The medium has a long history, but it was only with the rise of modernism in the late 19th century that artists began to accept it on a larger scale. One of the most prominent printing practitioners and the man who enriched and enriched him was Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Later artists such as Picasso, Escher, and Miró worked with lithography while avant-garde practitioners such as Josef Albers and his colleagues from the Bauhaus experimented more with silk printing a technique that developed in the 1
Selected Image: Jill Moser – Soft Assembly 3, 2003. All images are courtesy of the respective gallery.