Apple Sauce, Suitably Framed

Yesterday I posted (here) about the David Lance Goines woodcut prints we’re offering, all from “Thirty Recipes Suitable for Framing,” which Goines did with his friend Alice Waters around 1970—Goines & Waters, array of 22 prints from "Thirty Recipes Suitable for Framing"just as she was about to open her now world-renowned restaurant, Chez Panisse. I can show you how one of those, “Apple Sauce,” (right in the center of the array posted yesterday and shown at right) may be framed because a customer brought us another impression of it last year. For him, we matted the 9″ x 4″ print and set it in a flat 5/8″ walnut frame with carved and painted circles repeating the central motif of the print. A cheerful (hey, at least we got apple sauce in the bargain) yellow slip matches the tree of knowledge and Eve’s hair.

After yesterday’s post, we sold a few, but still have “Apple Sauce” and 17 (at this writing) other prints from “Thirty Recipes Suitable for Framing,” available for $90 each.

More posts on the late David Lance Goines can be found here, here, and here. We also have two beautifully framed Goines posters here.

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