Made in Woodstock: Printmaking from 1903 to 1945
Woodstock, New York, one of the most well-known art colonies in the United States, became a center for American printmaking in the first half of the twentieth century. The exhibition uncovered the richness and diversity of original prints made in Woodstock and its environs. The accompanying illustrated publication written by Patricia Phagan features a preface, acknowledgments, introduction, and sections devoted to printmaking at Byrdcliffe, Zulma Steele and her later prints, Hervey White and printmaking on the Maverick, Bolton Brown and the conservative print tradition in Woodstock, Konrad Cramer and modern printmakers in the area, Peggy Bacon in Woodstock and the Hue and Cry, the Woodstock Almanac, Grant Arnold and printing at the Woodstock Artists Association, prints for the federal government, and color lithography and stencil prints in Woodstock. The catalogue concludes with notes and a checklist.
64 pages with 66 color and black and white illustrations
Exhibition: July 5–September 15, 2002
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