Warrington Colescott has been casting an eye on human behavior and devising satirical prints since the 1940s. A native of California, Colescott moved to Wisconsin in 1949 and worked as a professor of art until 1986. The Prints of Warrington Colescott: A Catalogue Raissone, 1948-2008 collects, for the first time, the artists extensive career. Essays contextualize and examine the evolution of his printmaking, making sure to establish Colescott’s position in the history of American print making.

The book is available from University of Wisconsin Press.

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