American Lithographers 1900-1960: The Artists and Their Printers by Clinton Adams [SOLD]


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  • Subject: Western Artists
  • Item # C4316G
  • Date Published: Hardback, slipcover, 1983.
  • Size: 228 pages
  • SOLD

American Lithographers 1900-1960: The Artists and Their Printers

Clinton Adams

University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque

Hardback, slipcover, 1983.  228 pages

 

This book is a history not of American lithography but of the artists and their printers, their personal interrelationships, and their creative work in an obstinate but beautiful medium. Clinton Adams, director of Tamarind Institute, provides a warm and human history of the artists and printers who through good and lean times made use of this medium to create exceptional works of art.


CONTENTS

Preface

Introduction

The Early Years

The 1920s: New York and Woodstock

The 1920s: Europe and America

The 1930s: The Great Depression

The 1940s and 1950s

Toward the 1960s

Epilog

Technical Appendix

Bibliography

Index

 

  • Subject: Western Artists
  • Item # C4316G
  • Date Published: Hardback, slipcover, 1983.
  • Size: 228 pages
  • SOLD

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