Nancy McIntyre:
A Catalogue Raisonné Prints
1971 - 2010

Georgetown Ben & Jerry's by Nancy McIntyre at Jane Haslem Gallery Beach Chair II by Nancy McIntyre at Jane Haslem Gallery Beach Chair I by Nancy McIntyre at Jane Haslem Gallery Blowy Day I by Nancy McIntyre at Jane Haslem Gallery Signs by Nancy McIntyre at Jane Haslem Gallery Broken Wicker by Nancy McIntyre at Jane Haslem Gallery Lotus by Nancy McIntyre at Jane Haslem Gallery Lattice (for Mom) by Nancy McIntyre at Jane Haslem Gallery Sink by Nancy McIntyre at Jane Haslem Gallery Breakfast Room by Nancy McIntyre at Jane Haslem Gallery Bed by Nancy McIntyre at Jane Haslem Gallery
      Georgetown Ben & Jerry's, 2003
silk screen with 158 colors, edition 55
18 3/8 x 26 3/4" image
$400.
  Beach Chair II, 2003
silk screen with 25 colors
edition 60 (variable)
25 x 18" image, 30 x 22 1/2" paper
$175.
  Beach Chair I, 2003
silkscreen with 11 colors
edition 100 (variable)
9 x 6 3/4" image, 11 1/4 x 8 3/4" paper
$75.
  Blowy Day, 1999
silkscreen with 4 colors
edition 180 (variable)
9 x 6 3/4" image, 11 1/4 x 8 3/4" paper
$100.
  Signs, 2002
silk screen with 88 colors, edition 60
25 x 17 1/4" image
$300.
  Broken Wicker, 2002
silk screen with 30 colors, edition 50
12 1/2 x 9" image
$125.
  Lotus, 2001
silk screen with 38 colors
edition 67
8 1/2 x 5 7/8" image
$75.
  Lattice (for Mom), 2001
silk screen with 69 colors, edition 60
14 x 19 1/2" image
$350.
  Sink, 2000
1 of a suite of 3
silk screen with 43 colors, edition 60
13 1/2 x 9 1/2" image
$150.
  Breakfast Room, 2000
3 of a suite of 3
silk screen with 99 colors, edition 55
17 x 11 1/2" image, 22 1/2 x 15" paper
$150.
  Bed, 2000
2 of a suite of 3
silk screen with 29 colors, edition 65
9 1/2 x 13 1/4"
$75.


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"Blowy Day along with Beach Chair I and Beach Chair II all relate. Beach Chair I was conceived as part of a pair with Blowy Day. For Beach Chair II, I made the whole image much larger and made a few slight changes in color and composition; mainly I wanted to experiment with "monoprinting" on a larger scale than Beach Chair I. These three silkscreens are my only variable editions, due to the element of monoprint: The clouds and surf (and water, in the case of Blowy Day), are produced by painting silkscreen ink onto the screen with a brush, for each impression, just prior to squeegeeing with a different color blend." Nancy McIntyre