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Give Us This Day

20th century
332 x 343 mm (13.1 x 13.5 in.)

John Stockton De Martelly (aka John Stockton Demartelly), American, (1903–1979)

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Lithograph on medium-weight ivory wove paper
Edition: Edition of 250; printed by George Miller (New York), published by Associated American Artists (New York)
Marks: Signed in pencil, lower right margin: “John S. de Martelly”; printed on original mat label from Associated American Artists (now in object file): biographical information about the artist
Bibliography: Vic Zink, John Stockton de Martelly, 1903–1979: An Informal Biography, Discussion of His Prints, and Listing of All Known Prints (Gaylord, MI: Mid-North Printing, 1990), p. 10 (discussion of this work) and p. 26 (illustration of this work); Thomas Craven, ed., A Treasury of American Prints: A Selection of One Hundred Etchings and Lithographs by the Foremost Living Artists (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1939), plate 73.
Credit Line: Friends of the Davison Art Center funds, 2010
Accession Number: 2010.12.1

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  • blessing - Consecrating or sanctifying by a holy rite; also, invoking God's favor upon a person. RHDEL2
  • Christianity
  • domestic genre
  • domestic life - From TGM:
  • domestic scenes
  • food - Use for any material that can be digested or absorbed by the body of a human or other animal and used as a source of energy or some essential nutrient, to build and replace tissue, or to relieve hunger. [April 1995 descriptor changed, was "foodstuff"; lead-in terms added.]
  • poverty
  • religion - Study of religious beliefs and traditions in human life and culture from the perspective of the humanistic disciplines. PG [November 1994 alternate term added. September 1994 related term deleted, was "". April 1993 related term added.]

  • image Dimensions: 332 x 343 mm (13.1 x 13.5 in.)

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