Building a National Collection


Old Masters
in the
New World

Two Early Collectors

Pictures at the Exhibitions

The Artist as Collector

The Schoff Collection

The Ferris Collection

The Sloan Collection


The Curator as Collector

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Building a National Collection
150 Years of Print Collecting at the Smithsonian


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Singular Impressions: The Monotype in America
From the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Cooper-Hewitt's Drue Heinz Study Center for Drawings & Prints
Housing over 160,000 works on paper, it ranks among the world's foremost repositories of European and American designs for architecture, decorative arts, gardens, interiors, ornament, theater, textiles, and graphic and industrial design.

The International Print Center in New York
The first and only non-profit institution devoted solely to the exhibition and understanding of both historical and contemporary fine art prints.

Spencer Museum of Art Printroom Home Page
Index of Image Maps of Printmaking Techniques (See Selected Prints in Great Detail). Send email to Jeff Bangert This page is supported in part by the ASTUTE Center, University of Kansas, and the Max Kade Foundation, Inc.

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