No Two Alike

Who said prints were multiples?  The selection below features all the original prints in our show that were printed in a unique way.  While most monotypes use the matrix just once, leaving all ink on the paper when printed, monoprints will likely feature images created with matrixes that are reused for different inking or coloring each time.  And then, there are all these artists who simply won't abide by any rule, and use the plate of the block to do something unexpected, no matter how much you try to define their technique.  This selection is for those who like to own something unique.
Bosman, Richard: Side View B

Bosman, Richard

Side View B

Monoprint, 2016.

$3,000

Richard Bosman created a preparatory study that served as the principal base image for the Side View series of monoprints. The study was then digit...

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Chin

Hull, Richard

Chin

Monotype, 2015.

$3,000

Monotype printed on Arches Cover paper. Although monotype is typically thought of as a painterly medium, to make "Chin" Richard Hull used water sol...

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Bluebird

Hull, Richard

Bluebird

Monotype, 2017.

$5,000

Richard Hull used water soluble crayons to produce this print. Monotypes tend to be painterly, but using crayon allowed Hull to achieve drawn lines...

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Moth

Hull, Richard

Moth

Monotype, 2017.

$5,000

Richard Hull used water soluble crayons to produce this print. Monotypes tend to be painterly, but using crayon allowed Hull to achieve drawn lines...

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KEMP, Marketa: Portrait 6

KEMP, Marketa

Portrait 6

Monotype, 2017.

$425

Monotype printed on wove paper. Signed, titled, dated and annotated "1/1" in pencil, on the verso.