Donald Furst

Polystep

$250.00
  • Polystep

Donald Furst

Polystep

$250.00

stone lithograph

6 x 5 inch image on paper (unframed)

pencil signed, numbered, and titled by the artist from an edition of 20 hand-made original lithographs.

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This singular work of art is an original print made using either traditional or modern fine art printmaking techniques. Although it is part of an edition of similar images, each one is hand-made, one-at-a-time, by the artist, and no two are ever exactly the same. Visit our online glossary page for more information on the various terms and techniques used to make the artwork on this website.

Donald Furst is a Professor of Art in the UNC-Wilmington Department of Art and Art History in Wilmington, North Carolina. He specializes in mezzotint and other forms of intaglio printmaking and, for over 35 years has exhibited widely in national and international exhibitions. His artwork can be found in the collections of Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University; Nelson-Atkins Museum; State of Hawaii Foundation on Culture and the Arts; Plains Art Museum; and Oregon Art Institute.

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stone lithograph

6 x 5 inch image on paper (unframed)

pencil signed, numbered, and titled by the artist from an edition of 20 hand-made original lithographs.

NEED THIS PIECE FRAMED? CLICK HERE.

This singular work of art is an original print made using either traditional or modern fine art printmaking techniques. Although it is part of an edition of similar images, each one is hand-made, one-at-a-time, by the artist, and no two are ever exactly the same. Visit our online glossary page for more information on the various terms and techniques used to make the artwork on this website.

Donald Furst is a Professor of Art in the UNC-Wilmington Department of Art and Art History in Wilmington, North Carolina. He specializes in mezzotint and other forms of intaglio printmaking and, for over 35 years has exhibited widely in national and international exhibitions. His artwork can be found in the collections of Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University; Nelson-Atkins Museum; State of Hawaii Foundation on Culture and the Arts; Plains Art Museum; and Oregon Art Institute.