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1979: Charles Joslin

Nesting Time Wood Engraving – Image Size 9 X 12 inches Born in Port Orchard, Washington (1922), he is a graduate of the Art Students League. He also studied at Columbia University under Hans Mueller. A book illustrator in the… Read More »1979: Charles Joslin

1977: Bette Saiberlich

With Each Lengthening Day – New Hope Etching – Image Size 13 X 10 inches A graduate of the University of Wisconsin, this artist is known for her printmaking, painting and ceramics. Galleries in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Canada… Read More »1977: Bette Saiberlich

1976: Rebekah Richmond

Bristlecone Etching – Image Size 4 X 7 inches This artist has been honored by the Oklahoma Museum of Art, the Franklin Mint (1972) and the Art Association of Newport (1973). She has exhibited her work from California to Maine.

1974: Boyd Hanna

Peanut Cactus Wood Engraving – Image Size 5.5 X 4 inches Irwin, Pennsylvania was his birth place (1907). He studied at Carnegie Mellon University. His work is in the Metropolitan, the New York Public Library, the Library of Congress and… Read More »1974: Boyd Hanna

1973: Jill Flink

Jonquils Etching/Intaglio – Image Size 4.5 x 4.5 Inches Born in New Orleans in 1942, she was raised in Atlanta, where she went to high school. She studied at the Penland School of Crafts and the North Carolina State Architecture… Read More »1973: Jill Flink

1972: Ralph Fabri

Balconies of Taormina Lithograph – Image Size 10 x 12.25 inches Born in Budapest (1894), he studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in that city. He also studied under Robert Atkin. In addition to his graphic work, he… Read More »1972: Ralph Fabri

1971: Harry Schokler

Vermont Church Serigraph – Image Size 10 x 13 inches A native of Cincinnati (1896), Shokler studied with Daniel Garber at the Pennsylvania School of Fine Arts, as well as in Paris. The Metropolitan, the Library of Congress and the… Read More »1971: Harry Schokler

1970: Margaret Philbrick

New England Landscape Etching – Image Size 4 X 6 inches Born in Northampton, Massachusetts, this New England artist’s work is in the Library of Congress and the Boston Public Library. She has won the John Taylor Arms Prize.