Silkscreen print on paper, n.d.
Bequest of Charles Williams Detwiler, Jr. – Courtesy Penn Museum
Penn Museum displays Northwest Coast and Inuit Prints and Drawings from their collection http://buff.ly/1dxmxZ0 #PennMuseum#printmaking
New Deal era murals will be preserved! Family Court Bldg’s art in new light http://buff.ly/18WpB33 #philly #PreservationAlliance #HistPres
Just what the lady sez: a Large Woodcut Mural on the side of a bldg! – Night One http://buff.ly/1dztlFk #printmaking #wooodcut #publicart
Edo-era house museum in Takayama, Japan – I want to go there! via http://greg.org : http://buff.ly/1biqK61 #Japan, #architecture
Elfreth’s Alley backstory yields clues to life of #Philly immigrants — NewsWorks http://buff.ly/1dDwp3l #archeology #histpres #socialhistory
The Beineke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale has unlocked its vaults to display its rarest and oldest printed objects in the new exhibit, “Permanent Markers: aspects of the history of printing.” http://news.yale.edu/2013/07/02/permanent-markers-aspects-history-