DAC Collection Object Information
Monotype printed in water-soluble printing ink and casein from two woodblocks on Asian wove paper
The artist referred to this body of work as “print-painting” because he used acrylic paint for the design on the blocks, serving as a more permanent matrix than the usual transfer of ink in monotype; he then printed repeatedly, rubbing the same image by hand in varied colors.
Dimensions (Image): 1109 x 708 mm (43.7 x 27.9 in.)
Signed in pencil, lower right: “Glankoff/’72”
Edition: Unique impression. The “PP” in “PP2096-72” stands for “Print Painting.”
Accession number: 1992.21.1
Gift of Wendy Snyder (widow of the artist), 1992
Provenance / Collectors' marks: Estate of the artist
Bibliography: Sam Glankoff (1894-1982): A Retrospective Exhibition (Rutgers University, 1984), passim; Glankoff Estate ref. no. PP2096-72.
Work Type: print
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