Lowell Nesbitt (1933 – 1993) was an American artist best known and most popular with audiences for his overblown images of flowers—some floral paintings reaching 20 – 30 feet in size. Though connected to Photorealism his graphic stylizations, depictions of popular imagery, and blurring of the lines between art and commerce connect him equally to Pop Art.
This series of floral silkscreens by Lowell Nesbitt are drawn from the South Dakota Art Museum’s Cockerline Collection of fine art prints from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. The prints were gifted to the museum by Neil C. Cockerline in memory of his mother, Florence L. Cockerline.
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