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Landscape in Printmaking – A guest curation by VanDeb Editions

Since I started making monoprints I have been fascinated by the history of landscape images in printmaking, especially mono prints. I also have done silk aquatints and solar plates to make combinations of mono prints with a matrix image.


Degas and Gaugin made wonderful spontaneous images that amazed me when I first saw them..they look so contemporary. Of course so many artists have made etchings, lithos and aquatints throughout the ages … so here are a few to tempt you!

Golden Days 6, Deborah Freedman, Oehme Graphics
Golden Days 3, Deborah Freedman, Oehme Graphics
Red Sea, Helen Frankenthaler, Kenneth A. Friedman & Co.
Laburnums and Battersea, Theodore Roussel, Harris Schrank Fine Prints
Les Champs M#1045, Georges Braque, Composition Gallery
Albero 2, Eric Holzman, VanDeb Editions
River Wind, Nancy Friese, Oehme Graphics
Cottage beside a Canal with a View of Ouderkerk, Harmensz van Rijn Rembrandt, Sarah Sauvin
Birches (B&W), Katherine Bowling, Oehme Graphics
Bora Bora, David Hockney, Lougher Contemporary
Gray Sea, Milton Avery, William Chambers Art