Printmaking Winter 2022

relief, silkscreen, monoprint

This horizontal print is taken up almost entirely by a profile view of a standing horse with a rider. Another figure stands behind the horse along the right edge of the image. The figures are black and beige. There are abstracted forms and lines in black and beige along the top edge and left side of the image. The background is brown.  
Pablo Picasso
Picador
linoleum cut on paper
19 1/4 in x 20 3/4 in (48.89 cm x 52.71 cm);6 1/2 in x 8 7/8 in (16.51 cm x 22.54 cm);19 1/4 in x 20 3/4 in (48.89 cm x 52.71 cm)
Gift of Ruth W. and Clarence J. Boldt, Jr.
;Vase with red and green glazes.
Fay Chong
The Mansion
linoleum cut on paper
9 ⅛ in x 12 ⅛ in (23.18 cm x 30.8 cm)
Allocated by the U.S. Government Commissioned through the New Deal art projects
A woman sits on the edge of a bed in which a figure lays. A child stands next to the woman. A chair with a bag on it sits in the right bottom corner.
Käthe Kollwitz
Visit to the Hospital
woodcut on Japan paper
10 ⅞ in x 14 ⅛ in (27.62 cm x 35.88 cm);12 3/10 in x 16 ¼ in (31.27 cm x 41.28 cm);18 ⅛ in x 22 ⅛ in (46.04 cm x 56.2 cm)
Museum Purchase
This print shows a close-up of the eyes of a human face with a bird perched on its head, both of which seem to be encased in a large, furry coat, hat, or tree.
Leonard Baskin
Merlin
woodcut on Japan paper
33 11/16 in x 22 9/16 in (85.5 cm x 57.3 cm)
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Stone
Chuck Close
Alex Katz
woodcut on paper
28 x 23 5/16 in. (71.1 x 59.1 cm)
Museum Purchase
Joan Snyder
Art and the Nature of Grief
monoprint on paper
38 7/8 x 25 13/16 in. (98.7 x 65.5 cm);41 5/16 x 28 5/16 in. (104.78 x 71.76 cm)
Museum purchase made possible by the Jean Paul Slusser Memorial Fund
This print is made of colorful forms and words in bright letters and bold fonts, arranged on a white background. Block letters display words in a mixed-up format, some upside down, some on their sides. On left side there is a section with smaller writing in yellowish ink on grey.<br /><br />
Text:<br />
To the Lovings, new hope i love you much (most beautiful darling) more than anyone on earth and i like you better than everything in the sky--sunlight and singing welcome your coming although winter may be everywhere with such a silence and such a darkness no one can quite begin to guess (except my life) the true time of the year-- and if what calls itself a world should have the luck to hear singing (or glimpse such sunlight as will leap higher than high through gayer than gayest someone's heart at your each nearness) everyone certainly would (my most beautiful darling) believe in nothing but love. cummings
Corita
New Hope
screenprint on paper
29 3/4 in x 36 1/2 in (75.57 cm x 92.71 cm)
Gift of Robert Cugno and Robert Logan
The color screenprint depicts four dark skinned figures walking past a construction site—likely a family. The man is dressed in a black suit, black shoes, yellow tie, and tan hat. The woman wears a red and white dress, yellow jacket, and red cap. The little girl stands to the left of mother, holding her hand. She wears a yellow dress, white tights, brown shoes, and a red cap. A small boy wears brown pants, tan shoes, a yellow shirt, and blue jacket. He stands to the right of the father and holds his hand.  <br /><br />
In the background, there are three men working at the construction site. There are two men in blue jumpsuits, one has dark skin and the other white. A third dark skinned man wears a gray jumpsuit and holds a saw. The print is signed and dated (l.r.) "Jacob Lawrence 1974" in pencil.
Jacob Lawrence
Builders (The Family)
screenprint on paper
34 in x 25 3/4 in (86.36 cm x 65.41 cm);29 15/16 in x 22 1/8 in (76.04 cm x 56.2 cm);38 3/4 in x 28 in (98.43 cm x 71.12 cm)
Gift of Dr. James and Vivian Curtis
Albrecht Dürer
The Annunciation, from the Life of the Virgin
woodcut on laid paper
11 5/8 x 8 3/8 in. (29.53 x 21.27 cm);22 1/8 x 18 1/8 in. (56.2 x 46.04 cm)
Gift of the Friends of the Museum of Art in memory of Helen B. Hall, Curator Emeritus
​Print showing the front and back of a made-up 108 dollar bill.  The artist has replaced normal imagery and phrases of U.S. currency with cartoons and captions created by the him.
Ôyvind Fahlström
$108 Bill
silkscreen on paper
12 in x 9 1/16 in (30.48 cm x 23.02 cm);7 in x 6 15/16 in (17.78 cm x 17.62 cm);12 in x 9 1/16 in (30.48 cm x 23.02 cm);22 in x 18 1/16 in (55.88 cm x 45.88 cm)
Gift of Mr. Robert Rauschenberg
A large figure in orange with yellow polka dots crouches over five small pink figures who are holding the orange figure up. The symbol for women is drawn in green inside the large orange figure. The background is a flourscent green and the ground is yellow.<br />
<br />
EC 2017
Keith Haring
Untitled
print on paper
42 in. x 4 ft. 2 1/4 in. (106.68 x 127.64 cm);44 in. x 4 ft. 3 in. x 1 in. (111.76 x 129.54 x 2.54 cm)
Gift of Dr. Richard Goldberg
Kenojuak Ashevak; Inuit; Kinngait
Birds I Imagine
silkscreen on paper
18 x 25 1/4 in. (45.72 x 64.14 cm)
Promised gift of Philip and Kathy Power

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19 Collection Object Sources

Picador (2008/2.391)
The Mansion (1943.16)
Merlin (1971/2.115)
Alex Katz (1992/1.119)
New Hope (2010/1.205)
$108 Bill (1976/2.111)
Untitled (1993/2.63)
Birds I Imagine (PG2018.1.215)
The Storyteller (1951/2.23)
Factories (2015/2.12)
Sun Owl (1964/2.103)
Imaginary Owl (2020/1.213)

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