Wanda Gag “Snow Drifts” Lithograph 1934

Wanda Gag (American, 1893-1946). Lithograph on paper titled “Snow Drifts,” depicting a winter landscape, 1934. Pencil signed dated along the lower right; titled along the lower center. From an edition of 50. While studying at The Minneapolis School of Art, she became acquainted with artists like Harry Gottlieb, Adolf Dehn, and book collector and publisher Herschel V. Jones. She is most well known for her 1928 book “Millions of Cats,” written and illustrated by Gag. Sight; height: 10 1/4 in x width: 7 3/4 in. Matted; height: 20 in x width: 16 in.