Etch and Flow

Exhibition Info
Historic Landmark Building
Curators
Ramey Mize
Contemplate the improvisational quality of the etched line in works associated with the American Etching Revival and Impressionist art movements.

This exhibition will accompany From the Schuylkill to the Hudson: Landscapes of the Early American Republicas a satellite installation featuring prints by artists associated with the American Etching Revival and Impressionism. The improvisatory quality of the etched line, drawn directly on the plate in en plein air settings, made it particularly suited to landscape subjects, and especially water scenes.

This exhibition, curated by Ramey Mize, a doctoral candidate at the University of Pennsylvania, will showcase this theme as reflected in PAFA's significant repository of etchings, many of which were acquired through the John S. Phillips Fund.

Exhibition Support

Etch and Flow is supported by Linda Seyda and Robert Boris and by a grant from the IFPDA Foundation.

Special Exhibitions are generously supported by Emily and Mike Cavanagh, Jonathan L. Cohen, Ro and Martin King, Robert E. Kohler and Frances Coulborn Kohler, Maggie and Brien Murphy, and Dorothy and Ken Woodcock.

Historic Exhibitions are generously supported by The Templeton Family.

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