Grant Arnold and the Golden Era of Woodstock Lithography, 1930-1940 Catalog
The Grant Arnold and the Golden Era of Lithography in Woodstock exhibition is a detailed historical perspective of printmaking in the Woodstock Art Colony in the early to mid-20th century. Curator, Bruce Weber acquaints us with the artists who helped make Woodstock a center for American printmaking, not only introducing us to lithographer Grant Arnold, but also to other printmaking artists of that era, including Bolton Brown, Arnold Blanch, and Yasuo Kuniyoshi. He thoughtfully describes the lithographic printing process through the relationships Arnold had with fellow artists, his family, and his beloved Woodstock.
This 72 page beautifully designed exhibition catalog was designed by Susanna Ronner Graphic Design.
Curated by art historian Bruce Weber.
Images/prints from the collection of the Tyler Art Gallery and State University of New Yokr at Oswego.
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