1960 ~ Mervin Jules “Folk Singer”
“20” x 7.5″ image. Color Woodcut on 22″ x 12.5″ paper
Edition size:unknown Available: 18
Mervin Jules (1912 – 1944), an American printmaker and educator, was born in Baltimore, MD. He received his art training at Baltimore City College, Maryland Institute College of Art and in New York at the Art Students League where he studied under Thomas Hart Benton. He served as Associate Professor of Art at Smith College (1946-1969). Jules also acted as advisory editor of the School Arts Magazine. His work has been acquired by permanent collections of many prominent museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Modern Art, Boston Museum and Philadelphia Museum of Art, to name a few.
1961 ~ Robert Marx “The Rider”
“16” x 18″ image. Color Linoleum Cut on 20″ x 24″” paper.
Edition size: 90 Available: 13
Robert Marx (1925 – ) was born in Germany. He studied at the University of Illinois, where he earned his BFA in painting and his MFA in printmaking. Robert has taught at many universities including, SUNY Brockport, NY, SUNY Binghamton, NY, Syracuse University, NY and the University of Wisconsin, WI. Marx has exhibited extensively in the United States and Europe and is represented in the permanent collections of major museums.
1962 ~ Norman Bate “Ancient City”
15.75″ x 10.75″ image on 19″ x 13.5″ paper. Etching.
Edition size:unknown Available: No prints available
Norman Bate (1916 – 1980) was born in Buffalo, New York, in 1916. He was a printmaker, illustrator and painter. Bate earned his BFA in Illustration at Pratt Institute of Arts, Brooklyn and his MFA at the University of Illinois in printmaking and painting. He returned to teach at Pratt Institute and later was an Associate Professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology. In addition to his printmaking, he is widely known for the fine children’s books he has written and illustrated.
1963 ~ Alexander S. Lawson (Untitled)
17″ x 11.5″ image. Typography.
Edition size:unknown Available:
Alexander S Lawson (1912 – 2002) was an author, educator, historian and typography authority. After receiving his degree from Rochester Institute of Technology, Lawson served as Professor at the School of Printing, Rochester Institute of Technology. He helped to write and publish books and articles, including his well-known book, “Anatomy of a Typeface”.
1964 ~ Jack Bookbinder “Monhegan Morning”
11.25″ x 15.5″ image. Lithograph of 16″ x 20″ paper.
Edition size: 50 Available: No available prints
This lithograph takes as its subject a famous artist’s colony off the coast of Maine.
Jack Bookbinder (1911 – 1990) was born in Odessa, Ukraine. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and the Tyler School of Fine Arts. Jack served as Art Director of the Philadelphia Public Schools. Bookbinder has won many awards and is represent in many famous collections.
1965 ~ Roger Remington
15″ x 18.75″ Color Serigraph
Edition size:unknown Available: No available prints
Roger Remington is a well-known graphic designer, printmaker and teacher. He earned his BFA in Art & Design from the Rochester Institute of Technology and his MS in Art from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Remington has taught at the Rochester Institute of Technology for many years and is a Vignelli Distinguished Professor of Design. His work has been included in more than 80 regional, national and international print exhibitions. Remington’s serigraphs are in many permanent collections including the Library of Congress, and the Walker Art Center.
1966 ~ Walter Shaw
9″ x 13″ Three Color Woodcut on 14″ x 18″ paper, printed on A Washington hand press
Edition size: 77 Available: 18
Walter Shaw is a Rochester born artist. After studying at the Rochester
Institute of Technology, Shaw went on to serve as Art Director for the Case-Hoyt Corporation. He was a member of the Genesee Group, Rochester Art Club, and the Rochester Print Club.
1967 ~ Maruta Winebrenner “Madonna of the Womwood”
11.75″ x 17.5″ image. Etching on 18″ x 23.5″” paper.
Edition size: 50 Available: 5
Maruta (Rudi) Winebrenner studied Art at the State University of Buffalo, receiving her BS in Art Ed. and completed her MFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology, NY, specializing in printing and illustration. Winebrenner taught in the Rochester Public Schools, NY, Richmond Public Schools and the VA Museum Studio School. Her work has been shown in Buffalo at the Albright Knox Art Gallery and in Syracuse at the Everson Museum.
1968 ~ Dorothy Lathrop “Snow in Summer”
6.75″ x 5″ image. Wood engraving on 9.25″ x 7″ paper.
Edition size: 75 Available: 7
Dorothy Lathrop (1891 – 1980) was born in Albany, New York. She studied at Teachers College, Columbia University, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, PA and the Art Students League of New York.. She was a painter, illustrator and author of children’s books. Dorothy has won several awards, including the Caldecott Medal. She was an accomplished printmaker.”
1969 ~ Lynd Ward “Algoma Field”
9″ x 15.5″ image. Wood Engraving on 13″ x 15.5″ paper.
Edition size: 120 Available: 28
Lynd Ward (1905 – 1985), born in Chicago, IL is a famous Illustrator and writer of books. He studied at Teachers College, Columbia University and in Leipzig, Germany. Ward has won several awards, including the Caldecott Medal for “The Biggest Bear”. Although he is known for his wood engraving, Ward also worked in watercolor, lithography and mezzotint. He illustrated over a hundred children’s books and participated in many gallery and museum exhibitions.