Lot 3476
Nancy Nemec (American, 1923-2003), This Little Pig Stayed Home
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Engraving in colors on paper, signed and numbered 40/350 to lower edge, matted and framed behind glass.

Frame 25 1/2 x 19 1/2 in.

The Estate of the late Frank Daniels, Jr. and his wife Julia Jones Daniels, Raleigh, North Carolina. A portion of the sale proceeds will be donated to the North Carolina Museum of History Foundation

Born in 1923 in North Carolina, Nancy Nemec is well-known for printmaking and as an arts educator. Her works have been exhibited and collected internationally, and she is the recipient of various awards, including Medals of Honor from Audubon Artists, the National Association of Women Artists at the National Academy of Design Galleries, several at Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts Exhibitions, Jubilee Print Prize at Newport, and numerous others. She had over sixty one-person shows from coast to coast, and is represented in private and public collections such as the Library of Congress, New York Public Library, Philadelphia Free Library, New Britain Museum of American Art, Springfield Museum of Fine Art, Norfolk Museum, and Georgia Museum of Art.

She is mentioned in Who's Who of American Women, 1961; Contemporary Graphic Artists, Who's Who in American Art, 1973-2000; Who's Who in the East 1990, and others.

She was an active member of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, and the New Hampshire Art Association. She taught fine arts at Westchester Art Workshop (White Plains, New York), the Hudson River Museum, and at the Manhattanville College. The League of New Hampshire Craftsmen honored her work and her contributions to teaching in an exhibit, "The Mentor Collection," in 2000.

Good estate condition, not examined out of the frame; some staining to backing.

*Buyers take note, pick up will be required and is only available offsite in Raleigh, North Carolina on April 1, April 3, April 4, and April 7 between 10am-3pm ET. See terms for more details.