Russell Collection presents "Mid Century Print Making" opening reception
Like many of the great masters of the 19th century, the most influential artists of the 20th century also worked extensively in printmaking. Each artist often experimented in several different methods of printmaking but typically favoring one method that they felt best represented his/her artistic style. The beautiful etchings with aquatint of Helen Frankenthaler, the bold screen prints of Alex Katz and Robert Indiana, or the iconic lithographs of Jim Dine, each method takes significant time and mastery to produce works of the quality level associated with these great artists.
Greg Bloch brings a world-renowned reputation as an art dealer, publisher, collector and manager of artists from around the world. His deep knowledge of art history, as well as his expertise regarding the trends and movements of the art industry has navigated his illustrious career in several diverse and successful directions. Bloch has worked as a curator of private art collections, in addition to his work as an art and art book publisher, and lecturer. Along with his professional interests, Bloch has amassed a significant and notable collection of 19th Century prints and drawings.
Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through January 31.