© Joan Miró / Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York, NY.

Modern and Old Master Prints

From Rembrandt van Rijn to Pablo Picasso, many of art history’s greatest talents were practiced printmakers, entranced by the intricate processes of etching, engraving, and lithography. Before the era of digital photography, printmaking enabled these artists to share their artistic visions with new audiences. “A painting is a unique example for a single collector,” the Surrealist Joan Miró once said. “But if I pull 75 examples, I increase by 75 times the number of people who can own a work of mine. I increase the reach of my message 75 times.” With prints by old and modern masters, today’s collectors can behold some of art history’s greatest hits, including Albrecht Dürer’s detailed woodcuts, Thomas Hart Benton’s swirling landscapes,

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