A limited edition portfolio by Les Krims. 23 sepia toned plates printed on glossy card stock measuring 5 x 5-3/8 inches. Housed in a photo illustrated box. 2479 on a separate sheet that also contains Sweetman's text. Very good in a good box."The Deerslayers, " supposed hunters to be conceptual artists making sculpture. Near the end of Vietnam war, radical leftist activists using nasty ad hominem attack, characterized any gun-toting hunter as a murderer; police, as some may remember, were called pigs. Tongue only slightly in cheek, I suggested that the deer trussed to cars, pick-ups, and campers-commonplace in upstate. During hunting season-were best understood as sculpture, and a "performance" Hermann Nitsche would enjoy. The title was suggested by James Fennimore Cooper's novel, The Deerslayer. Those pictures were meant to conjure a creative appraisal and positive spin for a utilitarian sport practiced by many people living outside the radical-intellectual epicenter of.
Most deer hunters ate what they shot. And it's my guess that many lefty intellectuals would have strapped-on a Glock and gone hunting, too, if lox ran wild in. The box has seen better days with some chipping and moderate wear. The photographs are clean, crisp and clean.The item "SIGNED Numbered Les Lesslie Krims The Deerslayers Limited ED Portfolio Box" is in sale since Friday, January 15, 2010. This item is in the category "Books\Antiquarian & Collectible".
The seller is "hmxa15a" and is located in Island Park, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.