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By The People, For The People

New print collection illustrates idea of art for everyone

Posted: December 14, 2012 at 2:22 a.m.

Jolan Gross-Bettelheim’s “Assembly Line (Home Front),” from 1942, illustrates lithograph printing in “Art Under Pressure.”
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Jolan Gross-Bettelheim’s “Assembly Line (Home Front),” from 1942, illustrates lithograph printing in “Art Under Pressure.”

Kevin Murphy is “evangelical” about prints.

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Whats Up, Pages 16 on 12/14/2012

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