DescriptionJohn Frazier Provincetown Dry Point Fine Art Print, #5/20 (1917). John Frazier studied under William Cushing Loring, George Bridgman and C. W. Hawthorne, and taught at the University of Kansas (1917-23), and the Rhode Island School of Design (1923-62). His work is in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Brooklyn Museum, Brown University and the Spencer Museum of Art. Drypoint etching is an intaglio technique used in preparing metal plates for printmaking. Lines are scratched directly into the plate. Thicker lines are made by applying more pressure to the burin or etching needle. Incising the cold metal creates ragged ridges, called the burr. This piece has a plate area of 4" x 5.5", and the piece is in Excellent condition.
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