From Lace to Chains. The Making of a Print

By Alison Stewart
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How have printed works of art changed over time? Do printmakers today work with the same materials and techniques that printmakers used centuries ago? And does printmaking involve the same motivations, concerns, or methods of distribution today as it did in the past? These were questions asked by University of Nebraska–Lincoln students in a history of prints class in the School of Art, Art History & Design taught by Hixson-Lied Professor of Art History Alison Stewart during fall semester 2018. For this curatorial project, students selected one set of old master prints (by Wenceslas Hollar) and one modern print (Rozeal's "El Oso Me Preguntó") from Sheldon’s collection, each created with different techniques and for different purposes but with a shared focus on fashion trends of the day. Student curators were Nadria Beale, Ashley Owens, Stella Bernadt, K C Peters, Mariah Livingston, Natalie Platel, Megan Loughran, Ali Syafie, Hannah Maakestad, and Emma Vinchur.

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Language

English

Contributors

Alison Stewart (By (author))

ISBN

9781609621483

Publisher

N/A

Published

Apr 25, 2019

Copyright

SCL

Product ID

4505831735396

Book Specifications

Pages

24

Binding

Saddle Stitch

Interior

Ink Color Premium

Dimensions

US Letter (8.5" x 11" / 216 x 279 mm)

Weight

0.1764 lbs