Contemporary graphic art in Poland

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Craftsman House, 1997 - Design - 232 pages
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Despite the limitations placed on artists under the Communist regime, graphic arts continued to flourish. It is this area that has greatly contributed to the advancement of Polish art. This book explores the work produced by an eclectic selection of artists from many generations, working in a variety of mediums including fine art printmaking, poster art, and drawing. This book exemplifies how the traditions of excellence established over the past century continue to flourish as a major part of one of the most exciting art scenes in Europe.

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