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Lynn Shaler

Lynn Shaler

Fine Prints 1972-2017

Edited by Diana Stork


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  • The first major monograph on American artist Lynn Shaler
  • Features many previously unpublished works
  • Includes a complete catalogue of Lynn Shaler's prints to date
  • Shaler's work is represented in important public collections, including the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (Paris), the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), the Library of Congress (Washington D.C.), and the Victoria & Albert Museum (London)
Full Description

From her early depictions of individual objects to her later works featuring complex interiors, American artist Lynn Shaler’s works are distinctive, characterised by a colourful aquatint technique combined with carefully etched lines. Over a forty-year career, she has created more than two hundred aquatint etchings and has been included in major museum collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Library of Congress, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Lynn Shaler: Fine Prints, 1972-2017 is the first catalogue to spotlight this important American artist’s entire body of work. Many of the etchings have been inspired by locations in Paris, where Shaler has lived for three decades. The book reproduces nearly all of her works, alongside accompanying essays which examine recurring themes and motifs in Shaler’s work, such as architectural details or intimate interior views opening onto an exterior scene.

About the Author

Diana Stork is a former college professor and organisational consultant who transitioned to a portfolio career, taking on a variety of projects and activities.

Scheidegger & Spiess
3rd Jul 2018
World excluding Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Puerto Rico, United States, Canada, and Japan
280 mm x 240 mm
288 Pages
288 color, 270 b&w
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