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Hiroshige kept a picture diary of his journey between the cities of Tokyo and Kyoto, which was 292 miles in length and took about 12 days to walk. This print represents one of the places he stopped...
Activity: <em>Branch Road, Main Street, Totsuka</em>
Elizabeth Olds' commitment to art and to art as a vehicle for social change was apparent at an early age. As a member of the WPA/FAP's graphic division she spent years exploring miners and steel...
Artwork and Artist Information: <em>Miner Joe</em> by Elizabeth Olds
Erin Hogan, director of public affairs, and Jill Bugajski, research associate, walk through and discuss the origins and themes of Windows on the War, an exhibition of Soviet TASS posters from World...
Video: Overview of Windows on the War—Soviet TASS Posters at Home and Abroad, 1941-1945
The Windows on the War exhibition team contracted artist Alexis Petroff to re-create a stenciled and painted TASS poster in order to reveal the amazing amount of handwork required in the...
Video: Recreation of a TASS Print with Alexis Petroff
Since in the mid-1960s Sturtevant has meticulously re-created works by other artists—including Marcel Duchamp, Jasper Johns, Frank Stella, Roy Lichtenstein, George Segal, Claes Oldenburg, Robert...
Video: Lecture with Elaine Sturtevant
The Terra Foundation for American Art presents Amy Galpin, San Diego Museum of Art, as she explores the work of Morris Topchevsky, Edward Millman, Florence Arquin, Charles White, and others who were...
Audio Lecture: Second Cities—20th-Century American Artists in Chicago and Mexico City
Melanie Herzog, Edgewood College, revisits Elizabeth Catlett’s place in a lively community of socially conscious Chicago artists in the 1940s. Presented with the Terra Foundation for American Art.
Audio Lecture: Elizabeth Catlett—Affiliations in Chicago
Exhibition curator Jill Bugajski examines “multiplied original” stencils employed by the Soviet TASS poster artists to duplicate original designs.
Audio Lecture: Poster Technologies: Stencil and the “Multiplied Original” in the TASS Series
Un'ichi Hiratsuka (1895-1997)
Envelopes, 1947.
Hiratsuka was a pioneer in the creative print movement, advocating a revival of traditional Japanese printmaking with an emphasis...
04. <em>Envelopes</em>, Un'ichi Hiratsuka.
Christina D. Michelon, Master’s candidate in Art History at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, presents her paper, “Fans of A Harlot’s Progress and the Commodification of Hogarthian...
Audio Lecture: Fans of <em>A Harlot’s Progress</em> and the Commodification of Hogarthian Motifs
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