The Inland And American Printer And Lithographer Volume 23

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The Inland Printer

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American Lithographers 1900 1960

Author by : Clinton Adams
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Publisher by : Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press
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Description : Chronicling the developments and significance of lithography in the United States, Adams offers not only a detailed survey of the medium between 1900 and 1960, but also a personal recollection of the many figures who shaped its course. He presents the story of the artists and their printers, their personal interrelationships, and their creative work in what he calls a "beautiful but obstinate medium." While the names of printers Albert Sterner, Bolton Brown, George Miller, and Joseph Pennell are pivotal in this story, most of the leading artists of the century have been attracted to lithography, among them George Bellows, Thomas Hart Benton, Stuart Davis, Reginald Marsh, Jackson Pollock, and Charles Sheeler. ISBN 0-8263-0660-8 : $65.00.


Small Business Bibliography

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American Printer

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The American Printer 1787 1825

Author by : Rollo Gabriel Silver
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Publisher by : Charlottesville : Published for the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia [by] the University Press of Virginia
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Printed Ephemera

Author by : John Lewis
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Publisher by : Antique Collectors Club Limited
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Description : When this book was first published in 1962 it was not only the first book on the subject, but John Lewis unwittingly invented the term 'Printed Ephemera'. This is virtually a facsimile of that original 1962 edition but with many of the former monochrome subjects now printed in full colour and with a new foreword by the Author. The book surveys the art of the jobbing printer, from Caxton's time to the 1960's, by studying the changing uses of type and letter forms in English and American printing. Handbills, certificates, tickets and trade cards are all illustrated showing the changes in design of type faces and the changing relationships between text and illustration. The book contains a fully illustrated chronological glossary of type and a fully classified index under six headings: General; Artists, Designers and Typographers; Engravers and Lithographers; Printers; Type-founders; Type designers; Type-setters; Type faces. 'Printed Ephemera' is a classic book and the essential work of reference on a subject which has become increasingly popular and collectable. Many Printed Ephemera societies now exist in countries as far apart as the U.S.A., Canada and Australia.


Pushing Boundaries

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2019 Diary

Author by : Chulabula Designs
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Publisher by : Independently Published
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Description : The Louis John Rhead "Holiday" Lithograph Art Nouveau 2019 2 Pages Per Week Diary is the perfect way to keep track of important appointments, birthdays and anniversaries on the move in one stylish book. 136 quality cream pages (68 sheets) - slim diary with clean, clear layout ["Look Inside" to view a selection of pages] Never be without your weekly planner: 6x9" (approx. A5 size) that fits easily into almost any bag Non-spiral, durable, glossy perfect-bound paperback cover featuring L. Prang & Co's: "Holiday" Lithograph from 1895 created by renowned Art Nouveau poster artist Louis John Rhead Week-to-view planner across 2 facing pages including a section for weekly reminders/notes. Additional pages include: 3 months at-a-glance (with space for one word reminders) for 2019 & 2020, yearly & monthly goal setting, important dates (birthdays & anniversaries), important contacts & notes Runs from Monday 31st January 2018 to Sunday 5th January 2020 (53 weeks) Not big enough for your needs? We also have 2019 page per day diaries. Or a smaller version in a page-per-week version. Maybe you want this diary in a different design? See our other listings for more diaries, journals, planners and notebooks in all our unique designs. Louis Prang was an American printer, lithographer, and publisher who is sometimes known as the "father of the American Christmas card."


The Apha Newsletter

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San Francisco Lithographer

Author by : Robert J. Chandler
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Publisher by : University of Oklahoma Press
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Description : Grafton Tyler Brown—whose heritage was likely one-eighth African American—finessed his way through San Francisco society by passing for white. Working in an environment hostile to African American achievement, Brown became a successful commercial artist and businessman in the rough-and-tumble gold rush era and the years after the Civil War. Best known for his bird’s-eye cityscapes, he also produced and published maps, charts, and business documents, and he illustrated books, sheet music, advertisements, and labels for cans and other packaging. This biography by a distinguished California historian gives an underappreciated artist and his work recognition long overdue. Focusing on Grafton Tyler Brown’s lithography and his life in nineteenth-century San Francisco, Robert J. Chandler offers a study equally fascinating as a business and cultural history and as an introduction to Brown the artist. Chandler’s contextualization of Brown’s career goes beyond the issue of race. Showing how Brown survived and flourished as a businessman, Chandler offers unique insight into the growth of printing and publishing in California and the West. He examines the rise of lithography, its commercial and cultural importance, and the competition among lithographic companies. He also analyzes Brown’s work and style, comparing it to the products of rival firms. Brown was not respected as a fine artist until after his death. Collectors of western art and Americana now recognize the importance of Californiana and of Brown’s work, some of which depicts Portland and the Pacific Northwest, and they will find Chandler’s checklist, descriptions, and reproductions of Brown’s ephemera—including billheads and maps—as uniquely valuable as Chandler’s contribution to the cultural and commercial history of California. In an afterword, historian Shirley Ann Wilson Moore discusses the circumstances and significance of passing in nineteenth-century America.


Lithographers Journal

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Printmaking In America

Author by : Trudy V. Hansen
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Publisher by : Harry N Abrams Incorporated
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Description : The years from 1960 to 1990 witnessed an extraordinary outburst of creative activity among American printmakers. A number of important new workshops were founded, from such influential studios as Universal Limited Art Editions as Long Island and the Tamarind Lithography Workshop in Los Angeles to small presses throughout the country. In contrast to traditional European ateliers, where professional printers reproduced artists' designs for commercial edition printing, the new American workshops stressed collaboration, and emphasized radical experimentation with medium and process. The work produced in these studios often owed as much to the imaginative gifts of the printer as the conception of the artist.


Printing

Author by : Horace Hart
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The Grammar Of Lithography

Author by : W. D. Richmond
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Views And Viewmakers Of Urban America

Author by : John William Reps
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Publisher by : University of Missouri Press
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Description : A catalog of lithographs of American and Canadian cities.


200 Years Of American Graphic Art

Author by : Clarence Pearson Hornung
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Publisher by : New York : G. Braziller
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Description : A selective historical survey of the graphic arts in the United States, describing techniques, media, and uses from Colonial times to the present


The Handy Book Of Artistic Printing

Author by : Doug Clouse
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : The authors painstakingly unearthed examples of this once-ubiquitous if short-lived design culture, and present a treasure trove of visual material, most never before seen by today's designers.


75 Years Of Lithography 1882 1957

Author by : Amalgamated Lithographers of America
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American Lithography 1900 1960

Author by : Clinton Adams
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