Christina Weyl is an independent scholar and curator based in New York. Her book about women printmakers who were members of Atelier 17, the avant-garde printmaking workshop located in New York City between 1940 and 1955, is forthcoming from Yale University Press in 2019.
Last fall, I began teaching a course at the Cooper Union on 20th-century American printmaking. When, about a month into the semester, I lectured on American Regionalist artists of the 1930s and ’40s, the students’ reactions were subdued Read More
Read MoreWe are very pleased that the dialogue initiated in Peter Parshall’s Inaugural Lecture for the Association of Print Scholars, “Why Study Prints Now?,” continues in this issue of Art in Print
“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