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- Published: Switzerland
- Published date: 1970
- Technique: Lithograph / Original colour., Lithograph in colors
- Type: artwork
- Issue date: 1970
- Category: contemporary art
- Size: 47 x 66 cm (18.5 x 26 inches).
- Stock number: 36295
- Condition: in excellent condition.
Original Lithograph. Signed in pencil and numbered 42 / 75 copies. Published in the portfolio "Kunst für Forschung", in Bern 1970. Samuel Lewis Francis (June 25, 1923 – November 4, 1994) was an American painter and printmaker. Sam Francis was born in San Mateo, California, the son of Katherine Lewis Francis and Samuel Augustus Francis Sr. The death of his mother in 1935, who had encouraged his interest in music affected him deeply, but he later developed a strong bond with his stepmother, Virginia Peterson Francis. He attended San Mateo High School in the early 1940s. Francis served in the United States Air Force during World War II. In 1944, while in the Air Corps he was diagnosed with Spinal Tuberculosis. He was in the hospital for several years, and it was while there, after being visited by artist David Park in 1945, that he began to paint. Once out of the hospital he returned to Berkeley, this time to study art. He received both his BA degree (1949) and MA degree (1950) in Art from the University of California, Berkeley, where he studied botany, medicine, and psychology. (Wikipedia)