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The Phillips Collection 

invites you to a preview reception for the exhibition

September 17–October 23, 1988

The Phillips Collection and The Washington Print Club have jointly organized and sponsored the first juried print show of Washington artists to be shown at the museum.

Fifty-seven works by metropolitan area printmakers were chosen from 725 entries submitted by 300 artists living and working in the greater Washington area. Printing methods represented in the exhibition include etching, engraving, aquatint, drypoint, linocut, woodcut, silkscreen, photo-etching, computer ink-jet printing, xerox, monotype, and many combinations thereof.

Alan Fern, Director of the National Portrait Gallery; Willem de Looper, Consulting Curator for the Phillips Collection; and artist Michael Mazur served as exhibition jurors. Major funding for the exhibition has been generously provided by Euro Motorcars, Bethesda, Maryland.

Friday, the sixteenth of September 1988
from five-thirty until seven-thirty o'clock
Please enter at 1600 21st Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20009-1090

This invitation admits two;
please present it at the door.
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