New Mexico Art Tells its History

Lincoln - Mayhew

Lincoln, 1980
David Kim Mayhew (American, born 1948)
color woodblock print, 10 1/4 x 11 1/2 in. (26 x 29.2 cm)
Gift of David Kim Mayhew, 1981

David Kim Mayhew moved to New Mexico in the mid-1970’s, arriving on a bicycle from Washington D. C. Before settling in Albuquerque, he lived in Cuba and Clayton, where he had lived as a child. After fifteen years as a professional printmaker, an illness caused Mayhew to switch his media to pastel and watercolor drawings.


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