Helen Siegl (1924-2009) was an Austrian-born Printmaker. She spent most of her life in the U.S., but her aesthetic creed was forged by her experiences in her home city of Vienna during the traumatic years of Nazi Annexation, World War II, and the post-war Soviet occupation. Many European artists of her generation came through this fiery furnace embittered and alienated by the death, destruction, and degradation they had witnessed. A devout Roman Catholic, Siegl was able to transcend the horrors of the past in works of art, informed by faith and compassion, celebrating the mysteries of belief, the joys of community, and the wonders of God's creation.
This beautiful hand-pulled print is archivally framed (13.25x15.25") and will make a great addition to any art collection!