Ten Towers

In no particular order:

Cornelisz Anthonisz

Cornelisz Anthonisz, etching

Michael Dal Cerro

Michael Dal Cerro, woodcut

Ted Ollier

Ted Ollier, intaglio

Sean Caulfield

Sean Caulfield, mezzotint, intaglio, chin colle

Anne-Maree Hunter

Anne-Maree Hunter, book arts, intaglio, silkscreen

Anne Desmet

Anne Desmet, wood engraving/linocut


Friedensreich Hundertwasser, screenprint

Paula Cox

Paula Cox,  linoleum, resin

Vladimir Tatlin

Vladimir Tatlin, letterpress book cover

Nicola Lopez

Nicola López, woodcut and silkscreen on paper

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4 Responses to “Ten Towers”

  1. Nicole says:

    Fabulous! Constant inspiration on this website.

  2. Todd says:

    YES! Wonderful post!!

  3. Amy says:

    The Tower of Babel in multiples – love it

  4. Mary Tasillo says:

    It’s worth noting, for Philadelphia folks, that Ann Marie Hunter’s Tower is on view in a great exhibition of Australian artist books at the University of the Arts, Anderson Hall just north of Pine on Broad, 6th floor Printmaking Gallery, curated by Tara O’Brien. The exhibit closes at the end of this month.