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Reply To Hayter, 1999

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    • Lithograph.
    • Signed by the artist.

    About The Work

    Printmaking was an important part of Bourgeois's practice beginning in the 1940s, when she worked at Atelier 17, an intaglio workshop begun by William Stanley Hayter, for whom this work was named. Hayter was a British artist regarded as one of the most significant printmakers of the 20th century and known for his innovative work in the development of viscosity printing. From 1994—95, the Museum of Modern Art in New York mounted an exhibition entitled The Prints of Louise Bourgeois, for which they published a comprehensive catalog. This lithograph was included in the exhibition and is also part of MoMA's permanent collection.

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