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482 x 632 mm (19 x 24.9 in.)
Richard Bosman, American, b. born 1944
Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Diptych etching and aquatint printed from six plates in three runs on two sheets of Rives BFK paper
Print impression quality: Excellent
Edition: 10/41; printed at Branstead Studio, New York; published by Brooke Alexander, New York
Marks: Signed in pencil, lower right: “Bosman”; inscribed in pencil, lower left: “10/41”
Bibliography: Print Collector’s Newsletter vol. 23, no. 4 (September–October 1992), p. 141.
Credit Line: Friends of the Davison Art Center funds, 1992
Accession Number: 1992.28.1
Keywords Click a term to view the records with the same keywordThis object has the following keywords:
- diptychs - Pairs of panels hinged together; used by ancient Romans for writing tablets, often having images on the outer surfaces. In Medieval and later times, used primarily to support images, especially on the interior surfaces. Most often composed of carved ivory or of painted wood panels. Also used of other works having two related images side by side. [January 1995 related term added.]
- landscapes (representations) - Use for creative works that depict outdoor scenes where the picture is dominated by the configuration, visual and aesthetic, of the land, bodies of water, and natural elements. When the ocean or other large body of water dominates the picture, use "seascapes." For images that are more documentary than creative, prefer "views" or "topographical views." For actual areas of land having certain notable characteristics, use "landscapes (environments)." [January 1993 scope note added; related term added. April 1991 descriptor moved; lead-in term added; descriptor changed, was "landscapes"; alternate term changed, was 'landscape'.]
- night scenes
- sequences - Use for groups of objects, images, or data elements arranged in a specified order. For photographs taken in chronological order to record motion or change, use "chronophotographs" or "motion photographs."
- plate Dimensions: 482 x 632 mm (19 x 24.9 in.)
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