Christina Weyl is an independent scholar based in New York. Her research focuses on 20th-century women printmakers, particularly those who worked at Atelier 17.

Ellen Lanyon: The Objects of Her Obsession

Ellen Lanyon, Curiosities, Toad (2014), screenprint, 47 x 46 cm. Edition of 30. Printed by Kip Gresham, The Print Studio, Cambridge, UK. Co-published by the artist and The Print Studio. ©Estate of Ellen Lanyon. Courtesy of Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago and New York.

“It all began with a small majolica humidor in the form of a toad in a red westcott [sic], smoking a pipe.” Thus Ellen Lanyon (1926–2013) opened her autobiography with a Victorian earthenware vessel that rested on the mantel of her childhood home in Englewood, IL Read More

José Pedro Croft

The Portuguese artist José Pedro Croft is known for large, geometric sculptures that incorporate sheets of glass and mirrors alongside found objects such as chairs, doors and industrial materials Read More