A mid-century modernist signed color lithograph by California artist, Doris Chatham. Chatham (b. 1923), a printmaker and painter, studied printmaking in Paris at the legendary Atelier 17 in the 1950s with Stanley William Hayter. Early in her life Chatham worked and studied in the Pacific Northwest, including Seattle and Everett, Washington. Chatham moved to Marin County and taught printmaking at the College of Marin. In the late 1950s she married painter Russell Chatham. She continued to live and travel between both the Northwest and the SF Bay Area, where she now resides. She produced paintings and print editions in limited numbers.
Signed in pencil in the lower right corner "Doris Clark Meyer '55" (her first married name). The title is written in pencil in bottom left "Abstract Composition #1" and the the print edition number "6/23" in pencil in bottom center. Item #1376.
Condition: Good, toning to paper; foxing around border which can largely be matted and framed out; four perpendicular cuts on each side coming in from the edges which may be a previous framing or center marking device.