ISABEL BISHOP (1902—1988) ranks among the great figures in American art history. Her drawings, prints and paintings are critically acclaimed, and collected at the highest level.
Bishop’s late work (roughly 1960 onward), primarily addresses her fascination with pedestrian movement.
This impression is annotated “BAT” (bon a tirer, French for good to print.) This is the artist’s proof chosen as the standard to be followed in the numbered edition.