Artist Books

  • Abenteuer der Kannibalen Bioethicists (1/7)

    Enrique Chagoya. American (born Mexico), born 1953

    Abenteuer der Kannibalen Bioethicists (1/7), 2001

    Lithograph and woodcut with black, ochre, blue, yellow, and green ink, chine collé and collage on paper, 26/30

    Printed by Bud Shark, Sharks Ink

    Purchased with the gift of the Arch W. Shaw Foundation, through the courtesy of Nancy Simonds Shaw, class of 1972, administrator

    ID Number: SC 2002:9

  • Abenteuer der Kannibalen Bioethicists (2/7)

    Enrique Chagoya. American (born Mexico), born 1953

    Abenteuer der Kannibalen Bioethicists (2/7), 2001

    Lithograph and woodcut with black, ochre, blue, yellow, and green ink, chine collé, and collage on paper, 26/30

    Printed by Bud Shark, Sharks Ink

    Purchased with the gift of the Arch W. Shaw Foundation, through the courtesy of Nancy Simonds Shaw, class of 1972, administrator

    ID Number: SC 2002:9

  • Abenteuer der Kannibalen Bioethicists (3/7)

    Enrique Chagoya. American (born Mexico), born 1953

    Abenteuer der Kannibalen Bioethicists (3/7), 2001

    Lithograph and woodcut with black, ochre, blue, yellow, and green ink, chine collé, and collage on paper, 26/30

    Printed by Bud Shark, Sharks Ink

    Purchased with the gift of the Arch W. Shaw Foundation, through the courtesy of Nancy Simonds Shaw, class of 1972, administrator

    ID Number: SC 2002:9

  • Abenteuer der Kannibalen Bioethicists (4/7)

    Enrique Chagoya. American (born Mexico), born 1953

    Abenteuer der Kannibalen Bioethicists (4/7), 2001

    Lithograph and woodcut with black, ochre, blue, yellow, and green ink, chine collé, and collage on paper, 26/30

    Printed by Bud Shark, Sharks Ink

    Purchased with the gift of the Arch W. Shaw Foundation, through the courtesy of Nancy Simonds Shaw, class of 1972, administrator

    ID Number: SC 2002:9

  • Abenteuer der Kannibalen Bioethicists (5/7)

    Enrique Chagoya. American (born Mexico), born 1953

    Abenteuer der Kannibalen Bioethicists (5/7), 2001

    Lithograph and woodcut with black, ochre, blue, yellow, and green ink, chine collé, and collage on paper, 26/30

    Printed by Bud Shark, Sharks Ink

    Purchased with the gift of the Arch W. Shaw Foundation, through the courtesy of Nancy Simonds Shaw, class of 1972, administrator

    ID Number: SC 2002:9

  • Abenteuer der Kannibalen Bioethicists (6/7)

    Enrique Chagoya. American (born Mexico), born 1953

    Abenteuer der Kannibalen Bioethicists (6/7), 2001

    Lithograph and woodcut with black, ochre, blue, yellow, and green ink, chine collé, and collage on paper, 26/30

    Printed by Bud Shark, Sharks Ink

    Purchased with the gift of the Arch W. Shaw Foundation, through the courtesy of Nancy Simonds Shaw, class of 1972, administrator

    ID Number: SC 2002:9

  • Abenteuer der Kannibalen Bioethicists (7/7)

    Enrique Chagoya. American (born Mexico), born 1953

    Abenteuer der Kannibalen Bioethicists (7/7), 2001

    Lithograph and woodcut with black, ochre, blue, yellow, and green ink, chine collé, and collage on paper, 26/30

    Printed by Bud Shark, Sharks Ink

    Purchased with the gift of the Arch W. Shaw Foundation, through the courtesy of Nancy Simonds Shaw, class of 1972, administrator

    ID Number: SC 2002:9

  • Yvette Guilbert (1/7)

    Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. French, 1864–1901

    Yvette Guilbert (1/7), 1894

    Lithographs printed in olive green on ivory laid Arches paper tied to cover with tan cotton cord Cover: transfer lithograph printed in black on ivory wove Japan paper mounted on paperboard, 34/100

    Published by Andre Marty, LEstampe Original

    Gift of Selma Erving, class of 1927

    ID Number: SC 1972:50-109

  • Yvette Guilbert (2/7)

    Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. French, 1864–1901

    Yvette Guilbert (2/7), 1894

    Lithographs printed in olive green on ivory laid Arches paper tied to cover with tan cotton cord Cover: transfer lithograph printed in black on ivory wove Japan paper mounted on paperboard, 34/100

    Published by Andre Marty, LEstampe Original

    Gift of Selma Erving, class of 1927

    ID Number: SC 1972:50-109

  • Yvette Guilbert (3/7)

    Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. French, 1864–1901

    Yvette Guilbert (3/7), 1894

    Lithographs printed in olive green on ivory laid Arches paper tied to cover with tan cotton cord Cover: transfer lithograph printed in black on ivory wove Japan paper mounted on paperboard, 34/100

    Published by Andre Marty, LEstampe Original

    Gift of Selma Erving, class of 1927

    ID Number: SC 1972:50-109

  • Yvette Guilbert (5/7)

    Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. French, 1864–1901

    Yvette Guilbert (5/7), 1894

    Lithographs printed in olive green on ivory laid Arches paper tied to cover with tan cotton cord Cover: transfer lithograph printed in black on ivory wove Japan paper mounted on paperboard, 34/100

    Published by Andre Marty, LEstampe Original

    Gift of Selma Erving, class of 1927

    ID Number: SC 1972:50-109

  • Yvette Guilbert (4/7)

    Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. French, 1864–1901

    Yvette Guilbert (4/7), 1894

    Lithographs printed in olive green on ivory laid Arches paper tied to cover with tan cotton cord Cover: transfer lithograph printed in black on ivory wove Japan paper mounted on paperboard, 34/100

    Published by Andre Marty, LEstampe Original

    Gift of Selma Erving, class of 1927

    ID Number: SC 1972:50-109

  • Yvette Guilbert (6/7)

    Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. French, 1864–1901

    Yvette Guilbert (6/7), 1894

    Lithographs printed in olive green on ivory laid Arches paper tied to cover with tan cotton cord Cover: transfer lithograph printed in black on ivory wove Japan paper mounted on paperboard, 34/100

    Published by Andre Marty, LEstampe Original

    Gift of Selma Erving, class of 1927

    ID Number: SC 1972:50-109

  • Yvette Guilbert (7/7)

    Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. French, 1864–1901

    Yvette Guilbert (7/7), 1894

    Lithographs printed in olive green on ivory laid Arches paper tied to cover with tan cotton cord Cover: transfer lithograph printed in black on ivory wove Japan paper mounted on paperboard, 34/100

    Published by Andre Marty, LEstampe Original

    Gift of Selma Erving, class of 1927

    ID Number: SC 1972:50-109