(Purchase, NY, 1985). 18 x 15. Seven collotypes from photographs are each numbered 13/20 and signed by the artist. Each is laid into a printed folder of Arches paper, along with title and colophon folios. In a linen portfolio box (slightly bowed) by George Wieck. Fine. Item #18363
A collotype--a beautiful, delicate nineteenth century form of image making--is an inked print pulled from a gelatine surface. Seven artists in the Visual Arts department of SUNY Purchase chose one of his photographs for this project. Some photos were taken expressly for this work; some are earlier. They represent a range of artistic expression. Collotypes printed by Jim Frank; letterpress by Leonard Seastone.
No. 13 of 20 copies plus one printer's proof. Only copies located are at Yale and The Grolier Club.