Look at This! A Preview of the IFPDA Print Fair

  • Next week the International Fine Print Dealers Association will hold its New York Fine Art Print Fair at the Park Avenue Armory. Not familiar with the print market? Here’s what you should know. They look terrific, are less expensive than similar works, and hold their value extremely well. Why not browse an art fair where you might be able to buy something? Don’t take our word for it, check it out!

  • "Dempsey and Firpo"
    Lithograph on wove paper with Basingwerk Parchment watermark, 1923-24
    Signed and titled in pencil by the artist
    Edition:103
    22 1/2 x 25 7/8 57.20 x 65.72cm
    Image: 22-1/2 x 25-7/8" (45.5 x 56.5 cm.)
    Provenance: Private Collection
    Reference: Jane Myers and Linda Ayres, George Bellows: The Artist and His Lithographs 1916-1924 (Ft. Worth, TX: Amon Carter Museum, 1988) figure, 117
    Courtesy of Thomas French Fine Art

  • "Pikes Peak"
    2012
    Direct to plate photogravure and aquatint
    31 ½” x 30½”
    Edition of 50
    Courtesy of Paulson Bott Press

  • "Little Imp"
    2011
    (11-320)
    Three-color lithograph
    21 x 16 inches
    Edition of 21
    Collaborating printer: Asa Wentzel-Fisher
    Courtesy of Tamarind Institute

  • "Sharecropper"
    1970
    Linocut
    ed. AP
    Courtesy of Sragow Gallery

  • "A Corner"
    1919
    Etching
    Plate Size: 3 ¼” x 4”
    Few known impressions
    Courtesy of Mary Ryan Gallery, NY

  • "Sculpteur, Modèlele, et Sculpture Assise." (Sculptor and model viewing statue of a seated woman).
    1933.
    Etching.
    Bloch 146, Geiser/Baer 297 VI B.
    12 7/16 by 7 1/4 (sheet 17 1/2 x 13 1/2).
    Series: Suite Vollard, plate 40.
    Edition of 250 on petit papier vergé Montval
    Printed by: Lacourière, Paris.
    Courtesy of Allinson Gallery

  • "Wading II (Pink)"
    2012
    Direct to plate photogravure and aquatint
    Edition of 40
    31 1/2" x 30 1/2"
    Courtesy of Paulson Bott Press

  • "Self Portrait"
    Woodcut
    1951
    Edition 116
    Image size 21 1/4 x 18" (506 x 451 mm)
    Courtesy of The Old Print Shop

Galleristny.com is now bigger, and part of Observer.com. We’re bringing you more arts news, as well as culture, design, style, real estate and politics.