Participating Dealers

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Armstrong Fine Art
Late 19th- and early 20th-century prints and drawings

Charles-Louis Houdard
Grenouilles, 1894
Color aquatint
Courtesy of Armstrong Fine Art

C.G. Boerner
New York
Old master and modern prints and drawings

Carl Wilhelm Kolbe
Youth Playing a Lyre to a Maiden by a Fountain, 1803
Courtesy of C.G. Boerner

William P. Carl Fine Prints
Durham, North Carolina
19th- and 20th-century European and American prints 

Christopher R.W. Nevinson
Making the Engine, 1917
Courtesy of William P. Carl Fine Prints

Crown Point Press
San Francisco
Publisher of fine art etchings

Patricia Treib
Drape, 2018
Color sugar lift, soap ground aquatints with spit bite aquatints
Courtesy of Crown Point Press

Flatbed Press & Gallery
Austin, Texas
Publisher of limited edition original prints

Suzi Davidoff
New Mexico Geology | Allium
Etching with sugar lift, aquatint, spit bite, chine collé
Courtesy of Flatbed Press

Flowers Gallery
New York & London
Contemporary prints and drawings

Tom Hammick
Lunography, 2017
Reduction woodcut
Courtesy of Flowers Gallery

Thomas French Fine Art
Fairlawn, Ohio
American, European, and Japanese prints and drawings

Felix Buhot
Westminster Palace, 1884
Courtesy of Thomas French Fine Art

Jerald Melberg Gallery
Charlotte, North Carolina
Representing modern and contemporary artists from the United States, Europe, and South America

Romare Bearden
The Lamp, 1984
Lithograph with foil stamping
Courtesy of Jerald Melberg Gallery

Mireille Mosler
New York
Dutch old master, modern, and contemporary art

Sigisbert Chrétien Bosch Reitz
Morning Glory, 1899-1900
Colored chalk on paper
Courtesy of Mireille Mosler

Galerie Myrtis
Baltimore, Maryland
Representing emerging to mid-career artists who have achieved regional, national, and international acclaim

Delita Martin
I Look for You, from “Shadows in the Garden,” 2019
Gold leaf, fabric, decorative papers, hand stitching
Courtesy of Galerie Myrtis

Paulson Fontaine Press
Berkeley, California
Publisher of limited edition intaglio prints 

Chris Johanson
Energy 1, 2018
Color sugarlift aquatint and chine collé
Courtesy of Paulson Fontaine Press

Mary Ryan Gallery
New York
Postwar and contemporary art

Yvonne Jacquette
Hudson Reflections, 2011
Color lithograph
Printed by Shark’s Ink, Lyons, Colo., courtesy of Mary Ryan Gallery