Anne Laddon“Kodachrome*”Lithograph from Silk Screen / 1979Alexandria, VA 1979
Kodachrome is a lithograph framed on a “museum mount” panel under heat sealed plastic covering. Limited edition silk screens were first completed in the 1970’s, prior to this 1979 lithograph “after” the silk screens.
Approx 22”W x 30”H x ¾”D
Image is in near- mint condition; colors are bright and clear. There is a small tear in the protective plastic film, approx. 1.5”, with scuffs to the plastic as shown in photos. Framing construction is firm and solid, in a contrasting forest green. The picture hanger is tight and secure.
One owner; purchased in 1979 in Alexandria, framed in 1980 in Michigan.
A highly regarded impressionist painter, this probably remains Laddon’s most famous image. Kodachrome is also one of the better known images of the late Pop Art movement. An edition of 130 silk screens were completed prior to our 1979 litho, and our print is from the desirable first edition of lithographs after the series of original silk screens. This image has been alternately denoted as “Snap Shot.”