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Larger ImageTom Phillips, Benches After Benches, 1982, ed. #15/85
screenprint in colors on wove paper [X1986.2.41]
Gift of Ackerman Foundation
Published by Waddington Graphics, London
(WG) Waddington Graphics Blindstamp, Lower Right corner. Signed in pencil.
Larger ImageJoe Tilson, Seed Mantra, 1978, Artist Proof
ecthing, aquatint in colors with collage on wove paper [X1986.2.32]
Gift of Ackerman Foundation
Published by Waddington Graphics, London
Signed in Pencil. From "Mantra Series", the other works in the series include; "Moon Mantra, Earth Mantra, Sun Mantra, Air Mantra, Sky Mantra, Pool Mantra, Sea Mantra, Yes Mantra, and Eye Mantra".
Larger ImageHoward Hodgkin, Indian View (Blue On Orange On Yellow), 1971, Artist Proof
screenprint [X1981.2.75]
Gift of James W. Dye, Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Kelpra Studio, London, Published by Waddington Prints, London
One print from the 12 print series, "Indian View". (The entire series is in the Permanent Collection) Signed in pencil. Blindstamp lower left. Rose and Chris Prater Gift to the Tate Museum, 1975. Also an Editions Alecto artist.
Larger ImageHoward Hodgkin, Indian Views (Boxes On Pale Yellow), 1971, ed. #40/75
screenprint [X1992.2.35]
Gift of James W. Dye, Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Kelpra Studio, London, Published by Waddington Prints, London
One print from the 12 print series, "Indian View". (The entire series is in the Permanent Collection) Signed in pencil. Blindstamp lower left. Rose and Chris Prater Gift to the Tate Museum, 1975. Also an Editions Alecto artist.
Larger ImagePeter Blake, French Postcards (a,b,c), 1969, Artist Proof #4
lithograph [X1981.2.106a]
Gift of the Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Kelpra Studio, London
Signed in pen.
Larger ImagePeter Blake, French Postcards (a,b,c), 1969, Artist Proof
lithograph [X1981.2.106b]
Gift of the Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Kelpra Studio, London
Signed in pen.
Larger ImagePeter Blake, French Postcards (a,b,c), 1969, Artist Proof #3
lithograph [X1981.2.106c]
Gift of the Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Kelpra Studio, London
Signed in pen.
Larger ImageRonald Kitaj, World Ruin Through Black Magic, 1965, ed. #52/70
screenprint in 12 colors, photo screenprint [X1981.2.54a]
Gift of Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Kelpra Studios, London
Signed in pencil.
Larger ImageRobert Motherwell, London Series 1: Untitled (Green), 1971, Artist Proof
color serigraph on J.B. Green mouldmade Double elephant paper [X1981.2.43B]
Gift of James W. Dye, Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Chris Prater, Kelpra Studio, London - Published by Marlborough Graphics, New York
Signed in pencil. (RM) artist's blindstamp, lower right. From the his "Open" theme, the "London Series" marked his largest work to date.(artbrokerage.com) Rose and Chris Prater Gift to the Tate Museum, 1975. © Dedalus Foundation, Inc/VAGA, New York and DACS, London 2002. Also an Atelier 17 Artist, Universal Limited Editions Artist, Erker Press Artist.
Larger ImageRobert Motherwell, London Series 1: Untitled (Black), 1971, Artist Proof
color serigraph on J.B. Green mouldmade Double elephant paper [X1981.2.43A]
Gift of James W. Dye, Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Chris Prater, Kelpra Studio, London - Published by Marlborough Graphics, New York
Signed in pencil. (RM) artist's blindstamp, lower right. From the his "Open" theme, the "London Series" marked his largest work to date.(artbrokerage.com) Rose and Chris Prater Gift to the Tate Museum, 1975. © Dedalus Foundation, Inc/VAGA, New York and DACS, London 2002. Also an Atelier 17 Artist, Universal Limited Editions Artist, Erker Press Artist.
Larger ImageRobert Motherwell, African Suite: Africa 7, 1970, ed. #85/150
screenprint on paper [X1981.2.39b]
Gift of the Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Chris Prater, Kelpra Studio, London. Published by Marlborough Graphics, New York.
Initialed in pencil. (RM) artist's blindstamp, lower right. The "Africa Series" consisted of 11 screenprints made from drawings and was the artist's first experience with silkscreening. Rose and Chris Prater Gift to the Tate Museum, 1975. © Dedalus Foundation, Inc/VAGA, New York and DACS, London 2002. Also an Atelier 17 Artist, Universal Limited Editions Artist, Erker Press Artist.
Larger ImageRobert Motherwell, African Suite: Africa 2, 1970, ed. #112/150
screenprint on paper [X1981.2.39a]
Gift of the Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Chris Prater, Kelpra Studio, London. Published by Marlborough Graphics, New York.
Initialed in pencil. (RM) artist's blindstamp, lower right. The "Africa Series" consisted of 11 screenprints made from drawings and was the artist's first experience with silkscreening. Rose and Chris Prater Gift to the Tate Museum, 1975. © Dedalus Foundation, Inc/VAGA, New York and DACS, London 2002. Also an Atelier 17 Artist, Universal Limited Editions Artist, Erker Press Artist.
Larger ImageWilliam Scott, Cup, Bowl, Pan, in Browns And Ochres, 1970, Artist Proof
screenprint [X1981.2.86]
Gift of Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Kelpra Studio, London
Edition size of 100. Signed in pencil.
Larger ImagePatrick Caulfield, Large Jug, 1983, ed. #22/80
screenprint [X1986.2.36]
Gift of the Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Kelpra Studio, London, Published by Waddington Graphics, London
Signed in pencil. Two blindstamps, lower right; (WG) Waddington Graphics, (K) Kelpra Studio
Larger ImagePatrick Caulfield, Sausage, 1978, ed. #34/75
screenprint [X1981.2.64a]
Gift of the Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Kelpra Studio, London, Published by Waddington Graphics, London
Signed in pencil.
Larger ImageAdolph Gottllieb, Figure Eight, 1967, ed. #70/75
screenprint [X1981.2.29]
Gift of the Ackerman Foundation
Published by Marlborough Graphics, London
Signed in pencil.
Larger ImageCeri Richards, Clair de Lune, 1967, ed. #34/70
screenprint [x1981.2.101]
Gift of Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Kelpra Studios, London
Signed in pencil.
Larger ImageCeri Richards, Peu a peu sortant de la Brume, 1969, ed. #2/100
screenprint [X1986.2.77]
Gift of Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Kelpra Studios, London
Signed in pencil.
Larger ImageAllan D'Arcangelo, U.S. Highway #1, 1978, ed. #44/150
screenprint [X1998.2.52]
Gift of Monis Schuster-London Arts Inc.
Published by Marlborough Graphics, London
Signed in pencil.
Larger ImageJean Dubuffet, BANQUE DE L'HOURLOUPE (TAROT CARDS), 1967, ed. Unknown
screenprint [X1981.2.103]
Gift of the Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Kelpra Studio for Editions Alecto
52 playing cards with a title card, an edition of 350, with 30 hors-commerce (unsuitable for publication).
Larger ImageAndré Masson, Regards Sur Paris, 1962, ed. #180
lithograph on Arches paper [X1993.2.70]
Gift of Regina Slatkin
From a Portfolio of 33 Prints from Various Artists, Printed by Mourlot, Published by André Sauret, Paris
One of a portfolio of 33 prints, edition size of 150, a deluxe edition of 10 copies, aside from the book edition of 120. There were also 30 hors-commerce copies (unsuitable for publication). With no signature or blindstamp, this print may have been one of the hors-commerce copies. Other artists include: André Beaudin, Georges Braque, Maurice Brianchon, Jean Corzou, Marc Chagall, Dunoyer de Segonzac, André Masson, Pablo Picasso, Kees Van Dongen, and Jacques Villon. Masson was also an Atelier 17 Artist, New York, 1940-1955.
Larger ImageRobert Rauschenberg, Portland Center for the Visual Arts, 1979, ed. Unknown
lithograph [P22005.2.13]
Gift of Ivan & Marilynn Karp
Published by Portland Center for the Visual Arts
Signed upper right. Rauschenberg created this poster for the purpose of advertising a solo exhibition, which took place in the spring of 1979 at the Portland Center for the Visual Arts.
Larger ImageRobert Rauschenberg, Horsefeathers Thirteen - XV, 1972, ed. #57/80
color lithograph, screenprint, pochoir, collage and embossing [X1986.2.81]
Printed and Published by Gemini Graphic Editions Limited (G.E.L.)
Signed in pencil. Two blindstamps, lower right; (©) Copyright Robert Rauschenberg and Gemini G.E.L./VAGA, New York, (II) Gemini, G.E.L. Printed by Ronald McPherson, Kenneth Tyler and Jeffrey Wasserman.This is an example of where the artist works at the printing company to compile the printed elements and collage into a limited edition. Printed on Moulin du Verger du Puymoyen handmade paper. The "Horsefeathers Thirteen" series comprises 25 works. The edition size is 80 plus 12 artist proofs. Excerpt from Gemini G.E.L. Catalogue Raisonné, National Gallery of Art.
Larger ImageRobert Rauschenberg, Support, 1973, ed. #215/250
silkscreen [X1979.2.7]
Gift of J. Anthony Forstmann and Joel Leff
Printed by Styria Studio
Signed in pencil. Styria Studio blindstamp lower left. Also a Universal Limited Editions Artist. An edition of this work is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Larger ImageJames Rosenquist, Horizontal Bar, 1973, ed. #93/125
color lithograph and silkscreen, collage [X1979.2.9]
Gift of J. Anthony Forstmann and Joel Leff
Published by Styria Studio, New York
Signed in pencil. Two blindstamps; unknown lower left, Styria Studio lower right. Since the early 1960s, Rosenquist has worked extensively at numerous printmaking workshops including Graphicstudio, Aeropress, Gemini G.E.L., Petersburg Press, Styria Studio, Tyler Graphics, Ltd., and Universal Limited Art Editions. Among Rosenquist's honors is the World Print Award, which he received in 1983 from the World Print Council at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. - excerpt from areaofdesign.com. An edition of this work is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Larger ImagePhilip Guston, Suite Of Five Non-Objective Prints, A, 1966, ed. #14/20
lithograph on off white Arches wove paper [X1981.2.31a]
Gift of the Ackerman Foundation
Printed and Published by Hollander Workshop, New York
One of a series of five prints in an edition of 20. Signed in pencil. (IH) Irwin Hollander blindstamp lower right. Irwin Hollander trained at Tamarind Lithography Workshop and began Hollander Workshop in 1964. Guston created his first lithograph with Irwin Hollander in 1963 at Tamarind. - excerpt from NY Art Beat
Larger ImageDavid Hockney, An Etching And A Lithograph For Editions Alecto, 1972, ed. #3/100
etching and lithograph [X1981.2.42]
Gift of Ackerman Foundation
Published by Editions Alecto
Signed in pencil. Four blindstamps lower right. An etching and lithograph edition #3 of 100 prints. This was later published as a poster edition of 2000.
Larger ImageLynn Chadwick, Two Sitting Figures On Stripes I, 1972, ed. #83/100
lithograph on BK Rives paper [X1981.2.36]
Gift of the Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Erker Presse, St. Gallen Switzerland
Signed in pencil. Erker Press blindstamp lower left.
Larger ImageLynn Chadwick, Two Sitting Figures On Stripes II, 1972, ed. #99/100
lithograph on BK Rives paper [X1981.2.37]
Gift of the Ackerman Foundation
Printed by Erker Presse, St. Gallen Switzerland
Signed in pencil. Erker Press blindstamp lower left.
Larger ImageAdolph Gottllieb, Black And Gray, 1967, ed. #50/75
screenprint on wove paper [X1981.2.30]
Gift of the Ackerman Foundation
Published by Associated American Artists
Signed in pencil.
Larger ImageIsabelle Bishop, Interlude, 1952 printed 1981, ed. VI/XXV
etching [X1988.2.1]
Gift of the Docent Program 1988
Published by Associated American Artists
Signed in pencil. Original printed in 1952. 25 editions printed by Associated American Artists in 1981. Also an Atelier 17 Artist, NY 1940-1955.
Larger ImageCeri Richards, The Crooked Rose, From the Dylan Thomas Suite, 1965, ed. #25/50
lithograph [X1981.2.68c]
Gift of Ackerman Foundation
Printed from stone by the Curwen Studio
Signed in pencil.
Larger ImageCeri Richards, The Author's Prologue, From the Dylan Thomas Suite, 1965, ed. #29/50
lithograph [X1981.2.68b]
Gift of Ackerman Foundation
Printed from stone by the Curwen Studio
Signed in pencil.
Larger ImageCeri Richards, Poem on His Birthday, From the Dylan Thomas Suite, 1965, ed. #14/50
lithograph [X1981.2.68A]
Gift of Ackerman Foundation
Printed from stone by the Curwen Studio
Signed in pencil.
Larger ImagePhilip Pearlstein, Atelier Project: Nude With Cityscape, 1985, ed. #29/85
etching on copper plate delux paper [X1987.2.2]
SUNY Puchase Atelier Project, printed by SUNY Purchase Center for Editions
Signed in pencil. Printed by SUNY Purchase Center for Editions as part of "The Atelier Project". The printer was Betty Winkler and the press was X Press, NY. Three blindstamps; SUNY Purchase Center for Editions, lower left and two stamps in the lower right, one is the printer and the other is the press. “The Atelier Project is a collection of sixteen prints by distinguished American artists. The Project was a not-for-profit venture conceived and executed by the Division of Visual Arts of the State University of New York at Purchase. It was meant primarily to be a teaching tool, making available to students a variety of today’s most provocative and accomplished artists as lecturers and role models. Students were also able to observe more than half of the visiting artists producing their prints and at times could assist them. ” – Irving Sandler. Excerpt from Stony Brook University, Special Collections & University Archives.
Larger ImageGaro Antreasian, Blue Field With Dots (maquette for tapestry), 1970, ed. Unknown
screenprint with painted dots [X1991.2.57]
Gift of Regina Slatkin
Tamarind Institute Founding Technical Director
Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Inc. (TLW) was founded in Los Angeles in 1960 as a means to "rescue" the dying art of lithography. Fully funded by the Ford Foundation until it became affiliated with the University of New Mexico in 1970, founding director June Wayne, together with Associate Director Clinton Adams and Technical Director Garo Antreasian. Excerpt from http://tamarind.unm.edu/. Also an Altelier 17 Artist, NY 1940-55.
Larger ImageSalvadore Dali, The Gospel According to John, 1984 PRNT, ed. #34/100
lithograph [X2000.2.14]
Gift of David Ardman
Published by Gala Publications with permission from Glasgow Museums and Galleries
The signature is likely stamped. © Gala blindstamp lower left. The original painting was purchased by Glasgow Museums and Galleries director Dr. Tom Honeyman in 1952. The purchase included the copyright enabling ongoing reproduction revenue for the museum. Also an Atelier 17 Artist, NY circa 1940-1955
Larger ImageRonald Kitaj, Dominie In Catalonia, (portrait of the artist's daughter), 1977, ed. #26/50
lithograph [X1986.2.25]
Gift of Ackerman Foundation
Published by Petersburg Press
Signed in pencil. © blindstamp lower right.
Larger ImageRed Grooms, Mango, Mango, 1973, ed. #195/250
screenprint in colors on Arches Cover [X1979.2.6]
Gift of Joel Leff and J. Anthony Forstmann
Published by Kitty Meyers, New York
Signed in pencil. Published by Kitty Meyers, New York, for the benefit of Nicaraguan earthquake victims. Kitty Meyers, former Wall Street executive and art patron, was a major art collector and New York socialite. She perished along with much of her extensive art collection in a fire at her New York mansion on East 76th Street in 1997. --NY Times

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