Black and White
Black and White: Kentucky Prints and Printmakers from the Collection of Warren and Julie Payne
"Black and White: Kentucky Prints and Printmakers from the Collection of Warren and Julie Payne" is a136-page book showcasing 67 black-and-white block prints, etchings and lithographs created by 58 artists from 1828 to 2004, many from the WPA era. Some of the artists will be familiar – Jouett, Duveneck, Hubbard, Brenner, Sawyier – but many readers never will have heard of most of these important regional artists: Joe Adams, Maud Ainslie, Arthur Allen, Ann Stewart Anderson, Malcolm Arnett, Fritz Bade, Alfred Laurens Brennan, Carl Brenner, Darrell W. Brothers, Carl Brown, Joe Downing, Carolyn Dunbar, Frank Duveneck, EdWill Fisher, Edward Fisk, L.O. Griffith, C. Winston Haberer, Kent Hagerman, John Wezley Haywood, E. Sophonisba Hergesheimer, Ruth Hibbs-Hyland, Anna and Harlan Hubbard, E.T. Hurley, Elizabeth Rusk Jones, Matthew Harris Jouett, Wallace Kelly, L.H. King, Norman Kohlhepp, Beatrice Levy, Frank Long, C.P. Maltman, Albert Graeme Mitchell, F. Townsend Morgan, Clifford H. Morton II, Mary Spencer Nay, Paul E. Nonnast, Kenneth Ozier, Grover Page, Ralph Pearson, William Ranney, C. Cregor Reid, Frank Robbins, Paul Sample, Paul Sawyier, Mary W. Schachner, Nellie Schanzenbacher, Ralph Fletcher Seymour, Howard Simon, Walter Sorge, John A. Spelman III, Clyde Stringfield, Glen Tracy, Edward Troye, A.J. Van Leshout, Robert Wathen, Ulfert Wilke, Louise Wilkinson, Thomas Waterman Wood. Warren and Julie Payne are art historians and dealers at Payne Fine Arts.