Art in Print offers important and timely writing on art and prints by an international array of curators and critics, artists and scholars. Our reach is global, and encompasses the complete history of printed images from ancient China to 21st century Brooklyn.
Printmaking Today provides a forum for printmakers to exchange of practical information and helps to build bridges between practitioners and collectors or curators. It focuses on printmaking's unique qualities and strives to represent printmaking as an international art form.
Print Quarterly is the leading international journal dedicated to the art of the print from its origins to the present. It is peer-reviewed. The Journal publishes recent scholarship on a wide range of topics, including printmakers, iconography, social and cultural history, popular culture, print collecting, book illustration, decorative prints, and techniques such as engraving, etching, woodcutting, lithography and digital printmaking. The Journal strives to cover Asian, Latin American and African printmaking as well as the Western tradition.
The Journal of the Print World has been in publication for over 35 years and is the only publication devoted exclusively to antique and contemporary works of fine art on paper. Whether a printmaker, artist, academician, museum curator or passionate collector, you’ll enjoy original articles written by experts who cover classical and contemporary artists and their works of fine art on paper that enrich our lives.
AskART is an online database containing close to 300,000 artists, with information ranging from biographies to auction records. Their website has become the preferred tool for collectors, gallery owners, researchers, appraisers, museum and library personnel, artists, insurers, scholars, art aficionados… really anyone with an interest in two and three-dimensional original fine art. They offer extensive biographical information about American artists, as well as book and periodical references, along with international artists’ auction records and images. Over 7,500 museums, dealers, and auction houses are referenced. AskART subscribers have complete access to this information, including artists’ financial graphics.
The Illustrated Bartsch, an encyclopedic and authoritative compilation of European printmakers from the Renaissance through the mid 1800s, including engraving, etching, woodcut and other techniques. The inspiration of General Editor Walter L. Strauss (1922 - 1988), a distinguished scholar in the field of 16th-century German prints, The Illustrated Bartsch is based on Adam von Bartsch's (1757-1821) ambitious but unillustrated catalog of Old Master prints.