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Robert E. Marx prints consist of linocuts and an intaglio print, two of which were presentation prints for the Print Club of Rochester
Contains four pieces of artwork by Rochester native and artist John C. Menihan. Menihan's artwork can be seen throughout Rochester.
Two drawings and one print by artist, historian, and architect, Walter Cassebeer.
Two screen prints by California artist Dorothy Bowman.
Jack Bookbinder lithographs contains three prints of Monhegan Morning.
Three etchings by American printmaker and RIT professor Norman Arthur Bate.
Contains renderings of RIT Henrietta campus buildings, circa 1982-1989, created by Robert Macon of Macon Chaintreuil Jensen Stark Architects LLP.
The collection contains 10 pieces of ceramics made by artist Lulu Scott Backus.
Korean artist Myoung Lim Lee donated her guache painting The Apricot to RIT. The painting depicts bright orange apricots on white BFK paper. The artist included the exhibit catalog for the piece as well as a letter briefly describing her time at RIT.
Karl Laurell woven fabric collection consists of a length of hand woven flaz fabric. Laurell was on the faculty in the School for American Crafts at RIT from 1953-1957.