P. Buckley Moss Retired Lithograph "In Dad's Arms". Limited Edition 611/1000, signed and numbered in pencil by the Artist. A great Fathers Day Gift. Professionally framed and matted. In Frame measures 13"x15.50"x.75". Weight 2 pds 5 oz. PROVENANCE: The Estate of a Charleston, South Carolina Art Dealer / Gallery Owner. Patricia Buckley Moss, also known as P. Buckley Moss (born May 20, 1933), is an American artist. Reared in Staten Island, New York, she is known for her portrayals of rural landscapes and life in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Referred to in 1988 as "The People's Artist," by journalist Charles Kuralt, Moss opened the P. Buckley Moss Museum in Waynesboro the following year. Since opening in 1989, the facility has grown to attract roughly 45,000 visitors annually. Kuralt's moniker is often used in the museum's marketing as in her artwork. Today, artwork that Moss signs as P. Buckley Moss is represented in more than 200 galleries worldwide and collected throughout Europe and Japan, as well as the United States.