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The Imprint of Place: Maine Printmaking 1800-2005

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In conjunction with the Maine Print Project, print curator David Becker has written this chronological overview of Maine printmaking. Written for a general audience, but equally appealing to art specialists, the variety of styles, subject matter, and technical approach may well provoke viewers to look further.
Hardcover, 136 pages
Published September 12th 2006 by Center for Maine Contemporary Art (first published 2006)
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Nicholas Whyte
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This was a freebie book slipped into the goodie bag for a conference I spoke at in Camden, Maine, in early 2007. I confess that my knowledge of Maine is pretty much restricted to the two-hour drive through a snow-filled landscape from Portland airport to the conference venue, and my knowledge of print-making as an art is not a lot more than my knowledge of Maine, so it is not very remarkable that it took me five and a half years to get around to reading it
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