Print Connoisseur

Print Connoisseur was an American magazine, dedicated to the art of printmaking. The magazine was published quarterly for a total of 26 issues between 1988 and 2009.Image:print-connoisseur-sample-cover

The magazine covered many aspects of printmaking, including historical and contemporary topics, techniques, and artists. Every issue featured in-depth articles, reviews of exhibitions and books, interviews with artists and collectors, and illustrations of rare prints.

Print Connoisseur was known for its high-quality production values, featuring lavish color illustrations and high-quality printing. The magazine was a favorite among collectors, scholars, artists, and print enthusiasts.

The magazine was founded by Nadine F. Orenstein, a curator of prints and drawings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Print Connoisseur's editorial staff included a number of renowned experts in the field, such as David Acton, Ann Landi, and Susan Tallman.

In 2009, Print Connoisseur ceased publication due to financial difficulties caused by the 2008 financial crisis. Despite its relatively short run, the magazine left a lasting impression on the world of printmaking, providing a valuable resource for collectors, curators, scholars, and anyone interested in the art of printmaking.{{Categories}}

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