The Different Print Types in Warhol’s Oeuvre

Photo Credit: David McCabe

The Different Print Types in Warhol’s Oeuvre The market value of a Andy Warhol print depends on many aspects — from the color and composition of a piece to its edition size and rarity. Warhol had … [Read more...]

Ed Ruscha, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, Larry Rivers – The 4 Rs

That Was Then This Is Now | Ed Ruscha | Robert Fontaine Gallery

Artists such as Ed Ruscha, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist and Larry Rivers, share a common theme in their contributions to art history. Their own generational and social landscape became the … [Read more...]

Prints “by”, prints “after”:  the difference between “original prints” and “reproductive prints”

Let’s say that Chagall decides to make a lithograph one day (not likely, since he is dead, but this is just an example).  He prepares the stone and delivers it to the printer.  The printer prints the … [Read more...]

Rembrandt Etchings – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Jan Lutma, Goldsmith
Harris Schrank Fine Prints (IFPDA)

Rembrandt Etchings In my initial guides I review some of the basics of print connoisseurship - what fine prints are, and what to look for in a seller's description of them.  Here I'll discuss the … [Read more...]

Andy Warhol and his Printers

Gerard Malanga
Photo Credit: David McCabe

The creation of a Warhol screenprint required two major components: Warhol’s creative genius and the printer to execute the idea. Warhol employed various printing studios and individual printers as … [Read more...]