Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art/Univ. Of Wash. Press, 2001. 192 pgs. 269 illustrations, 45 in color. Essays by David R. Brigham, Cindy Medley-Buckner, and Kymberly N. Pinder. Published on occasion of the exhibition "Dox Thrash: An African American Master Printmaker Rediscovered" at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Oct. 2001-Feb. 2002. "During the early years of the Depression in Philadelphia, Thrash found part-time work as a graphic designer, while also beginning to make a name for himself as a painter. But it was a a printmaker that he would leave his most lasting mark." Includes glossary of printmaking terms. Frontispiece: detail of "A New Day." Bound in burgundy cloth, gilt lettering on spine. DJ front: Dox Thrash, "Harmonica Blues," DJ back: Dox Thrash in the Fine Print Workshop, Philadelphia Federal Art Project, ca. 1940.. Cloth. As New/As New. Illus. by Thrash, Dox.
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