4 edition of Three decades of printmaking found in the catalog.
Three decades of printmaking
|Statement||introduction by Halima Taha ; [editor] Allan L. Edmunds ... [et al.].|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||239 p. :|
|Number of Pages||239|
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Three Decades of American Printmaking: The Brandywine Workshop Collection Cover Page. Edited by Allan L. Edmunds, American, born Published by Hudson Hills Press, New York and Manchester. Includes three offset lithographs by Sam Gilliam, American, born Offset lithographs printed by Brandywine Workshop, Philadelphia.
Label: Painter Sam Gilliam created this print for the deluxe edition of the book Three Decades of American Printmaking: The Brandywine Workshop Collection, which was published to commemorate the workshop’s thirtiethGilliam was the first visiting artist to make prints at Brandywine.
Visiting artist residencies (typically one or two weeks in length) became the core of the. The nonprofit organization recently celebrated its 45th anniversary and is devoted to promoting a legacy of culturally diverse American art, primarily in printmaking.
The current exhibition, titled Diversity Driven, offers a historic overview of the workshop’s visiting artist series and includes works by Sam Gilliam, Sonya Clark, and Murray. Ms. Castleman spent more than three decades at MoMA, joining its department of prints and illustrated books in as a cataloger and serving as its.
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Day for Night, State II (), aquatint, sugar lift, white ground, burnishing, and hand painting, by Barbara Takenaja. Courtesy of Wingate Studio When Peter Pettengill moved to the San Francisco Bay area after graduating from UMass in the late s, he planned to become a librarian.
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