Woodstock may be known around the world for a different kind of rock, but for over a century the small Catskill town has been a center of activity for lithography – printing art works from slabs of stone.
A rock and roller is all artists like Bolton Brown, George Bellows, Rosella Hartman and many others needed to create some of the finest lithographs produced anywhere. Stop by the Towbin Museum Wing to view our latest exhibit Woodstock Rocks, as we share rocking lithographs created over the last century.
TOWBIN MUSEUM WING
Woodstock Rocks A Lithographic Legacy October 24, 2015 – January 3, 2016
Curated by Ron Netsky