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The Newburgh Suite: The Woodcuts by George Cochrane

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The first portfolio in George Cochrane’s “Newburgh Suite,” commemorating the 750th anniversary of Dante’s birth. Purple cloth and handmade, yellow paste-paper, secured by a black ribbon.

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“The Woodcuts” is the first portfolio in George Cochrane’s Newburgh Suite. The collection will consist of eighteen total prints released in six portfolios, each using a distinct printing technique, and will culminate in a hand-lettered, facing-page edition of La Commedia to commemorate the 750th anniversary of Dante’s birth. In this portfolio, each woodcut has been hand-carved based on a photograph taken by the artist in and around Newburgh, NY. The images draw on the celestial and terrestrial motifs of Dante’s La Commedia, capturing Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory in a city whose rise, fall, and incremental resurrection echoes Dante’s epic literary saga. Using Thornwillow’s original Vandercook press, the three images--”25 Spring St.,” “St. George’s Cemetery,” and “The Dutch Reformed Church”--were hand-printed by the artist in letterpress ink on heavyweight archival paper and set in a purple cloth and yellow paste-paper portfolio, secured by a black ribbon.

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Author George Cochrane
About The Author George Cochrane (born August 27, 1971) is an American artist and graphic novelist. He is currently a professor of Fine Art at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, New Jersey. He lives in Brooklyn.
Dimensions

Portfolio: 10 1/2" x 13 1/2"

Prints: 9 1/2” x 11 3/4”
Edition First Edition limited to 42 portfolios, five artist’s proofs, four printer’s proofs, and one bon a tirer, all printed and signed by the artist.

Published: 2015
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