Printmaking in New Orleans

THNOC with University Press of Mississippi 2006
hardcover • 9½" × 11" • 272 pp.
117 color images, 70 b/w images
ISBN 978-1-57806-768-8

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2007 Independent Publisher Award for Best Regional Non-Fiction (South)

A visually stunning book, spanning cultural strata from highbrow to pop, Printmaking in New Orleans offers the first in-depth examination of the printmaker’s art in Louisiana, from colonial times to the present day. Copublished by The Historic New Orleans Collection and the University Press of Mississippi, Printmaking in New Orleans is edited with an introduction by Jessie J. Poesch, professor emerita of art history at Newcomb College of Tulane University.

The book’s 14 chapters were prepared by an impressive group of experts familiar with engravings, lithographs, photographs, maps, commercial illustrations, and sheet music of New Orleans.