Printmaking through History: An Artist's Print
The Demuth Museum is pleased to announce an exhibition that focuses on the art of printmaking and the bevy of talented local artists here in Lancaster. Printmaking through History: An Artist’s Print will focus on the history of printmaking and help viewers to understand the four main forms of printmaking beginning with an etching by Rembrandt, a Picasso woodcut, a Man Ray lithograph and a Warhol screen print. In addition, the exhibit will include works by local artists such as Barbara Whipple, the Newswangers, David Snyder and Luigi Rist.
This exhibition is on view in tandem with the exhibition, The Art of the Big Print: Master Lancaster Printmakers on view at the Lancaster Museum of Art location from April 14-July 1.
Contact: Greta Rymar
Phone: (717) 299-9940
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
120 East King Street
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602
Admission by Donation