Original painting by well-known Pat Adams (American, born 1928) in excellent untouched original condition. This painting under glass is an acrylic, ink, and mica on paper. It measures 17 1/2" by 22 1/2" and is still in its original gallery frame (from Robert Kulicke, NY, the Kulicke red label is still attached). It was originally sold by the Zabriskie gallery, and retains the original gallery label which states the name of the artist, the medium, the title of the painting ("That which starts up") as well as the date of creation (1977). Various inscriptions on the verso indicate that this painting was sold at the show, and the name of the buyer. Another label from the Berkshire Museum indicates that it was exhibited in 1989 as part of a Pat Adams retrospective exhibition (the actual title of the exhibit was: "Pat Adams: Paintings 1968-1988"). This painting is in fact listed in the catalog of the exhibition (page 40) which will be shipped with the painting. Pat Adams is a well-known and well-listed American artist who has been showing her work regularly at the Zabriskie gallery since its inception (fifty years ago) and as recently as March 2005 had a retrospective exhibition in that venue.