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2 edition of Antonio Frasconi [printmaker]. found in the catalog.

Antonio Frasconi [printmaker].

Manuel Gasser

Antonio Frasconi [printmaker].

by Manuel Gasser

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Frasconi, Antonio.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 500-515
    Number of Pages515
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19507525M

      Antonio Rudolfo Frasconi, Uruguayan American artist and illustrator (born Ap , Buenos Aires, Arg.—died Jan. 8, , Norwalk, Conn.), was long regarded as the foremost woodcut artist in the U.S. His work was displayed in a number of museums, including the National Gallery of Art and the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery (both in Washington, D.C.), and he. Slave ship / artist, Antonio Frasconi. Summary Print shows three African male slaves shackled together below deck in the dark while a white man stands above on deck in the light holding a whip and looking down at them. Contributor Names Frasconi, Antonio, artist.

    Antonio Frasconi is the author of The House That Jack Built ( avg rating, 78 ratings, 16 reviews, published ), Overhead the Sun ( avg rating, /5. Antonio Frasconi presents varied artwork: prints, literary illustrations, porfolios, portraits, lettering, posters, and box art. Mostly, the book includes woodcuts, some presented in black-and-white and some in color, with many in full-page--though some in reduced form.

    Posts about Antonio Frasconi written by oldprintgallery. We are very excited to announce our early spring show, RED, which will open with a nighttime reception on Febru RED is a group show of contemporary and early 20 th century printmakers who feature the emboldened and passionate hue of red in their prints. Red is the color of blood, fire, earthen clay and blushing petals, and. - Caption label from exhibit "Creative Space" Founding the Printmaking Workshop: Antonio Frasconi was born in Argentina and moved to Uruguay at an early age. During the s, he worked as a political cartoonist and illustrator before coming to New York in , where he .


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Antonio Frasconi [printmaker] by Manuel Gasser Download PDF EPUB FB2

Feb 1, - Explore suenandouglass's board "Antonio Frasconi", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Printmaking, Prints and Wood engraving pins. Antonio Frasconi presents varied artwork: prints, literary illustrations, porfolios, portraits, lettering, posters, and box art.

Mostly, the book includes woodcuts, some presented in black-and-white and some in color, with many in full-page--though some in reduced form. There's even a /5(5). Antonio Frasconi, born to Italian parents on Ap in Buenos Aires, Argentina and raised in Montevideo, Uruguay, is one of the best known Latin American printmakers in both the Americas, Europe and Asia, where his work enriches principal collections, including the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., the Fine Antonio Frasconi [printmaker].

book Museums of San. Antonio Frasconi () (Uruguay/American) an artist, teacher, and author recognized for his woodcuts, artist’s books and children’s books. As an artist Frasconi split his time between woodcut images for sale as individual objects, artist’s books and children’s books.

1 Oct - Explore turubara's board "Antonio Frasconi" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Prints, Printmaking and Illustration pins. In Frasconi won a Horn Book Fanfare award for The Snow and the Sun - La Nieve y el Sol a book he had created in two languages.

He has frequently produced multilingual books. Also inhe was elected into the National Academy of Design as an Associate member, and became a.

Kaleidoscope in Woodcuts Hardcover – January 1, by A. Frasconi (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating5/5(1). Antonio Frasconi was born in Uruguay in to Italian parents. By the age of 12 he was apprenticing with local printmakers and began creating political cartoons for. Mr. Frasconi, who died on Jan.

8 at 93, illustrated more than books, and his work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the. Antonio Frasconi has 29 books on Goodreads with ratings. Antonio Frasconi’s most popular book is Leaves of Grass. Dark, graphically strong, and echoing the book format, Frasconi’s art successfully portrays the horrors of torture, incarceration, and killing while specifically preserving the memory of real people.

Antonio Frasconi died on January 8, in New York City. One of the foremost woodcut and book artists since the s, Antonio Frasconi is best known for combining realist and symbolic imagery to address political and social issues. His work also includes such subjects as bestiaries, lyrical landscapes, and illustrations for children’s stories and other literary works.

Frasconi book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. Many are very poorly put together - almost like scanned versions simply plopped into a word processor and uploaded to Amazon - and selling for $10 - $1.

What I find most fascinating is this one - by Martino Fine Books (listed as Leaves of Grass ; {exact Facsimile of the Edition] - /5(K).

Antonio Frasconi (28 April in Montevideo, Uruguay – 8 January in Norwalk, CT, USA) was an Uruguayan - American visual artist, best known for his woodcuts. He was raised in Montevideo, Uruguay, and lived in the United States since Wikidata Q Antonio Frasconi became well known for his woodcuts after moving to the U.S.

in to study at the Art Student's League in New York City. Frasconi has done a variety of work over the course of his career in advertising, magazine illustrations, posters, record covers, Christmas cards and books - the latter of which I will be showing, specifically some of the children's books that Frasconi has Author: Jil Casey.

- Explore joancolbert's board "Antonio Frasconi" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Printmaking, Prints and Wood engraving pins. A popular edition of this work, Let America Be America Again brings their important collaboration to a wider audience, faithfully reproducing the intricacy and subtlety of Frasconi's prints.

Each coupling of image and stanza conveys Hughes'and Frasconi'sdream of justice for all with compelling force/5(2). Antonio Frasconi (28 April in Montevideo, Uruguay – 8 January in Norwalk, CT, USA) was an Uruguayan - American visual artist, best known for his was raised in Montevideo, Uruguay, and lived in the United States since Children: Pablo Frasconi, Miguel Frasconi.

Antonio Frasconi, woodcut artist and children’s-book illustrator, died on January 9th at the age of I heard about it this morning, but I’ve yet to find a full obituary (apart from this brief notice by Joey of Purchase College).So, I’m writing a few words.

The work of Norwalk printmaker Antonio Frasconi, including this image of a sun high over a Norwalk salt marsh, will be on display at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking .Dec 2, - Explore davehile's board "antonio frasconi woodcuts", followed by people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Printmaking, Prints and Illustration art pins.Legendary artist, Antonio Frasconi died January 8th at the age of 93 at his home in Norwalk, Connecticut. Frasconi had a long and prestigious career as one of the America's greatest printmakers. Working primarily in wood, he illustrated over books, album covers, Christmas cards, magazine illustrations and even a US postage stamp.