1974 Making Charcoal at Jack Daniels, Original Woodcut by Dan Quest - image 1 of 4

Offering one of the earliest Jack Daniels souvenir prints produced by Quest for the Jack Daniels Distillery. Starting in 1971 people who toured the distillery received one of Quest’s prints as a memento. Quest created a variety of prints on behalf of the Distillery until about 1985. Today these original prints are sought by collectors of Whiskey / Jack Daniels memorabilia. This, I believe, is a more uncommon example depicting figures. Add this one to your collection today!

Dan Quest is a Fine Arts graduate of Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His woodcuts have been exhibited at the Carnegie Museum, where he has won recognition in shows of international scope. His prints are to be found in many private collections, as well as galleries in New York and Cincinnati. He has designed woodcuts for book jackets and album covers, and recently completed a commission for the Ladies Hermitage Association in Nashville, TN. He was winner of the 1975 Gallery Prints Ltd. Award in the South Central Art Exhibition.

** Note, I have included an image of the back of the print (third image) to show that it is indeed a woodcut.

Artist: Dan Quest
Medium: Original Woodcut Print, Editioned 1394/2000
Date: 1974
Size: plate 7 1/4 by 9 1/4, paper folder is 11 x 14
Condition: Very Good, contained in the original paper folder
Frame: Offered unframed as found


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