"Church Picnic Detail" by Faith Ringgold, Unsigned Offset Lithograph. She is especially well known for her painted story quilts, which blur the lines between high art and craft by combining painting, quilted fabric, and story telling. FAITH RINGGOLD (1930 - ) Sign in to view your bids, favorites & more! Additional details: Description: Paper size is 30 x 24 inches, with an image size of 24.25 x 23 inches. Image is not affected. In fact, she had little encouragement from her school teachers. Tar Beach II, 1990 | Faith Ringgold (American, born 1930) 750 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle Made in the USA 22" x 11" Ages 13+ Created exclusively for the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, this 750 piece jigsaw puzzle is beautiful, challenging and fun! Stay in the loop with free email updates on your favorite artists. Her work began questioning perceptions of African American identity and gender inequality more than 50 years ago. Tar Beach #2 2/7, 1990. She re-married (Burdette Ringgold) who was very encouraging regarding her art. This screenprint is based on one of Ringgold's story quilts from the series Coming to Jones Road, which narrates the journey of runaway slaves migrating North. In 1980, Ringgold collaborated with her mother to make her first quilt, Echoes of Harlem. $6,000 - $7,500. Maya's Quilt of Life is a quintessential story quilt by Faith Ringgold - an excellent example of her unique art form, the artist's ingenious incorporation of painting, narrative texts and quilt-making, and a beautiful, moving portrait of Dr. Angelou. This serigraph is signed, titled, dated and numbered out of 50 by the artist. She was the youngest daughter of Andrew and Willi Posey Jones, and they lived on West 140th Street. In the 1970s, she shifted in subject and medium choices. In Tar Beach, the George Washington Bridge serves as the background for her celebrated famous children's story of Cassie Louise Lightfoot. and is not framed. They float elevated above the iconic bridge with the facades of brownstones of the city of San Francisco. 1575x737 mm; 62x29 inches. Description: Many of these 1980s works were included in her 1990-93 traveling retropsective, On Artprice.com's Standardized Marketplace, you can buy or sell artworks by Faith RINGGOLD. Her subject matter became contemporary black culture in America and the common person. Faith Ringgold, A 25 Year Survey. With an emphasis on clear, direct storytelling, Faith Ringgold's art explores issues of feminism and race in American history. FAITH RINGGOLD (1934 - ) Bessie Blues. I just want to re-tell the story." Signed, dated "August, 1986" and inscribed "New York City" in acrylic, lower right recto. Signed, titled, dated 7/28/04 and numbered 41/100 in pencil, lower margin. Lot 113: RINGGOLD, Faith. Faith Ringgold In the 1960s, her work was politically charged. Lot 160: FAITH RINGGOLD (1930 - ) Groovin High. This serigraph is signed, titled, dated and Numbered out of 50 by the artist. She is especially well known for her painted story quilts, which blur the lines between high art and craft by combining painting, quilted fabric, and story telling. Estimate: Ringgold paints a confident and beautiful young woman walking down a wooded path lined with blossoming spring flowers. Paper size is 33 x 33 inches, with an image size of 29.5 x 29.5 inches. Description: In 1961, she traveled to Europe for a summer with her daughters and her mother. Titled in pencil, lower middle. Her inventiveness and narrative force have mirrored the aesthetic beauty of her creations. Faith was an excellent student and was also a very talented artist, albeit that was never explored formally. FAITH RINGGOLD (1934 - ) Mama Can Sing: You Put the Devil in Me. Condition Report: The Serigraph is from an edition size of 50 and is not framed. She re-married (Burdette Ringgold) who was very encouraging regarding her art. $2,625 - $3,775. Estimate: 1740x1734 mm; 68 1/2x68 1/4 inches. All items are offered for sale subject to Swann Galleries' standard terms and conditions of sale, which are published in our catalogues. Signed, dated, titled and numbered 125/425 in pencil, lower margin. $4,500 - $6,000. Lot 97: FAITH RINGGOLD - Color silkscreen, Lot 100: Faith Ringgold, United States of Attica, Lot 101: 2002 Ringgold Freedom of Speech Poster. This extraordinary, early tanka is the first of the artist's celebrated fabric paintings to come to auction. The first in this series, Part I, is her most famous story quilt, Tar Beach, in the collection of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Additional details: Silkscreen by Faith Ringgold. Image is not affected. Afterword by Dr. C.T. Light scuffing around the image, more visible on the right side of the print. Over 50 years Ms Ringgold has created an oeuvre that is most well known for especially for their painted story quilts. The condition was rated A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling. Faith Ringgold, The Sunflower's Quilting Bee, signed, Condition Report: Ringgold, a New York native, has much of her work on display in NYC art museums. Description: Estimate: Printer's blind stamp, lower left. Size: 31" x 45", 79 x 114 cm. Color screenprint, 2004. She had hoped to attend the High School of Music and Art in NYC, but she was never told about the process for applying. Letter From Birmingham City Jail. View Faith Ringgold biographical information, artworks upcoming at auction, and sale prices from our price archives. Provenance: Bob Brand and Liz Werthan, Philadelphia. Faith Ringgold (American, b. In 1961, she traveled to Europe for a summer with her daughters and her mother. One short and stable tear to lower right edge. United States of Attica Estimate: Artist, activist and author, Faith RINGGOLD (90 years) is a both pioneer and an emblematic figure. Her mother was the well known fashion designer, Willi Posey. Additional details: Condition Report: A very good impression. Also inscribed "Top Lovers II" in ink, upper right, and "Bottom Lovers II" ink, lower right verso. Subscribe to access price results for 150,000 different artists! Vivid color and full margins. Narrated in the voice of the woman, it divulges the untold family secret that keeps her up at night while her husband, a war veteran, tosses and turns in bed. 2014. $100,000 - $150,000. She began making masks and dolls. The work is sewn to the backing board. Lot 36: Faith Ringgold - Coming to Jones Road Under a Blood Red Sky #5 - 2004 - SIGNED, Lot 44: Signed 2004 Ringgold Coming to Jones Road Under a Blood Red Sky #5 Serigraph, Lot 48: Faith Ringgold - Tar Beach #2 - 2003 - SIGNED, Lot 48: Faith Ringgold, b.