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Spring Online Edition, May 14 - 28, 2021

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Harlan and Weaver Inc. is a workshop and publisher specializing in etching and other forms of intaglio printmaking. Since its beginning in 1984, the studio has worked with many artists such as Louise Bourgeois, Kiki Smith, Stanley Whitney, Francesco Clemente, James Siena, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Joanne Greenbaum, Steve DiBenedetto among others. Artists working with Harlan and Weaver have created some of the most notable etchings of the past two decades. Prints published by Harlan and Weaver have been acquired by important print collections, both private and public, including, in New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the New York Public Library, and the Whitney Museum of American Art.

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Louise Bourgeois, Together, 2005

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This year Harlan and Weaver is pleased to present prints in series and individual works with hand coloring. Louise Bourgeois’ The Reticent Child, 2004 and Bonnie Lucas’ Three Friends, 2020, for example, are part of an extensive history of both variable editions and works in series.
Bourgeois often used hand coloring to test the boundaries of her editions, a structure which traditionally demands consistency from beginning to end.
Lucas came to the workshop during the height of the pandemic in New York City. Despite the complications associated with this time the resulting suite of prints, Three Friends, 2020 concentrate feeling of joy and pain.
Kiki Smith’s suite of seven hand-colored prints titled Seven Seas, 2012 were made to be seen together. After impressions were taken from the plates, Smith applied watercolor to the initial proofs. The brightly hued shorelines in this series suggest fantastic locales only accessible in our imaginations.
Untitled, 2010 by Joanne Greenbaum was originally part of an edition, printed in black on white bright paper. Greenbaum enthusiastically seized the opportunity to draw over an existing composition. The result shown here is one of the several remarkable prints-drawings Greenbaum created.

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Harlan and Weaver, Inc., Contemporary Fine Art Print Publisher

Louise Bourgeois

Male and Female

2005

18 1/4 x 12 3/4 inches

drypoint, engraving and aquatint with chine collé

Harlan and Weaver, Inc

35

Price on Request

Louise Bourgeois

Male and Female

2005

18 1/4 x 12 3/4 inches

drypoint, engraving and aquatint with chine collé

Harlan and Weaver, Inc.

35

Price on Request

Louise Bourgeois

Together

2005

15 x 17 inches

Engraving with chine-colle

Harlan and Weaver, Inc.

15

Price on Request

Louise Bourgeois

Together

2005

15 x 17 inches

Engraving with chine-colle

Harlan and Weaver, Inc.

15

Price on Request

Kiki Smith in the studio. Photo credit: Harlan and Weaver, New York

Louise Bourgeois

Together

2005

15 x 17 inches

Engraving with chine-colle

Harlan and Weaver, Inc.

15

Price on Request

Joanne Greenbaum and Carol Weaver in the studio. Photo credit: Harlan and Weaver, New York.

Louise Bourgeois

Male and Female

18 1/4 x 12 3/4 inches

drypoint, engraving and aquatint with chine collé

35

Price on Request

Louise Bourgeois

Male and Female

18 1/4 x 12 3/4 inches

drypoint, engraving and aquatint with chine collé

35

Price on Request

Louise Bourgeois

Together

15 x 17 inches

Engraving with chine-colle

15

Price on Request

Louise Bourgeois

Together

15 x 17 inches

Engraving with chine-colle

15

Price on Request

Louise Bourgeois

Together

15 x 17 inches

Engraving with chine-colle

15

Price on Request