Catalogue published in conjunction with an exhibition held at Amon Carter Museum, July 28 - September 23, 1990; at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, October 14 - December 2, 1990; and at Worcester Art Museum, September 22 - November 17, 1991.
Includes introductory essays that examine the use of color in four printmaking methods: Relief, Intaglio, Lithography, and Serigraphy. Contains one hundred prints reproduced in vivid full-page illustrations. Each is accompanied by the artist's biography and an informative discussion of the subject, style, and technique of the work. Among the works presented are prints by such well-known artists as Mary Cassatt, James McNeill Whistler, Milton Avery, and Stuart Davis. Also included are pieces by influential artists familiar to print aficionados, such as Arthur Wesley Dow, Anthony Velonis, Stanley William Hayter, and Louis Schanker.
Includes a list of artists' biographies and bibliography.