Blanche Lizzell and the Color Woodcut (Art Exhibition Catalog 2002)

By: Shapiro, Barbara Stern

Price: $40.00

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Wow -- what a beautiful catalog this is! The color woodcuts are just charming and the catalog is very clean and mostly very, very nice. But it looks as though someone set a wet glass on it inside the cover. (See second photo) Consequently there are some light pink spots to reverse side of cover and a slight bit of crinkliness to the area where the glass was, though I have pressed it much flatter in the book press and it covers just a few pages at front. The rest is pristine and no images are involved. Priced accordingly. Blanche Lazell (1878-1956) was a printmaker, painter and designer, but she is best known for her white line woodcut technique based on the Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock print. Catalog measures 8-1/2x9-1/2" and has 96 pages which include two essays. Exhibit was shown in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the Cleveland Museum of Art and Elvehjen Museum in Madison, Wisconsin.

Title: Blanche Lizzell and the Color Woodcut (Art Exhibition Catalog 2002)

Author Name: Shapiro, Barbara Stern

Illustrator: Lizzell, Blanche

Categories: Art & Photography,

Publisher: Boston, Mass., MFA Publications: 2002

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Good-plus

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 259804

Keywords: Blanche Lizzell and the Color Woodcut. Color Woodblocks. White line woodcut Technique. Art Catalogs Woodblocks.