Second Sight: Printmaking in Chicago 1935-1995

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  • by Mary and Leigh Block Gallery Northwestern University
  • published in 1996
  • softcover

Discusses the originality of the print as an art form, and questions the seminal role of the print in order to understand the movements and discourse on the arts in the past decades.

In illuminating essays, three Chicago art scholars assess the open, cooperative style that makes Chicago printmaking unique, and consider the history of printmaking in Chicago. 

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