Avant-garde British Printmaking, 1914-60

Avant-garde British Printmaking, 1914-60

Avant-garde British Printmaking, 1914-60

This study, the first devoted primarily to the non-commercial printmaking of the period, begins with the earliest abstract prints by artists such as edward Wadsworth and David Bomberg, ranged alongside others who brought on the vision of the desolation of the First World War. The text also discusses the monotypes and etchings of the 1940s and 1950s. With a contribution by Stephen Coppel. With over 230 black-and-white and 16 color images. 240 pages. stiff paper wrappers. 4to..

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