Your signature is the thing that states “I made this print.
It is of the highest quality, and it deserved to be viewed as fine art.
Even if these things aren’t defined in a strict technical fashion, there are some traditional ways of doing things.
Tradition is fine and dandy, but there are also alternative methods to every aspect of signing prints.
Finally, we’re getting to the less discussed topic of producing fine art prints: signing.
I’ve had a few people ask the same questions about where to sign, how to sign, what to sign with, etc.
Due to a childhood accident, Trumbull lost use of one eye, which may have influenced his detailed painting style.
As a soldier in the American Revolutionary War, Trumbull rendered a particular service at Boston by sketching plans of the British works. He was appointed second personal aide to General George Washington, and in June 1776, deputy adjutant-general to General Horatio Gates.John Brewster Jr, “Woman in Gray Dress,” probably painted in New England, 1814, oil on canvas, 29 ½ by 24 5/8 inches (sight).Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York, promised gift of Jane Supino.John Trumbull (June 6, 1756 – November 10, 1843) was an American artist during the period of the American Revolutionary War and was notable for his historical paintings.He has been called "The Painter of the Revolution".—Gavin Ashworth photo Brewster adopted the approach of full- or life-size views of sitters in opulent or classical settings with rich colors and an exploration of detail in the facial features and clothing.