Carroll Dunham. Untitled from Shadows. 1989

Carroll Dunham Untitled from Shadows 1989

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In 1988 Bill Goldston suggested that Dunham try making drypoints on pewter plates, which impart an exceptionally rich, almost romantic quality to the incised lines, but degenerate quickly. This technique accounts for the lush texture apparent in this suite, as well as its small edition of only fourteen.

Gallery label from Artistic Collaborations: 50 Years at Universal Limited Art Editions, January 17–May 21, 2007.
Medium
One from a portfolio of ten drypoints
Dimensions
composition and sheet (irreg.): 15 7/16 x 22 15/16" (39.2 x 58.3 cm)
Publisher
Universal Limited Art Editions, West Islip, New York
Printer
Universal Limited Art Editions, West Islip, New York
Edition
14
Credit
Gift of Emily Fisher Landau
Object number
10.1990.8
Copyright
© 2019 Carroll Dunham
Portfolio
Shadows
Department
Drawings and Prints

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