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Thirty-five years at Crown Point Press making prints, doing art by Karin Breuer

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Published by Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, University of California Press in [San Francisco], Berkeley .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • California,
  • Oakland,
  • San Francisco

Subjects:

  • Crown Point Press (Oakland, Calif.) -- Exhibitions,
  • Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco -- Exhibitions,
  • Prints, American -- California -- Oakland -- 20th century -- Exhibitions,
  • Prints -- California -- San Francisco -- Exhibitions

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementKarin Breuer, Ruth E. Fine, Steven A. Nash.
GenreExhibitions.
ContributionsFine, Ruth, 1941-, Nash, Steven A., 1944-, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco., National Gallery of Art (U.S.)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNE539.C76 A4 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 203 p. :
Number of Pages203
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL704160M
ISBN 100520210611
LC Control Number97060370
OCLC/WorldCa37292415

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  Buy a cheap copy of Thirty-five Years at Crown Point Press: book by Steven A. Nash. Over the course of the past 35 years, California-based fine art publisher Crown Point Press has established one of the finest reputations in the printmaking and Free shipping over $/5(2). If you are familiar with Crown Point Press, this book offers some of the printmaking highlights over the past 35 years. My favorite section is on the 's where CPP used skilled japanese printmakers to create some of the most challenging woodblock prints I have ever seen/5. Thirty-five years at Crown Point Press by Karin Breuer, , Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, University of California Press edition, in EnglishPages: I. Crown Point Press: Highlights from Thirty-Five Years. II. The Press in the s. III. Conceptual Art and Its Affinities. IV. Figuration and Its Meaning. V. Crown Point Press in the s. VI. Tribute to Richard Diebenkorn and John Cage. Responsibility: Karin Breuer, Ruth E. Fine, Steven A. Nash. More information: Contributor biographical.

Know for figurative satirical paintings that exposed the ugly ironies of race in America from the s through the late s, Colescott's work was profoundly influential to the generations of artists that have followed him, such as Kara Walker, Kehinde Wiley, and Henry Taylor, among many others.   “All that light!” Brice Marden said, reminiscing about his first visit to Crown Point back in “I'd been in New York for years, and I didn't know if I'd be able to do anything in all that light. But even though you see hills in the distance, it is a city; you know you're in a city. Crown Point is incorporated. Construction begins on yet another Lake County Courthouse, the one that endures at Crown Point's most prominent landmark. S. Robinson dies in Jacksonville, Florida where he (due to health reasons) spent his final years. Electrical service is available for Crown Point. CROWN POINT — The Star Plaza Theatre has been closed for nearly half a year, but one of its former employees has purchased the long-vacant Crown Theater and hopes to fill the entertainment void.

Thirty-five years at Crown Point Press: making prints, doing art: Treasures of a lost art: Italian manuscript painting of the Middle Ages and Renaissance: Triptych (San Franc. Calif.) Truth & beauty: a pictorial. The Vatican collections: the papacy and art: Vincent van Gogh: paintings and drawings. Winslow Homer: paintings of the Civil War. Crown Point represents a lava flow which filled an ancient channel of the Columbia River million years ago to a total thickness of nearly feet.. Crown Point is an excellent exposure of thick (over feet) Priest Rapids intracanyon flow overlying a bedded Priest . Untitled (big circle), Color aquatint. Image size: 22¾ x 16¾"; paper size: 29¼ x 22¾". Edition Published by Crown Point Press and printed by Emily York. $6, Inquire Inquire Untitled (gap), Color aquatint with spit bite aquatint and hard ground etching. Image size: 22¼ x 16¾"; paper size: 29¼ x 22¾". Edition Published by Crown Point Press and printed by Emily York. An exhibition jointly sponsored by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and the National Gallery was held in , Crown Point’s 35th year. In , Crown Point Press celebrated its 50th anniversary, and Kathan Brown published her memoir, Know That You Are Lucky the same year.