Barry Moser (1940- )was a graphic artist and printmaker who worked in ink and wood. The collection consists of wood engraving
blocks, pencil sketches, incipient drawings and illustrations for books he illustrated including
The Hunting of the Snark,
The California Dante,
Moser was born on October 15, 1940 in Chattanooga, Tennessee; became a graphic artist and printmaker; attended Auburn University;
studied with George Cress at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, and with Leonard Baskin and Jack Coughlin; head of
studio art, Williston Northampton School (1967-82), and beginning in 1990, with the Rhode Island School of Design; exhibited
in one-man shows at the Berkshire Museum (1973) and the Boston Athenaeum (1976); also exhibited at the Los Angeles National
Print Show (1974) and the Library of Congress National Print Exhibit (1975-76); worked in ink and wood, and illustrated many
books; member, American Printing History Association, and winner of American Book Award.
9 boxes (4.5 linear ft.)
2 oversize boxes
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