Winter exhibits at Silvermine to feature new guild members, director's choice and modern printmaker
., first studied art in Chile and Brazil before finishing his education at the Slade School of Art in London, and with the famous printmaker, Stanley William Hayter at Atelier 17 in Paris.
Greenwich’s Bruce Museum looks back as it prepares for its grand opening expansion in 2023
And longtime supporter William L. ... Other objects donated to the collection include a portfolio of nine engravings by Stanley William Hayter; a group of 30 original Art Moderne posters; 60 works comprised of ...
Greenwich Arts Council hosting ‘The Women of Atelier 17’ exhibit
Staff reports The Greenwich Arts Council is partnering with Dolan/Maxwell Gallery and author Christina Weyl to host “The Women of Atelier 17,” an exhibition of prints and works on paper made by artists who ...
Rediscovering Howard at the ‘Margin of Chaos’
That exhibition looked, for the first time, at the connections among three artists: Stanley William Hayter, Gordon Onslow Ford and Howard.
Exhibit traces 'Lineage of Modernism'
While Brants was still in college, she began advanced printmaking studies with British artist Stanley William Hayter at at the New School for Social Research in Greenwich Village. Through Hayter, Brants met and ...
Westport, Weston artists' work exhibited at Silvermine
., Gonzalez-Tornero first studied art in Chile and Brazil before finishing his education at the Slade School of Art in London, and with the famous printmaker, Stanley William Hayter at Atelier 17 in Paris.
Print It! Yale exhibit explores boutny of post-WWII printmaking
Perhaps the most seminal event in the history of 20th century printmaking was the displacement of Stanley William Hayter's Atelier 17 from Paris to New York. Hayter's innovative methods redefined the art of ...
Helen Phillips Hayter
Hayter was a native of Fresno and the former wife of the late Stanley William Hayter, regarded by critics as the father of modern printmaking. The couple resided for some 40 years in Paris, where Stanley Hayter ...
Art Scene By Carolee Ross
The exhibition also features a rare plaster print by Stanley William Hayter and Norwalk artist Gabor Peterdi, as well as a more recent plaster print by Cathy Mooses.
Margaret Herscher -- versatile artist and photographer
She studied etching with Stanley William Hayter at his Atelier 17 workshop in Paris.