Artist and Printer: Six American Print StudiosArt, Printmaking
By Graham W.J. Beal. Walker Art Center, 1980. First Edition, First Printing. Black & white illustrations.
“In this exhibition we present a distinguished array of prints by a number of artists. These have been selected from six American studios, each of which has achieved recognition for its artistic and technical excellence. The men and women who have pioneered the establishment of Ameican printmaking ateliers have successfully pursued their laudable objectives in the precarious world of fine art print publications, yet managed to retain their initial resolve to produce works of the highest quality. The results are representative of the best in American printmaking today.
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