I never expected to find that one of my prints would be part of a
prestigious collection. It was drawn directly on the screen with tusche and then
printed by me in white paint on black paper. The original was given to the
Boston chapter of CORE and they printed it by commercial lithography to include in a collection
of prominent printmakers.
Paul Giambarba North American The Withered Arm, c. 1960 Series/Book Title: The Freedom Prints Print American, 20th century Photolithograph 35.56 x 27.94 cm (14 x 11 in.) Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Stephen Lee Taller Ben Shahn Archive,
Gift of Dolores S. Taller, M25505.5 Department of Prints, Division of Modern and Contemporary Art
This is my sketch from which the print was made. I drew two different images. As with all sketches, this is much more dynamic.
Me, pulling the print shown below, in my studio converted from a two-car garage, 1971. In the background are my Four Seasons of Cape Cod. Scroll down to see them and click on the images to enlarge them.