Howard Hodgkin is one of todays most popular British artists and his prints with their vibrant colours fully reflect this popular appeal. This lavish survey and catalogue raisonne, much praised on first publication and now available in paperback, includes an interview with Hodgkin that sheds light on the genesis of his prints, a major essay by Nan Rosenthal, over eighty colour plates and a fully illustrated catalogue raisonne.
Liesbeth Heenk is a print expert who works for Sotheby's in the Netherlands. Nan Rosenthal is Senior Consultant in the Department of Modern Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. She is also the author of Anselm Kiefer: Works on Paper, and co-author of The Drawings of Jasper Johns and The Jackson Pollock Sketchbook.
Introduction: 'To Make the Most of an Image...' by Nan Rosenthal Howard Hodgkin's printed oeuvre; A Conversation with Howard Hodgkin; Catalogue Raisonne; List of exhibitions and endmatter.