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Chicago native Aaron Bohrod attended the Art Institute of Chicago for several years before moving to New York to study at the Art Students League. One of his teachers at the league was John Sloan, whose gritty realism had a lifelong influence on his…

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Albert Newsam, one of the leading artists working for Peter Duval’s lithography company, specialized in rendering portraits on stone. Here he reproduces a painting by John Francis of Joseph Ritner, the eighth Governor of Pennsylvania who in 1938…

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Like many of the people in his hometown of Paisley, Scotland, Alexander Wilson found employment, while still a young teenager, in the area’s burgeoning weaving industry. An interest in poetry, though—he was inspired by the writings of Robert…

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Alice Trumball Mason began her artistic training in a somewhat traditional manner, studying from 1924 to 1928 at the National Academy of Design in New York with American realist Charles Webster Hawthorne. A year later, however, her interests took a…

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André Racz was born in Cluj, Romania. He studied art at the University of Bucharest before coming to the United States in 1938, initially as a member of the Romanian avant-garde to work on the Romanian Pavilion at the New York World’s Fair. He…

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After earning a B. F. A. from the University of Illinois, Andrew Rush elected to pursue his master’s degree at the University of Iowa, where he served as a graduate teaching assistant with the legendary printmaker Mauricio Lasansky. He received his…

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A graduate of the University of Oregon, Anna Rose Kelly today lives and works in Portland. Although versed in a variety of mediums, she remains partial to printmaking and, as can be discerned from this statement, is particularly drawn to…

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A graduate of the University of Oregon, Anna Rose Kelly today lives and works in Portland. Although versed in a variety of mediums, she remains partial to printmaking and, as can be discerned from this statement, is particularly drawn to…

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Since the early years of the sixteenth century, reproductive printmaking has played an important role in disseminating images to a wider audience. Perhaps no artist benefitted more from this practice than Nicolas Poussin, who executed few public…

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Although he studied architecture as an undergraduate, first at the University of Michigan and then in New York at Columbia University, Armin Landeck also developed a curiosity for prints. By the time he graduated from Columbia in 1927, he was pulling…
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