Herschel V. Jones; the imprint of a great collector.
Herschel V. Jones; the imprint im·print
tr.v. im·print·ed, im·print·ing, im·prints
1. To produce (a mark or pattern) on a surface by pressure.
2. To produce a mark on (a surface) by pressure.
3. of a great collector.
Michaux, Lisa Dickinson.
Minneapolis Institute of Arts The Minneapolis Institute of Arts is a comprehensive art museum located in Minneapolis, Minnesota on a campus that covers nearly 8 acres (32,000 m²). It does not charge an entrance fee (although it does charge for some special exhibitions), and allows photography of its permanent
This catalogue accompanies an exhibition held in 2006 showcasing highlights from the outstanding Herschel V. Jones collection of prints at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Two essays document the collection's formation by William Mead Ladd in Portland, Oregon and its sale (to Portland's great regret) to Jones in 1916, who donated it to the MIA MIA
A member of the armed services who is reported missing following a combat mission and whose status as to injury, capture, or death is unknown.
[m(issing) i(n) a(ction). . The 79 prints are reproduced in full-page plates of excellent quality, with catalogue essays by Michaux, a curator at the MIA. The volume is oversized o·ver·size
1. A size that is larger than usual.
2. An oversize article or object.
adj. o·ver·size also o·ver·sized
Larger in size than usual or necessary. (9.25x12.25") and distributed by the U. of Minnesota Press.
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