This poster depicts the Foucault Pendulum, a popular attraction at the National Museum of American History. It was the first work of art commissioned by the Smithsonian's Resident Associate Program. The Foucault Pendulum was also included in a Smithsonian program honoring the artist called, “Vera: The Renaissance Woman.”

Vera Neumann (Stamford, Connecticut, 1910-1993) was a print designer who began her unique career designing place mats. Eventually she expanded into other home furnishings and fashions to create a major design company. Known worldwide simply as Vera, she is acclaimed for her use of brilliant colors, floral patterns and ladybug trademark.

Special Information: Lithograph, unsigned edition of 500. Sold unframed.

Paper Dimensions: 33 ¼ x 23 inches