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The Prints of William Walmsley

Event Details:
October 29, 2013 - May 4, 2014
Location: The Thomas H. Jacobsen Gallery of American Art

 

William Walmsley (American, 1923 - 2003), Ding Dong Daddy, #10 Indian, 20th Century, color lithograph on ivory wove paper, 19 1/2 x 24 in., Gift of Mary Sacco from the Print Collection of William Walmsley, AG.2012.5.9.  

A professor at Florida State University, Bill Walmsley was known for his blatant irony, raucous humor, and shameless punning. He is also regarded as an impressive printmaker (he holds the record for the longest series of prints in the history of art) and the inventor of florescent lithography. His works are in the collections of the High Museum of Art, Muscarelle Museum at William and Mary, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Mint Museum, and Columbus Museum, among others. This exhibition will highlight the works by Walmsley in The Cummer’s permanent collection.

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Event Start Date: 
Tue, 10/29/2013 - Sun, 05/04/2014
Event Location: 
The Thomas H. Jacobsen Gallery of American Art
Summary: 
<p>This exhibition will highlight the works by William Walmsley in The Cummer&rsquo;s permanent collection.</p>

 

William Walmsley (American, 1923 - 2003), Ding Dong Daddy, #10 Indian, 20th Century, color lithograph on ivory wove paper, 19 1/2 x 24 in., Gift of Mary Sacco from the Print Collection of William Walmsley, AG.2012.5.9.  

A professor at Florida State University, Bill Walmsley was known for his blatant irony, raucous humor, and shameless punning. He is also regarded as an impressive printmaker (he holds the record for the longest series of prints in the history of art) and the inventor of florescent lithography. His works are in the collections of the High Museum of Art, Muscarelle Museum at William and Mary, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Mint Museum, and Columbus Museum, among others. This exhibition will highlight the works by Walmsley in The Cummer’s permanent collection.

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William Walmsley (American, 1923 - 2003), Ding Dong Daddy, #10 Indian, 20th Century, color lithograph on ivory wove paper, 19 1/2 x 24 in., Gift of Mary Sacco from the Print Collection of William Walmsley, AG.2012.5.9.  

A professor at Florida State University, Bill Walmsley was known for his blatant irony, raucous humor, and shameless punning. He is also regarded as an impressive printmaker (he holds the record for the longest series of prints in the history of art) and the inventor of florescent lithography. His works are in the collections of the High Museum of Art, Muscarelle Museum at William and Mary, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Mint Museum, and Columbus Museum, among others. This exhibition will highlight the works by Walmsley in The Cummer’s permanent collection.

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William Walmsley (American, 1923 - 2003), Ding Dong Daddy, #10 Indian, 20th Century, color lithograph on ivory wove paper, 19 1/2 x 24 in., Gift of Mary Sacco from the Print Collection of William Walmsley, AG.2012.5.9.  

A professor at Florida State University, Bill Walmsley was known for his blatant irony, raucous humor, and shameless punning. He is also regarded as an impressive printmaker (he holds the record for the longest series of prints in the history of art) and the inventor of florescent lithography. His works are in the collections of the High Museum of Art, Muscarelle Museum at William and Mary, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Mint Museum, and Columbus Museum, among others. This exhibition will highlight the works by Walmsley in The Cummer’s permanent collection.

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William Walmsley (American, 1923 - 2003), Ding Dong Daddy, #10 Indian, 20th Century, color lithograph on ivory wove paper, 19 1/2 x 24 in., Gift of Mary Sacco from the Print Collection of William Walmsley, AG.2012.5.9.  

A professor at Florida State University, Bill Walmsley was known for his blatant irony, raucous humor, and shameless punning. He is also regarded as an impressive printmaker (he holds the record for the longest series of prints in the history of art) and the inventor of florescent lithography. His works are in the collections of the High Museum of Art, Muscarelle Museum at William and Mary, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Mint Museum, and Columbus Museum, among others. This exhibition will highlight the works by Walmsley in The Cummer’s permanent collection.

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William Walmsley (American, 1923 - 2003), Ding Dong Daddy, #10 Indian, 20th Century, color lithograph on ivory wove paper, 19 1/2 x 24 in., Gift of Mary Sacco from the Print Collection of William Walmsley, AG.2012.5.9.  

A professor at Florida State University, Bill Walmsley was known for his blatant irony, raucous humor, and shameless punning. He is also regarded as an impressive printmaker (he holds the record for the longest series of prints in the history of art) and the inventor of florescent lithography. His works are in the collections of the High Museum of Art, Muscarelle Museum at William and Mary, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Mint Museum, and Columbus Museum, among others. This exhibition will highlight the works by Walmsley in The Cummer’s permanent collection.

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William Walmsley (American, 1923 - 2003), Ding Dong Daddy, #10 Indian, 20th Century, color lithograph on ivory wove paper, 19 1/2 x 24 in., Gift of Mary Sacco from the Print Collection of William Walmsley, AG.2012.5.9.  

A professor at Florida State University, Bill Walmsley was known for his blatant irony, raucous humor, and shameless punning. He is also regarded as an impressive printmaker (he holds the record for the longest series of prints in the history of art) and the inventor of florescent lithography. His works are in the collections of the High Museum of Art, Muscarelle Museum at William and Mary, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Mint Museum, and Columbus Museum, among others. This exhibition will highlight the works by Walmsley in The Cummer’s permanent collection.

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William Walmsley (American, 1923 - 2003), Ding Dong Daddy, #10 Indian, 20th Century, color lithograph on ivory wove paper, 19 1/2 x 24 in., Gift of Mary Sacco from the Print Collection of William Walmsley, AG.2012.5.9.  

A professor at Florida State University, Bill Walmsley was known for his blatant irony, raucous humor, and shameless punning. He is also regarded as an impressive printmaker (he holds the record for the longest series of prints in the history of art) and the inventor of florescent lithography. His works are in the collections of the High Museum of Art, Muscarelle Museum at William and Mary, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Mint Museum, and Columbus Museum, among others. This exhibition will highlight the works by Walmsley in The Cummer’s permanent collection.

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William Walmsley (American, 1923 - 2003), Ding Dong Daddy, #10 Indian, 20th Century, color lithograph on ivory wove paper, 19 1/2 x 24 in., Gift of Mary Sacco from the Print Collection of William Walmsley, AG.2012.5.9.  

A professor at Florida State University, Bill Walmsley was known for his blatant irony, raucous humor, and shameless punning. He is also regarded as an impressive printmaker (he holds the record for the longest series of prints in the history of art) and the inventor of florescent lithography. His works are in the collections of the High Museum of Art, Muscarelle Museum at William and Mary, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Mint Museum, and Columbus Museum, among others. This exhibition will highlight the works by Walmsley in The Cummer’s permanent collection.

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William Walmsley (American, 1923 - 2003), Ding Dong Daddy, #10 Indian, 20th Century, color lithograph on ivory wove paper, 19 1/2 x 24 in., Gift of Mary Sacco from the Print Collection of William Walmsley, AG.2012.5.9.  

A professor at Florida State University, Bill Walmsley was known for his blatant irony, raucous humor, and shameless punning. He is also regarded as an impressive printmaker (he holds the record for the longest series of prints in the history of art) and the inventor of florescent lithography. His works are in the collections of the High Museum of Art, Muscarelle Museum at William and Mary, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Mint Museum, and Columbus Museum, among others. This exhibition will highlight the works by Walmsley in The Cummer’s permanent collection.

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Event Start Date: 
Tue, 10/29/2013 - Sun, 05/04/2014
Event Location: 
The Thomas H. Jacobsen Gallery of American Art
Summary: 
<p>This exhibition will highlight the works by William Walmsley in The Cummer&rsquo;s permanent collection.</p>

 

William Walmsley (American, 1923 - 2003), Ding Dong Daddy, #10 Indian, 20th Century, color lithograph on ivory wove paper, 19 1/2 x 24 in., Gift of Mary Sacco from the Print Collection of William Walmsley, AG.2012.5.9.  

A professor at Florida State University, Bill Walmsley was known for his blatant irony, raucous humor, and shameless punning. He is also regarded as an impressive printmaker (he holds the record for the longest series of prints in the history of art) and the inventor of florescent lithography. His works are in the collections of the High Museum of Art, Muscarelle Museum at William and Mary, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Mint Museum, and Columbus Museum, among others. This exhibition will highlight the works by Walmsley in The Cummer’s permanent collection.

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