Jonathan Talbot, 1939, is an American collage artist, painter, and printmaker. He also is the creator of an innovative collage technique that eliminates liquid adhesives from the collage assembly process. His technique is the subject of his book, Collage: A New Approach.
Talbot's works have been exhibited at The National Academy and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. His artwork has represented the United States in exhibitions sponsored by the U. S. State Department as well as by the Smithsonian Institution. His works are included in permanent museum collections in United States, Canada, and Europe. His studio is in Warwick, New York.
Every year Talbot schedules workshops that he conducts for artists who wish to study collage, his techniques, and related subjects.
Talbot is best known for his collages and multi-dimensional collage-constructions, as well as, for his oils, watercolors, and etchings.
In the early 1970's, Talbot belonged to the San Francisco Artists Cooperative, which was a branch of the Art Students League of San Francisco and also sold his works on street corners near Fisherman's Wharf.
Talbot first showed his work in New York at Associated American Artists—AAA—as it is known internationally, during early 1975. This is the same year when an etching of Talbot's was included in an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Between 1975 and 1981 Talbot sold etchings through numerous galleries around the United States, as well.
This Park Avenue 1975 signed, Limited Edition (18/100) was one of those etchings that set him forward on his long and successful career.
The lithograph is stamped by 'The Artist's Chop'. Graphics by Jonathan Talbot bear this traditional embossed seal. It is your guarantee of a strictly limited edition conforming to all accepted standards for fine original art.
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