Links to Artist-Printmakers are near the bottom of this page.
|19th Century Swedish Copybook||
Model forms for practicing Copperplate penmanship, by a tutor in Sweden, 1858. (This was my great-grandfather's copybook)
|AKAS II||Barbara A. Sloan's Do-It-Yourself Quick-Fix TaxKits offer tax solutions specifically for taxpayers in the business of art. Publications for artists, art services, links, freebies.|
|American Print Alliance||Nonprofit consortium of printmakers' councils which publishes Contemporary Impressions, the international journal about prints, paperworks and book arts.|
|Archives of American Art||
History of art in America. Collecting, preserving, and making available for study the documentation of this country's rich artistic legacy. (Some of my papers are in the AAA)
|Arkansas Artist Registry||
See works by artists in Arkansas, sponsored by Arkansas Arts Council.
|Arkansas Arts Center, Lindquist Traveling Exhibition||Traveling exhibitions for arts organizations, colleges and universities, libraries, schools, banks or businesses.|
|Arkansas Arts Center -- Little Rock -- about Lindquist exhibition||
Largest cultural institution in Arkansas, a museum of art and center for visual and performing arts.
|Art Outfitters||Art supply store in Little Rock, Arkansas.|
|ART I SEE blog||Scott Ponemone's blog|
|Baltimore Museum of Art -- Print, Drawing & Photograph Collection||Collection of 65,000 works on paper from 15th century to present|
|Barenforum.org -- world of Woodblock Printmaking||
Forums, print exchange programs, encyclopedias
|Black Church Print Studio, Dublin||Artistic collective, supporting development of contemporary artistic practice through medium of Printmaking.|
North American Print Biennial, members' shows, traveling exhibitions to museums, libraries, and other institutions
|Bradbury Art Museum (BAM), Delta National Small Prints Exhibition||Featuring annual exhibition of original prints, beginning 1996.|
Order print downloads at Explore More > Highlights. A splendid resource for study.
|Memphis Brooks Museum of Art||
Oldest and largest fine arts museum in Tennessee, housing fine art dating from antiquity to present. Varied exhibitions and programs.
|California Desert Art||A magazine and gathering place for desert rats, art collectors, historians, artists and anyone who loves the early painters of the desert. By Ann Japenga.|
|Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild||The book arts -- bookbinding, artists' books, papermaking, calligraphy, letterpress printing & typography, wood engraving, paper decorating, restoration, and conservation.|
|Cantrell Gallery, Little Rock||Cantrell Gallery features art by more than 35 established and emerging local/regional artists.|
|Center for Contemporary Printmaking||
Art of the print, including printmaking, papermaking, book arts, digital processes, and related disciplines.
|Center for Online Education||Sources for online College Planning, Financial Aid, Student Life, and Career Planning.|
|Conservation OnLine||Resources for conservation professionals. A project of the Preservation Department of Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources. A full text library of conservation information|
|M.Ford Creech Antiques, Memphis||
Brokering fine arts and antiques since 1993. 17th to early 19th-century furniture, ceramics, silver, American and European painters. One of the leading small galleries in the US. Located in Memphis, Tennessee.
|David Lusk Gallery, Memphis||Art gallery with a commitment to artists working within the MidSouth region and the greater Southeastern United States|
|Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane's Online Catalogue||
Highlights from the gallery's Permanent Collection of modern and contemporary art.
|Engraving Arts Home-Emporia State University||
The goal of this program is to expand the definition of engraving.
Print identification and characteristic exploration tools for archivists, curators, historians, collectors, conservators, educators, and general public.
|Engraving -- Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia||
Information about engraving. Includes, terms, process, history, noted engravers, references and more.
Archive of small prints in Denmark.
|Graphic Chemical & Ink, Printmaking ink, paper and supplies||
World-wide supplier to printmakers. Graphic Chemical makes my engraving ink (#2275 Frankfurt Black).
|Harvard University Art Museums||
One of the world's leading arts institutions. Three museums—the Fogg, Busch-Reisinger, and Arthur M. Sackler—will be united under one roof. Their magazine, Index, is available in an expanded digital format on the website.
|Howard Vance Guitar Academy||Howard Vance Guitar Academy, Duo Vance, TootPick Publishing. Memphis, Tennessee.|
|Hunterdon Art Museum -- Clinton, NJ||
Work by established and emerging artists. Studio classes, workshops, gallery talks, and docent-led gallery tours
|IAMPETH -- Intl. Assn. of Masters of Penmanship, Engrossers, and Teachers of Handwriting||
Dedicated to practicing and preserving the beautiful arts of calligraphy, engrossing and fine penmanship.
|International Print Center New York||
Devoted to exhibition and understanding of fine art prints.
Research papers. Fort of Daulatabad in India. Photos, Fort of Chitradurga, India. Photos, Hampi and Vijayanagar, India. Nek Chand's Rock Garden.
|LosAngeles Printmakers Society||
Dedicated to the encouragement of printmaking, educating the public and promoting the interests of printmaking as an art form.
|M2 Gallery in Little Rock||Contact M2 Gallery in Little Rock to see or purchase Lindquist prints.|
|Mana Fine Arts||Fine art services, including storage, shipping, framing, and collection management for artists, collectors, and museums.|
|Minot State University - Northwest Art Center||
Education and outreach through interdisciplinary regional arts center.
|Museum of Fine Arts, Boston||Preeminent collections and resources.|
|Mississippi Museum of Art -- Jackson||
Engaging Mississippians in the visual arts, focusing on community interaction and personal experience
|Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art -- Kansas City, Missouri||A preeminent institution in collection, preservation, exhibition and interpretation of works of art.|
|New York Society of Etchers||An exhibiting society, documenting contemporary prints.|
|Open Education Database||Open Education Database is a comprehensive collection of online college rankings and free courses. For Art History opencourseware. Search “art history” in the search box|
|Print Club of Albany||
Annual commissioned prints since 1933, over 15,000 prints in collection.
|Print Council of America||Prefessional organization of more than 200 members to promote creation, dissemination, appreciation of fine prints, old and new.|
"Since 2008, the thinking person's favorite online resource for interesting printmaking miscellany."
Printmaking courses, exhibitions. Castiglione a Casauria, Italy
|Print Revolution in America||Ron Ruble's collection of fine art printmaking. A revolution and rebirth that began in the 1940s. It led toward world-wide influence of artist-printmakers.|
|Prints of Japan||Jerry Vegder's site about Ukiyo-e Prints, "a place of a million questions and two million mysteries".|
|Printworld Directory -- artists||
2008 Printworld Directory contains 1,408 pages of retail print & price information
|The Print Center -- Philadelphia||
Supporting printmaking and photography as vital contemporary arts since 1915.
|Scrapbook.com||How papers deteriorate over time. Specific mechanical and chemical techniques used to preserve documents, photos, and their finishes.|
|Society of American Graphic Artists (SAGA)||SAGA enables artists to show their work in New York City through important exhibitions with substantial awards.|
|Spencer Museum of Art -- Lawrence, Kansas||
Nearly 10,000 prints, drawings, photographs and artists' books
|Technical dictionary of print making, André Béguin. Polymetaal||
Detailed descriptions of print processes.
|The Old Print Gallery, Washington, DC||The Old Print Gallery has recently merged with The Old Print Shop in NYC.|
|The Old Print Shop -- NYC||
Contact The Old Print Shop to see or purchase Lindquist prints.
|The International Printing Museum: The Collection||
Ernest A Lindner Collection of Antique Printing Machinery illustrating the historical development of printing.
|University Products -- archival storage||
Products for archival permanence and storage of art.
|Visual Artists and Galleries Association (VAGA, NY)||Representing visual artists' copyrights worldwide.|
|Washington Print Club||
Programs include tours, lectures, discussions, trips, exhibitions.
|What Is a Print? -- Museum of Modern Art||
Interactive demonstrations, glossary
|Whitney Museum of American Art -- collection||Whitney Museum of American Art, online collection, works by more than 3,000 artists. (Search on "Lindquist" to see some of my engravings.)|
|Wingtip Press||Founded by Amy Nack and April Hoff in Boise, Idaho. Gallery of Amy's work.|
|Dr. Joe Vitolo's Zanerian.com||Ornamental Penmanship, calligraphy and lettering arts. History and techniques. Free lessons, rare publications, biographies|
These personal web sites, maintained by printmakers, are recommended for interesting content.
|Linda Adato||Oscar Jay Gillespie||Barbara Minton|
|Ann Sofi Ahlberg||Eric Goldberg||Barry Moser|
|Jennifer D Anderson||Nicole Hand||Rudy Pozzatti|
|Maria Arango||Sarah Hauser||Mila Radisic|
|David Avery||Charles S. Klabunde||Aine Scannell|
|Tom Baker||John A. Knudsen||Lauren Schiller|
|Ed Bernstein||Margo Kren||Jenny Schmid|
|Ann Chernow||Michael Krueger||Sarah Sears|
|Christopher Clark||Karen Kunc||Czeslav Slania|
|Barry Cottrell||Mauricio Lasansky||Ralph Slatton|
|Warren Criswell||Richie Lasansky||Evan Summer|
|Maritza Davila||Marvin Lowe||Mary Teichman|
|Mariana Depetris||Ashton Ludden||Caroline Thorington|
|James Ehlers||Beauvais Lyons||Shelly Thorstensen|
|Andy English||Delita Martin||Art Werger|
|Andy English blog||Mike Martino||Michael Hew Wing|
|Melissa Gill||Jeremy Menard||Koichi Yamamoto|