Christ Presented to the People (Ecce Homo)

This print is one of the most famous in the history of printmaking because of the many reworkings it underwent. It was made entirely in drypoint (lines drawn with a needle directly onto the copper plate, rather than onto a ground of wax or resin covering the plate) and progressed through numerous states. Earlier states included a […]

St. Mary’s Church, Birmingham, Alabama

Born in Portland, Oregon, Louis Conrad Rosenberg was an architect by trade, but also worked as an artist, specializing in highly detailed drypoints (a printmaking technique in which the design is incised into a copper plate with diamond-tipped needle) of buildings and landmarks in the United States and Europe. In 1932, he executed prints of […]