Allan D’Arcangelo, detail from Sky Bars (pr033) (1979).

The Prints of Allan D’Arcangelo

Marcus Rees Roberts, detail from The Dour Life I (1980).

The Early Prints of Marcus Rees Roberts

Wenceslaus Hollar after Hubert le Sueur, detail from Equestrian Statue of Charles I (ca. 1636–1644).

The Equestrian Portrait Prints of Wenceslaus Hollar

  • The Third Way: An Interview with Michael Miller

    Michael Miller. Photo: Kathleen King.

    Michael Miller. Photo: Kathleen King.

    The politically inflected prints of the late Michael Miller (1938-2014) defy easy classification. In two and three dimensions, they combine lament, diatribe and accusation, all enveloped in humor. Similar to the prints of his 19th-century predecessor Jean-Jacques Grandville, Miller created hybrid human-animal characters to critique white-collar types …Read more

  • Blank Stones and Full Slates

    One of two gallery exhibitions devoted to this Glasgow-based artist in New York this winter, “Lucy Skaer: Random House” at Peter Freeman Inc. constituted a representative, if discordant, selection of her work in various media since 2013. …Read more

  • Life and Death

    Matthew Day Jackson, LIFE, June 5th 1944 (2014).

    Matthew Day Jackson, LIFE, June 5th 1944 (2014).

    A one-time printmaking major, Matthew Day Jackson has often embedded printmaking in his multivalent art practice, which includes activities from drag racing to sculpture and collage. Found or self-generated printed material has been a frequent starting point for his two-dimensional work …Read more

  • Social Urgency in the Bronx

    “In Print / Imprint” was modestly billed as a group exhibition showcasing works by some 30 artists belonging to the Bronx Museum of the Arts print collection. As soon as one entered the small gallery where the show was hung, however …Read more