Yale at Norfolk Prints Artist: Peter Ambrose (American, born 1953)
Artist: Robert Andriulli (American, born 1948)
Artist: Sarina Bromberg (American, born 1949)
Artist: Catherine Burgess (Canadian, born 1953)
Artist: Patricia Dahlman (American, born 1952)
Artist: Gary Falk (American, 1954–1986)
Artist: Claudia Fitch (American, born 1952)
Artist: Judith Franklin (American, born 1951)
Artist: Jean Hammond (American, born 1951)
Artist: David Hirsch (B.A. 1975)
Artist: Bryan C. Kay (M.F.A. 1970)
Artist: Kathleen Kelly (B.A. 1973)
Artist: Valerie Kutner (American, born 1950)
Artist: Jill Levine (American, born 1953, M.F.A. 1977)
Artist: Thomas Lynch (B.A. 1975)
Artist: Barbara Marcus (American, born 1953)
Artist: Melissa Miller (American, born 1951)
Artist: Gerald Mitchell (B.A. 1975)
Artist: Andrew Neil (Scottish, born 1950)
Artist: Shari Pero (American, born 1941)
Artist: Minta Phillips (B.A. 1975)
Artist: Susan Podshadley
Artist: Eric Sandgren (American, born 1952, B.A. 1975)
Artist: Robert Seaver (American, born 1952)
Artist: Robert Seyffert (American, born 1952)
Artist: Elena Sisto (American, born 1952)
Artist: Ellen Tranes (American, born 1950)
Artist: Anthony Whitfield (American, born 1954)
Artist: Robert Kirschbaum (American, born 1949, M.F.A. 1974)


Portfolio of prints of various media, incomplete\r\nARCHES, COVER, WHITE, BUFF, RIVES, B.F.K


sheet: 11 × 9 in. (27.94 × 22.86 cm)

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Gift of Charles and Lillian Falk

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20th century


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Women artists




Most prints are inscribed in graphite: 21/60 A. Imp, and include a title.


Most prints are signed and/or dated by the artist.

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