POINT PINOS LIGHTHOUSE — Pacific Grove, California
For John Steinbeck this outpost at the western tip of the continent was a moody spot that epitomized loneliness.
“He put on his hat and walked out along the sea, clear out to the Lighthouse…. William thought dark and broody thoughts. No one loved him. No one cared about him….And then he thought how he had a right to live and be happy just like anyone else, by God he had.”
— John Steinbeck
Cannery Row, 1932
All prints are signed, numbered and shipped matted.
Also Available: Framing for Fine Art Prints ($125 per print)
The Literary America Collection of Fine Art Prints have been exhibited at the National Steinbeck Center in Salinas, CA (2010) and at the Faulkner Gallery in Santa Barbara, CA (2012).