2008 Resource Library articles and essays with the topic "Printmaking"


The Road Less Traveled: Thomas Nason's Rural New England (12/23/08)

Color Woodblock Prints (12/18/08)

American Printmakers and the Federal Art Project; essay by Mary Francey (10/18/08)

Robert Ecker: Mezzotints and Quirauk Mountain Paintings (8/28/08)

Clare Leighton's Art and Craft: Exploring Her Rich Legacy through the Pratt Collection; essay by Caroline Mesrobian Hickman (8/8/08)

Clare Leighton: Her Family Foundations; essay by David Leighton (8/8/08)

Cornell Collects: A Celebration of American Art from the Collections of Alumni and Friends, Part II: Prints; by Nancy E. Green (8/2/08)

Behind the Scenes: The Artists Who Worked for Currier & Ives (6/27/08)

Front Room: Jim Dine (6/23/08)

Stoned or Impregnated:  New York Lithography, ca. 1960 (6/14/08)

Quiet Spirit, Skillful Hand: The Graphic Work of Clare Leighton (5/30/08)

Limited Editions: 20th-Century Prints from the Ponderosa Collection, with text by Eileen Carr (3/3/08)


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