Terry Winters Fourteen Etchings 10 1989

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The portfolio format has always had a central position in Winters's printed work, allowing him to extend his systemic thinking into natural series. At Bill Goldston's suggestion Winters tried etching in 1988 and completed this unusual portfolio the following year. Using different etching techniques he contrasts photographic and hand-drawn modes of image-making, setting up oppositional pairs: figurative versus abstract, human versus celestial, and interior versus exterior.

Gallery label from Artistic Collaborations: 50 Years at Universal Limited Art Editions, January 17–May 21, 2007.
One etching, aquatint and photogravure from a portfolio of fourteen etching and aquatints thirteen with photogravure
composition (irreg.): 13 5/8 x 7 3/4" (34.6 x 19.7 cm); sheet: 18 11/16 x 14 3/16" (47.5 x 36 cm)
Universal Limited Art Editions, West Islip, New York
Universal Limited Art Editions, West Islip, New York
Gift of Emily Fisher Landau
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© 2024 Terry Winters
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