Philip B. Hicken  -Silk Screen Prints                                                                                          BACK

"Yachting Charles River, Boston"
"Yachting Charles River, Boston"

"Yachting Charles River, Boston", color silkscreen, 10 colors, edition of 34, 1947, 15” x 20” sheet, 10” x 15” image, signed. Hicken was an early pioneer of color silkscreen, and his earliest works, such as this one, are rare. (Ref: Dave and Reba Williams 'Early History of the Screenprint") $550

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"Blue Pitcher"
"Blue Pitcher"

"Blue Pitcher", color silkscreen, 1948, edition of 45, signed. Boston artist Philip Hicken was an early pioneer of color silkscreen. His earliest works, such as this one, are rare. (Ref: Dave and Reba Williams 'Early History of the Screenprint'). $900 (Framed $1,250)

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"The Lamp"
"The Lamp"

"The Lamp", color silkscreen, 13 colors, 1949, edition of 45, signed. Hicken was an early pioneer of color silkscreen, and his earliest works, such as this one, are rare. (Ref: Dave and Reba Williams 'Early History of the Screenprint". $900 (Framed $1,250)

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“Red Tug” or "Tugboats, Boston"
“Red Tug” or "Tugboats, Boston"

“Red Tug” or "Tugboats, Boston", color silkscreen, 14 colors, 1949, edition of 40, signed. Hicken was an early pioneer of color silkscreen. 17.5” x 23” sheet, 15” x 10.25” image. His earliest works, such as this one, are rare. (Ref: Dave and Reba Williams 'Early History of the Screenprint'). Framed $1,000, Unframed $850

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“Dunster House” (Harvard)
“Dunster House” (Harvard)

“Dunster House” (Harvard), color silkscreen, 11 colors, 1952, edition of 50, signed. Hicken taught fine art at the Harvard Graduate School of Design after World War II. 20” x 26” sheet, 15” x 10.50” image. His earliest works, such as this one, are rare. (Ref: Dave and Reba Williams 'Early History of the Screenprint'). $650

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“Fish Pier #2” (Boston)
“Fish Pier #2” (Boston)

“Fish Pier #2” (Boston) color silkscreen, 4 colors, 1954, edition of 42, 14” x 20.5” sheet, 16.25” x 12.25” image, signed. His earliest works, such as this one, are rare. (Ref: Dave and Reba Williams 'Early History of the Screenprint'). $600

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“Scotia Coast”
“Scotia Coast”

“Scotia Coast”, color silkscreen, 9 colors, 1954, edition of 34, 20” x 26” sheet, 23” x 15” image, unsigned. Hicken was close friends with Edward Landon, and moved towards a more abstract style after Worl War II. Rare, few impressions survive. $700

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“Arrangement #4”
“Arrangement #4”

“Arrangement #4”, color silkscreen, 13 colors, 1965, edition of 20, 26” x 21” sheet, 24” x 16” image, signed. Hicken’s unmitakable style and use of vibrant multiple colors is reflected in this work. $750

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“Boatyard” (Nantucket)
“Boatyard” (Nantucket)

“Boatyard” (Nantucket), color silkscreen, 8 colors, 1968, edition of 22, 26” x 20” sheet, 23” x 16” image, signed. Hicken’s unmitakable style and use of multiple colors is reflected in this work. $750

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