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High Museum of Art Hosts Print Fair on May 7

The High Museum of Art hosts a Print Fair on May 7, 2011, 10 a.m.-5 p.m in the Anne Cox Chambers Wing, co-sponsored by the International Fine Print Dealers Association. Free admission.

This event is a rare opportunity to acquire fine original prints from a wide range of artists, from Old Masters including Rembrandt and Dürer to American artists such as John Sloan and Robert Rauschenberg to contemporary masters such as Kiki Smith and Chuck Close. All works are available for purchase.


C & J Goodfriend Drawings and Prints
15th – 20th c. Fine Prints and Drawings.

Charles M. Young Fine Prints and Drawings, LLC
Modern and contemporary prints and drawings.

Hill-Stone, Inc.
Old Master and modern prints and drawings.

Childs Gallery
American and European paintings, prints, drawings and watercolors, from the Renaissance to the present.

Catherine E. Burns
19th- and early 20th-century American and European.

Conrad R. Graeber Fine Art
19th- and early 20th-century American, British, Japanese and European Fine Prints and Drawings.

Contemporary and Modern Works on Paper, WPA Prints.

M. Lee Stone Fine Prints
American master printmakers of the 20th and 21st centuries: works on paper, WPA art, mid-20th- century and African American artists.

Jan Johnson Old Master + Modern Prints, Inc.
Fine European prints, 1480–1940, and Canadian prints, 1910–1940.

Paulson Bott Press
Publisher of contemporary fine art intaglio prints.

Diane Villani Editions
Contemporary/publisher: Julia Jacquette, Red Grooms, Thomas Nozkowski, John Baldessari, Laura Chase and Dana Schutz.

The Old Print Shop
American prints published before 1950.

Tamarind Institute
Contemporary publisher: Lesley Dill, Kiki Smith, Jim Dine, Willie Cole and Polly Apfelbaum.

Pia Gallo
Old Master and modern prints and drawings.

Warnock Fine Arts
20th Cent. and Contemporary European and American Prints and Works on Paper, with heavy emphasis on mezzotints and Eastern European artists.

William P. Carl Fine Prints
1850-1950 with an emphasis on color woodcuts, American prints, Dutch, Belgian and other fine European printmakers.

Organization and Support
The High Museum of Art Print Fair is co-sponsored by the International Fine Print Dealers Association. The International Fine Print Dealers Association is a nonprofit organization of art dealers, galleries and publishers with expertise in the field of fine prints, who are committed to the highest standards of quality, ethics, and connoisseurship.

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