Artists and printmaking : the making of a print : lecture, by Edmund Brooke Alexander, 1984 February 29 /
Motherwell, Robert Burns
Fogg Art Museum
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1 sound cassette + 8 slides.
Note: This lecture is also recorded on 1 5" sound tape reel along with another lecture "The Dealer's Eye".
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A tape recording of a lecture and eight accompanying color slides delivered by Edmund Brooke Alexander at the Fogg Art Museum. Alexander speaks of prints he has published and distributed since 1968 by artists Alex Katz, Sam Francis, Sol Lewitt, Robert Motherwell and others; factors in judging prints, painters and sculptors working in printmaking; and his involvement with young painters, studying to become printmakers.
Artists and printmaking : the making of a print : lecture, by Edmund Brooke Alexander, 1984 February 29 /. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Art dealer, publisher; Cambridge, Mass. Born 1937.
Donated 1988 by E. Brooke Alexander. Harvard University granted the Archives of American Art permission to record the lecture.
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