Print O'Neal City Lights (Prophet with No Tongue) 11 x 14
This print is constructed of cut paper inked with colors that evoke a city skyline. The deep blue is punctuated by bright pinks and yellows-evidence of bright lights in a bustling metropolis-and the irregular shape evokes a silhouetted cityscape. Mary Lovelace O’Neal worked primarily as a painter until 1984, when Robert Blackburn invited her to his printmaking studio. Captivated by the print medium, she created this work at the Brandywine Workshop in Philadelphia in 1988.

Approximate Measurements
Paper Size: 14.00" W x 11.00"H
Image Size: 11.72" W x 10.00" H

Mary Lovelace O'Neal, American, born 1942
City Lights (Prophet with No Tongue), 1988
Offset lithograph and screenprint
sheet (irregular): 28 1/8 × 32 1/8 in. (71.4 × 81.6 cm)
The Thelma and Bert Ollie Memorial Collection, Gift of Ronald and Monique Ollie

Item #051495