Provincetown Art Guide 2024 web edition

 

2024 EDITORIAL FEATURE

PIONEERS of the PROVINCETOWN PRINT
By Bill Evaul


The Provincetown Print

THE PROVINCETOWN PRINT

The White Line Process

THE WHITE LINE PROCESS

B.J.O. Nordfeldt

B. J. O. NORDFELDT

Todd Lindenmuth

TODD LINDENMUTH

Blanche Lazzell

BLANCHE LAZZELL

Agnes Weinrich

AGNES WEINRICH

Juliette Nichols

JULIETTE NICHOLS

Ethel Mars

ETHEL MARS

Ada Gilmore

ADA GILMORE

 

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Blanche Lazzell (American, 18781956)
The Pile Driver
1933 White-line wood block print
Collection of Helen and Napi Van Dereck
Image courtesy of Provincetown Art Association and Museum

 

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Publisher Patricia Zur

LETTER from the PUBLISHER


Monday Morning by B.J.O. Nordfeldt

B. J. O. Nordfeldt
Neighbors (Provincetown), 1916
Courtesy of Smithsonian American Art Museum

ABOUT THIS YEAR'S EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTOR

Contributor Bill Evaul is a painter/printmaker working in Provincetown since 1970 when he first arrived as a Fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center. He attended Syracuse University School of Art and holds a BFA from Pratt Institute with graduate seminars at the Whitney Museum of American Art. He is currently at work on a book about the history of the white-line woodblock print with his co-author and long-time student Fred Dylla, who has established the Delaware Woodcut Guild much in the model of the Provincetown Printers.

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