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Antonio Frasconi Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 8 pages of information about the life of Antonio Frasconi.
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"We live in an age where words are really more important than what you do with images," artist Antonio Frasconi said to Robert Berlind in an interview for Art Journal. "If you deal with images, it's better if you explain it than just show it. . . . What I'm doing now, technically, as an extension of my head--arms and fingers and tools--is exactly what I have been doing since I started fifty years ago." Called a "master of graphic art, especially woodcut," by Bill Zimmer in the New York Times, and a "champion of the common man, enemy of elitism, printmaker, and teacher" by Americas essayist Caleb Bach, Argentina-born Frasconi has long been recognized as one of the foremost woodcut artists living and working in the United States. Frasconi's work, which is well represented in the nation's museums and galleries, has also found a wide audience through book and magazine...

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