Curator's Corner

color lithography

< Back to Curator's Corner
Curator's Corner

The Expanded Toulouse-Lautrec

Friday, June 17, 2016 | Karl Cole

Last week I was a jaded art historian. This week I am a socially responsible one. I always feel it is unfortunate when appreciators of art only know one genre of the work of a certain artist. Everyone ...

Read More
Curator's Corner

Trade Cards

Monday, October 1, 2012 | Karl Cole

Davis Art Images has acquired more than 150 trade cards, mostly from the 1800s, from the collection of the Winterthur Museum in Winterthur, Delaware (and we’re still in the process of cataloging ...

Read More
Curator's Corner

Postcards and Modernization in Japan

Monday, June 15, 2009 | Karl Cole

When we in the West think of a “postcard,” we usually think of a note from Aunt Suzie on her vacation in Atlantic City or a card with a picture of a church my brother visited while going a ...

Read More
Curator's Corner

American Poster Design

Wednesday, April 15, 2009 | Karl Cole

Did you know that the second half of the 1800s saw more printed matter produced than ever before? The last two decades of the 1800s was the last era during which printed matter was almost the exclusiv ...

Read More

Always Stay in the Loop

Want to know what’s new from Davis? Subscribe to our mailing list for periodic updates on new products, contests, free stuff, and great content.

Back to top