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January 12 - March 29, 2008
Opening Reception:  Saturday, January 12, 2 to 5 pm

7321 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 933-5523, fax (323) 933-7618
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Hours, Tuesday - Saturday, 11am-5pm

Leonard Edmondson (1916-2002), "Labyrinth", 1958, color etching, Ed:5 0, 13 1/4 x 21 5/8 inches.

The Tobey C. Moss Gallery presents a ’window’ on five centuries of art on paper - from 16th century woodcuts by Durer and Amman to 20th century collages by Hannelore Baron and William Dole - plus engravings, etchings, aquatints, mezzotints, photogravures, monoprints, watercolors, drawings and paintings to illustrate the centuries of creativity.
The exhibition includes artists Mario Avati,Ruth Asawa, Dorr Bothwell, Honore Daumier, Werner Drewes, Leonard Edmondson, JulesEngel, Sorel Etrog, Claire Falkenstein, George Herms, Matsumi Kanemitsu, Peter Krasnow, Basil Langton, Rico Lebrun, Helen Lundeberg, Carlos Merida, Pablo O’Higgins, Pablo Picasso, Max Pollak, Arnoldo Pomodoro, Ed Ruscha, Betye Saar, Peter Shire, Alfred Stieglitz, Howard Warshaw,
Stanton Macdonald Wright, Emerson Woelffer, Beatrice Wood - and the list goes on.....
Each work on paper displays the ideas, visions, powers of the individual artists and the period in which it was made...part of the cultural fabric woven seamlessly through five centuries.
A new catalogue ($15. Plus taxes) lists all and illustrates many of the works of Art on Paper that are offered through this exhibition.
Digital images available upon request.

The Tobey C. Moss Gallery began in 1978 with a listing of "Selected Prints". Since then, the direction in the gallery has broadened to include art in all media, especially works originating in southern California between the 1920s and the 1960s: post-surrealism, abstract classicism, minimalism, hard-edge, assemblage, the Federal Arts Project and printmakers launched in lithography with Lynton Kistler during the '30s-'50s and the Tamarind Lithography Workshop in the 1960s and beyond. Past exhibitions have included works from Clinton Adams, Werner Drewes, Leonard Edmondson, Jules Engel, Lorser Feitelson, Ynez Johnston Helen Lundeberg, Peter Shire and Emerson Woelffer, among others.

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