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Cascadia Art Museum exhibit displays color prints


Last updated 10/6/2017 at Noon

“On Puget Sound” by Elizabeth Warhanik (1880-1968), circa 1928. It’s a white-line color woodblock print from a private collection.

Cascadia Art Museum’s new exhibit, “Territorial Hues: The Color Print and Washington State, 1920-1960,” opened Oct. 5 and continues through Jan. 7.

The exhibition and catalog is the first study of color printmaking in Washington state during the period 1920-1960.

It consists of prints that display the cultural and stylistic influences used by Washington state artists to produce highly unique works that reflect the color, light and atmosphere particular to this region

The exhibition and book will focus on several mediums, including color woodcut, intaglio, serigraphy and lithography...

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