Benefit Prints

Prints by prominent contemporary artists on sale to benefit the Archives of American Art. For more information on prices and availability, please contact BohannanS@si.edu.
  • Borgo by William Bailey
    William Bailey, Borgo, etching, 2005
  • Durham Dogwood by Polly Apfelbaum
    Polly Apfelbaum, Durham Dogwood, PA, variant woodblock print in 19 colors, 2010
  • For Andre, Black on Lime by Judy Pfaff
    Judy Pfaff, For André, special edition print, Black on Lime, 2002
  • For Andre, Black on Peach by Judy Pfaff
    Judy Pfaff, For André, special edition print, Black on Peach, 2002
  • For Andre, Brown on Green by Judy Pfaff
    Judy Pfaff, For André, special edition print, Brown on Green, 2002
  • For Andre, Green on Peach by Judy Pfaff
    Judy Pfaff, For André, special edition print, Green on Peach, 2002
  • For Andre, Red on Lime by Judy Pfaff
    Judy Pfaff, For André, special edition print, Red on Lime, 2002
  • For the Archives by Joel Shapiro
    Joel Shapiro, For the Archives, inkjet print, 2008
  • Inlet by April Gornik
    April Gornik, Inlet, lithograph, 2003
  • Moonlight by Ellen Phelan
    Ellen Phelan, Moonlight, inkjet print, 2008
  • Santa Barbara Patio by Robert Bechtle
    Robert Bechtle, Santa Barbara Patio, lithograph,1982
  • Sellf Portrait, 2009 by Richard Artschwager
    Richard Artschwager, Self portrait, lithograph, 2009
  • Thai Lines, 2006 by Julian Lethbridge
    Julian Lethbridge, Thai Lines 2006, screenprint, 2006
  • The Face of the Critic by Louise Bourgeois
    Louise Bourgeois, The Face of the Critic, special edition print, 1998
  • Untitled by Chuck Close
    Chuck Close, untitled, 1996
  • Untitled by Cindy Sherman
    Cindy Sherman, Untitled, c-print, 2004
  • Untitled by Frank Stella

    Frank Stella, Untitled 1988, study for giufa a la beretta rossa,

    “lithographic miniature of a color pencil drawing,” 1993
  • Untitled by Pat Steir
    Pat Steir, untitled, monoprint, 2011

Photograph of an artist's easel side table with paints and other materials
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