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A Decade of American Contemporary Prints: 1999-2009 provides an overview of a unique roaming survey exhibition of print projects published by The LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University over a 10-year period.R170.00 inc. VAT
A softcover catalogue for the exhibition of the artist’s work at Goodman Gallery Cape in April 2008, and Goodman Gallery Johannesburg in February 2009R250.00 inc. VAT Add to cartR375.00 inc. VAT
Etching today is regarded as the old man of printmaking, its roots lying with alchemists and armourers. It has slowly evolved over the centuries, taking and incorporating new developments such as photography in its stride.R600.00 inc. VAT
“Grand Scale” brings to light rare surviving examples of mural-size prints – a Renaissance art form nearly lost from historical record.R200.00 inc. VAT
Encompassing black-and-white linoleum cuts made at community art centres in the 1960s and 1970s, resistance posters and other political art of the 1980s, and the wide variety of subjects and techniques explored by artists in printshops over the last two decades, printmaking has been a driving force in contemporary South African artistic and political expression.R480.00 inc. VAT
Well-known as a sculptor, Kiki Smith has also worked extensively as a printmaker – in fact her printed works and other editioned art, including books and multiples, are arguably as important as her sculpture.R600.00 inc. VAT Add to cart
This fully updated edition includes expanded chapters on digital and mixed media processes, and a brand new ‘Print & Make’ chapter, which explores the opportunities for creative expression within the many processes available to print makers.R975.00 inc. VAT
The Printmaking Bible is the definitive volume on this art form, presenting the tips and tools needed to create great artwork at any level.
The Prints of Wilhelmina Barns-Graham – A Complete Catalogue is the first book to provide a full account of the printmaking career of British artist Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, with particular reference to the technical innovations she pioneered while working in association with master-printers.
Wilhelmina Barns-Graham experimented with a variety of printmaking techniques, finally discovering her ideal means of expressions in screenprinting. Through partnerships with innovative printmakers, the artist experimented with new techniques and materials that allowed her to create prints which, in their intensity of colour and precision of design, have the quality almost of paintings.
Based on new research, and drawing on information contained in her numerous diaries, The Prints of Wilhelmina Barns-Graham incorporates a complete illustrated catalogue of all her known work in etching, linocut, lithography, screenprinting and monotype, from 1946 to 2007. It considers her work in relation to that of other British artists, especially those connected with the St Ives school, and examines her prints in relation to her work in other media, in particular, her paintings. This book will prove an invaluable resource for museum curators, students of British art and twentieth-century abstraction, and all those seeking to learn more about this aspect of the career of one of Britain’s most important artists of the late twentieth-century.R2,500.00 inc. VAT
William Kentridge is well known for his films, drawings, and theatre productions, but he began his artistic career learning etching at the Johannesburg Art Foundation under Bill Ainslie. He spent two years teaching printmaking at the Foundation and his earliest exhibitions featured his monotypes and etchings such as the Domestic Scenes series.Have no product in the cart!