Three Centuries of American Prints Postcard Pack

About the Exhibition

Since opening in 1941, the Gallery has amassed an outstanding collection of American prints representing the history of American art from the early 18th century to the present. Timed to coincide with the Gallery's 75th anniversary, this first comprehensive exhibition of American prints to encompass three centuries will highlight some 160 works from the Gallery's collection, ranging from John Simon's Four Indian Kings (1710) to Kara Walker's no world (2010).

Three Centuries of American Prints Postcard Pack

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This pack contains postcard reproductions of ten works from the exhibition Three Centuries of American Prints from the National Gallery of Art. The works include: Mabel Dwight's Queer Fish (1936), John Carwitham's A View of Fort George with the City of New York from the SW (c. 1764), Robert Havell Jr.'s American Flamingo (1838), Jasper Johns's Flags I (1973), William H. Johnson's Blind Singer (c. 1940), Roy Lichtenstein's Sweet Dreams, Baby! (1965), Ed Ruscha's Standard Station (1966), Wayne Thiebaud's Eight Lipsticks (1988), Andy Warhol's Marilyn (1967), and George Bellows's A Stag at Sharkey's (1917).

  • Contains 10 postcards


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