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Re: [BKARTS] Help with History of American Printmakers



Check out what's @ http://www.crownpoint.com/html/home.html
& their publications + Kathan Brown's "Ink, Paper, Metal, Wood: Painters and
Sculptors at Crown Point Press" which I don't seem to see on crown-point's site.

-robin

on 1/12/05 7:15 PM, Natalie Reid at nataliereid_artist@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> Hello All,
> I am new to North America from warm Australia (less than 2 weeks) and I need
> some help with information about American printmakers - history and
> contemporary.  I actually have to give a seminar on it - but mostly I would
> like to know useful books, websites, thesis writings?  Key events,
> influences, artists, patterns...And please, more than info just on Ken Tyler
> and Frank Stella or Motherwell or Frankenthaler - the "Big Ones" dominate.
> Were they that key or is it the writing of art history?  How important was
> Tyler's print renaissance?  I am just finding generalisations and opinions
> from painters who printed- I'd like some deeper analysis...Any suggestions
> much appreciated.
> Thank you.
> Natalie Reid
>
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