Sculptors as Printmakers

A recent online article brought to mind the great prints we have in The Collections by sculptors.

http://artdaily.com/news/86340/Exhibition-at-Marlborough-Fine-Art-in-London-presents-prints-by-sculptors#.VwZa-z8nogs

So, I thought I would list them for you. You can find images at hws.edu/davisgallery.

Archipenko, Alexander (1880-1964) Three Figures, One in Repose, 1921. Pencil on paper, 29 x 21 cm. Gift of Robert North in memory of Marion de Mauriac North ‘32. hws-a-100
Arman (1928-) Romantic Suite, 1976. Lithograph, 97 x 59 cm. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Welsh, Jr. P’84. hws-a-101
Aycock, Alice (b.1946) Miami Proposal II (steel, concrete, water); Above-The Twin Big Wheel/Below-The Island of the Rose Apple Tree, 1990. Serigraph on Arches Black paper, 74 x 56 cm. Gallery purchase, The Art Collection Fund. hws-a-262.
Chryssa (1933-).  Gates to Times Square, 1980. Silkscreen, 102 x 77 cm. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Welsh, Jr. P’84. hws-c-19
Chryssa (1933-).  Untitled (abstract), 1980. Silkscreen, 80 x 91 cm. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Welsh, Jr. P’84. hws-c-40
Giacometti, Alberto (1901-66) Untitled (figure), Derrière le Miroir, 1957. Lithograph, 60 x 48 cm. hws-g-11
Judd, Donald (1928-) Untitled (box), 1978. Etching, 76 x 88 cm. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Welsh, Jr. P’84. hws-j-11
Maillol, Aristide (1861-1944) Odes d’Horace, 1939. Woodcut, 13 x 13 cm. hws-m-11
Marisol (1930-) Untitled, 1978. Lithograph, 134 x 99 cm. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Welsh, Jr. P’84. hws-m-14
Moore, Henry (1898-1986) Open Form I, 1979. Lithograph, 50 x 59 cm. Gift of Kenneth L. Halsband ‘88. hws-m-35
Oppenheim, Dennis (1938-2011) Device to Convert a Chilling Underground Wind into Memory, 1980. Silkscreen, 97 x 127 cm. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Welsh, Jr. P’84. hws-o-6
Oppenheim, Dennis (1938-2011) Impulse Reactor, 1980. Silkscreen, 97 x 127 cm. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Welsh, Jr. P’84. hws-o-3
Oppenheim, Dennis (1938-2011) Magic Loom, 1979. Silkscreen, 97 x 127 cm. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Welsh, Jr. P’84. hws-o-5
Oppenheim, Dennis (1938-2011) Station for Detaining and Blinding Radio-Active Horses, 1979. Silkscreen, 97 x 127 cm. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Welsh, Jr. P’84. hws-o-4
Pfaff, Judy (b.1946) Untitled (#9), 2008. Etching, relief, digital, hand punching, 17 x 38 cm. Gallery purchase, Art Collection Fund. hws-p-72.
Poons, Larry (1937-) Untitled (abstract), 1980. Silkscreen, 90 x 64 cm. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Welsh, Jr. P’84. hws-p-56
Raimondi, John (1948-) Study for Bessie, 2002. Oil and ink on paper, 53 x 51 cm. Gift of James L. and Tracy Spates P’00, P’09. hws-r-4
Saar, Alison (1956-). Coup de grace, 2012. Lithograph, 49 x 64 cm. Gift of the Clarence A. Davis ‘48 Endowed Fund for the Visual Arts. hws-s-97
Saar, Alison (1956-). Inheritance, 2003. Woodblock, 81 x 59 cm. Gift of the George D. and Frieda B. Abraham Foundation. hws-s-96
Sonfist, Alan (1946-) View of Manhattan; Time Landscapes, 1980. Lithograph, photo-collage and hand coloring, 72 x 72 cm. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Welsh, Jr. P’84. hws-s-64

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Introducing the Collections: Seneca Ray Stoddard

The Colleges own a number of the photographs of Seneca Ray Stoddard, most of the Adirondack region of New York.

Seneca Ray Stoddard (1844-1917) was an American landscape photographer, naturalist, writer, poet and cartographer. Born in Saratoga County, New York, he taught himself painting (one his first jobs was painting scenes in passenger cars) and photography. He eventually published several guide books to areas in and around the Adirondacks; two important works were The Adirondacks: Illustrated, published in 1873 and revised and reprinted several times up through 1914, and the first tourist map of the Adirondacks, published in 1874. His work publicizing the beauties of upstate New York helped influence the creation of the Adirondack Park in the late 1880s. In addition to his work in New York, Stoddard traveled widely both in the United States (Alaska, Florida, the southwest) and internationally (Italy, Switzerland, France, and Scandinavia). His experiences in these journeys resulted in several lecture tours and travel books, including The Cruise of the Friesland and The Midnight Sun.

Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) A Jam, Luzerne Falls. 1880-1900. Albumen, 13 x 21 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp. hws-s-101
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) Chapel Pond, Keene Valley, Adirondacks, #733, 1880-1900. Albumen, 16 x 21 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp. hws-s-84
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) Down Partridge Hill, Keene Valley, Adirondacks, #889, 1891. Albumen, 16 x 21 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp. hws-s-108
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) Indian Pass, Adirondacks, From Summit Rock, #436, 1888. Albumen, 18 x 23 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp. hws-s-104
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) Indian Pass from Lake Henderson, Adirondacks, 1886. Albumen, 18 x 23 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp. hws-s-102
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) Indian Pass, Adirondacks. South from Summit Rock, #435, 1888. Albumen, 18 x 23 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp. hws-s-103
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) Lake George Meadow Point and the Elephant from North, #332, 1880-1900. Albumen, 11 x 18 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp.  hws-s-85
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) Low Tide in the Basin of Mines, Nova Scotia, #1399, 1880-1900. Albumen, 11 x 19 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp. hws-s-86
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) Prospect House, Blue Mountain Lake, #694, 1880-1900. Albumen, 11 x 19 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp. hws-s-87
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) Saranac Lake House, #526, 1880-1900. Albumen, 11 x 19 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp. hws-s-88
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) Saranac Lake, South from Prospect House, #519, 1880-1900. Albumen, 11 x 19 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp. hws-s-89
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) Scene at Northcreek Railroad Station on the Adirondack Railway, #309, 1880-1900. Albumen, 16 x 21 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp. hws-s-90
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) Split Rock (Lower) Falls, Pleasant Valley, #844,  1893. Albumen, 18 x 23 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp. hws-s-105
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) St. John’s, New Brunswick, Harbor View, #1373, 1880-1900. Albumen, 11 x 20 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp. hws-s-91
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) Tupper Lake House, McClure, #530, 1880-1900. Albumen, 11 x 19 cm. Gift of Harvey Tropp. hws-s-92
Stoddard, Seneca Ray (1844-1917) Untitled: Parlor, #753, 1880-1900. Albumen, 18 x 23 cm. Gift

Bibliography
Horrell, Jeffrey L. Seneca Ray Stoddard : transforming the Adirondack wilderness in text and image. Syracuse University Press, 1999.

Fuller, John. “Seneca Stoddard and Alfred Stieglitz: The Lake George Connection.” History of Photography, Summer95, Vol. 19, p150-158.

Fuller, John. “The Collective vision and beyond—Seneca Ray Stoddard’s photography. History of Photography, Jul-Sep87, Vol. 11, p217-227.