Terry Winters: Printed Works by Nan Rosenthal
4to. pp. 40. illustrated. bibliography. paperback (near fine - corners bit creased, pen ma). New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art & Yale University Press, .
Published in conjunction with an exhibition.
ISBN-10: 0300090838 / ISBN 13: 9780300090833
The American artist Terry Winters (b 1949), known for his sensuously abstract paintings and drawings, is also a distinguished printmaker. He has explored a wide range of printing methods and techniques, including intaglio, lithography, screenprinting, woodcut, and linoleum cut, and has worked at such notable print ateliers as Universal Limited Art Editions in West Islip, New York, and the Aldo Crommelynck studio in Paris. Winters's early works, sometimes described as organic abstraction, resonate with echoes of the natural world, while his more recent prints contain layered abstract fields that address how consciousness relates to visual form. This catalogue, accompanying a retrospective exhibition of Winters's prints, will consist of a short essay, a selected bibliography, and a checklist of approximately 90 works. The prints, all from the collection of the Metropolitan Museum, will be on display from 12th June to 30th September 2001.