The John Is Not Really Dull Print was created by the WPA Federal Art Project in 1937 to promote eye examinations for children who may be having difficulty learning. Showing a woman holding a note and a child reading a book, the image was sponsored by the Town of Hempstead and features a diminishing font that recalls the all-to-familiar eye charts.
Unframed. All prints are made with the finest quality digital giclée printing using up to 12 color archival inks. No optical brighteners are used, which will extend the life of your print.