This signed limited edition silkscreen has been signed and numbered in pencil by Kurt Vonnegut.
A beautiful signed Vonnegut artwork of "Purple Heart" to display in your home or office.
Published by Kurt Vonnegut and Joe Petro III in 2004. From the "Free At Last" Freedom Portfolio by Kurt Vonnegut. This hand-made signed limited edition is number 11 of only 15 hand-pulled silkscreen prints by the author. A seven color silkscreen of "Purple Heart".
This portfolio edition of 15 numbered copies is hand-printed on heavy warm white Rising Stonehenge cotton deckled paper, and measures 5 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches.
KURT VONNEGUT (b. 1922). American novelist and graphic artist whose experience as an air force POW during the firebombing of Dresden, Germany, is recounted in his popular novel Slaughterhouse-Five (1969).
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About the Author
1922 - 2007. Kurt Vonnegut was one of the most influential writers of his generation. Known for his dark humor, pessimism and sharp edge, he was the author of 14 novels - notably Cat's Cradle, Slaughterhouse-Five and Breakfast of Champions - and other works of fiction and nonfiction.
His stories of human folly and cruelty have been assigned reading for at least two decades in college literature classes around the world! Most readers interested in the fantastic in literature are familiar with Kurt Vonnegut, particularly for his uses of science fiction. Many of his early short stories were wholly in the science fiction mode, and while its degree has varied, science fiction has never lost its place in his novels.