Color Woodcut, ca. 1950, ed. of 9 , 31-1/8 x 9-7/8, signed, dated, titled and numbered in pencil, on thin cream japan paper, the colors exceptionally bright and unfaded. The margins retain creases and glue stains where previously folded under and adhered to mount, and there are a few breaks and minor edge losses, mostly to the upper left corner. Despite these condition issues, the margins as visible when matted are mostly clean and fresh, and this large, rare and spectacular print by Moy is not commonly seen. Moy's striking abstract mid century color prints were recently the subject of a career retrospective at Syracuse University.
Color Woodcut, 1950, ed. small, 24 x 7-9/16, signed, titled, dated and inscribed "Artists Proof" in pencil, on thin cream wove japan paper with small 1/8-1/4 inch margins top and sides as is common, the color very bright and fresh. Moy's striking abstract mid century color prints were recently the subject of a career retrospective at Syracuse University.
Color Woodcut, 1954, ed. 26, , 23x 31, signed titled and no. in pencil, on thin cream wove japan, with small top and bottom margins as issued, toning to the right side of the sheet, traces of old hinges at top margin edge.This print commemorates the annual Little 500 Bicycle Race held in Indiana, and was commissioned from Seong Moy. It is one of his largest prints, and one of his best known. Moy's major achievments as printmaker and teaching mentor were the subject of a recent retrospective at Syracuse University.