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Death in Venice: A Frightful Dream

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Warrington Colescott, Death in Venice: A Frightful Dream, 1971, soft-ground etching, drypoint, photoetching, and aquatint, with vibrograver, and relief rolls through stencils, printed in color on cream Arches paper, The Herbert and Nancy Bernhard Collection, © Warrington Colescott, 91.54.5

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Title

Death in Venice: A Frightful Dream

Related Titles

series (original language): Death in Venice

Artist

Warrington Colescott (American, born 1921)

Date

1971

Medium

soft-ground etching, drypoint, photoetching, and aquatint, with vibrograver, and relief rolls through stencils, printed in color on cream Arches paper

Edition

78/122

Catalogue Raisonné

Chapin 172

Dimensions (H x W x D)

plate: 12 in x 16 3/8 in; sheet: 15 in x 22 1/4 in

Collection Area

Graphic Arts

Category

Prints

Object Type

intaglio print

Culture

American

Credit Line

The Herbert and Nancy Bernhard Collection

Accession Number

91.54.5

Copyright

© Warrington Colescott

Terms

drypoint

drypoints

etching

intaglio printing

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