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Womanshow 2006: Contemporary Art by American Women Artists

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A Virtual Tour of Womanshow 2006

The new home of Spaightwood Galleries—the former Unitarian Church (built 1874) at 120 Main Street in Upton MA
800-809-3343 or 508-529-2511
View from the corner of Maple and Main St (also known as Highway 140).
Entrance, featuring our new front door.
Beginning at the front door guarded by Mike Weber's ceramic sculpture Watchbeast, we present works by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Betye Saar, Louise Nevelson (3), Pat Steir, Joan Mitchell (2), and Suzanne McClelland.
Turning to the left, we offer works by Helen Frankenthaler, Emmi Whitehorse, Joan Snyder, and Hollis Sigler.
An overview of the show from about 1/3 of the way into the show, with works by Manel Lledos visible left rear, Titus-Carmel's Nuit Carree IV center, and Jonna Rae Brinkman's Homage to Helen Frankenthaler visible over the door to the right.
A slightly later view from the former choir loft adding Susan Rothenberg's screenprint for Lincoln Center on the left and Lee Krasner's lithograph on the right.
The view from the loft showing the main group of Nevelsons. For detailed desciptions, please go to Louise Nevelson
Untitled. Original color aquatint and screenprint with collage, 1975. 90 signed & numbered impressions (of which this is n. 74/90) plus c. 15 artist's proofs. Printed at the 2RC Workshop in Rome with their blindstamp. One of Nevelson's most darkly-mysterious mixed media prints. Image size: 755x508mm. Price: $4675.
Untitled 54-4 (Baro 118). Original color aquatint with collage, 1973. 90 signed & numbered impressions (of which this is n. 6/90) plus c. 15 artist's proofs. Printed at the 2RC Workshop in Rome with their blindstamp. One of Nevelson's most elegant collage-mixed media prints. This impression with a handling crease at the left margin entering into the image area. Image size: 755x495mm. Price: $3675.
Untitled 54-5 (Baro 119). Original color aquatint with collage, 1973. 90 signed & numbered impressions (of which this is n. 82/90) plus c. 15 artist's proofs. Printed at the 2RC Workshop in Rome with their blindstamp. One of Nevelson's most elegant collage-mixed media prints. Image size: 755x508mm. Price: $4675.
Untitled. Original screenprint, c. 1980. 150 signed and numbered impressions on Arches paper (of which this is n. 54/150). Image size: 900x628mm. Price: $2850.
Meditation at Noon (Tamarind 78-660a). Original color lithograph, 1978-79. 7 pencil-signed and numbered impressions printed on gray Rives BFK paper at Tamarind Institute. Our impression is a printer's proof annotated "P.P." There are also 4 trial proofs, 2 Tamarind proofs, and one B.A.T. proof. A beautiful imnpression of this large and rare print. Image size: 1120x762mm. Price: $5400.
The horizontal line about 1/3 from the top is not a crease but part of the image, which incorporas the illusion of fabric.
Night Image (Tamarind 78-657a) Original color lithograph, 1978. 7 pencil-signed and numbered impressions printed on black German etching paper at Tamarind Institute. Our impression is a printer's proof annotated "P.P." There are also 4 trial proofs, 2 Tamarind proofs, and one B.A.T. proof. Image size: 1062x770mm. Price: $5400.
The Night Sounds (Baro 110). Original lead intaglio collage print, 1972. 150 signed & numbered impressions, of which this is n. 150/150. Part of a series of 6 multiple lead reliefs, the work was published by Pace Editions, NY, who recently offered another impression of this print for $8500. Image size: 765x641mm. Price: $6700.
Six-Pointed Star. Cast-paper collage in dark green on hand-made paper, 1980. 90 signed & numbered impressions, of which this is n. 63/90. Published by Pace Editions, NY. Pale water stain across the middle of the support sheet not affecting the collage. Pace Graphics, the publisher, was offering a similar piece for $7500 in March 2001. Image size: 1045x872mm. Price: $4800.
Tropical Leaves (Baro 113). Original lead intaglio collage print, 1972. 150 signed & numbered impressions, of which this is n. 74/150. Part of a series of 6 multiple lead reliefs, the work was published by Pace Editions, NY. Image size: 765x641mm. Price: $6700.
Untitled. Original color etching, aquatint and screenprint, 1983. 50 signed & numbered impressions (of which this is n. 22/50). One of Nevelson's largest and most colorful prints. Image size: 1003x740mm. Price: $6300.
The Paris Review (Baro 83). Original lithograph, 1966. 150 signed & numbered impressions (of which this is n. 74/150). Published as a fundraiser for the Paris Review, one of the most adventuresome literary and artistic journals of the last third of the 20th century, Nevelson joins many distinguished colleagues (including Willem de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, Larry Rivers, Jim Dine, Christo, Robert Indiana, Howard Hodgkins, Jimmy Ernst, Keith Haring, and many others) in contributing an original print for the journal. Image size: 1003x740mm. Price: $1800.
The left end wall featuring works by Louise Nevelson, Anita Jung, Speaking in Braille, Leslie Dill, Soul, Louisa Chase, and Margot Humphries (top row), and May Stevens, Le streghe si lavano i capelli, Anita Jung, Speaking in Braille II, Helen Frankenthaler, Sue Coe, AIDS, and Phyllis McGibbon, Study for "The Small Back." Susan Rothenberg's Conductor (for Lincoln Center) is overhead.

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