Marion Sheehan is known for realistic botanical representations with a focus on orchids. While garage saleing I found a copyrighted lithograph that she did in 1972 that was more artistic than her usual botanical representations. It had a parrot in a tree with 5 different orchids growing on it and was signed. It indicated 358/1000 so it was from a 1000 print edition.
It was already framed and the size visible through the mat is about 14 X 20 inches.
I have made a hobby of looking for art sold for nearly nothing that I suspect is actually worth something for my walls and then investigate on the web to see what the value might actually be.
This is a beautiful ( in my opinion) print and should be worth more than her botanical prints sold on ebay for $300.
Any ideas of what this print might be worth?
She was a teacher of mine back in the day (biological illustration class at UF) She sold her prints at a discount to her students and I purchased 2 of them. I think they were $100 or $50 at that time in 1980. With inflation they should be worth about what you said, depending on the condition. Luckily I had mine museum mounted so they still look great.
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