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Featuring an Eclectic Array of Primarily 20th Century Artwork

Art Hazelwood

Hazelwood, Free Trade Area II

Free Trade Area II by Art Hazelwood, 2013, Screenprint, 4/20, 18-1/4×12

Corporate Cookie Jar by Art Hazelwood, 2009, Woodcut, 1/15, 17-1/2×11-1/4

Drug WarDrug War by Art Hazelwood, 2011, Screenprint, 4/24, 16-1/2×26

Battle of Monetary PolicyBattle of Monetary Policy by Art Hazelwood, 2013, Color Lithograph, 1/9, 17×21-1/2

HopeHope by Art Hazelwood, 2006, Screenprint, 10/10, 15-3/4×19

American CyclopsAmerican Cyclops by Art Hazelwood, 2013, Screenprint, 21/30, 11-1/2×12

Money BagsMoney Bags by Art Hazelwood, 2011, Lithograph, 5/15, 11×15

Title Page, Journeys to the Moon & Sun by Art Hazelwood, 2004, Etching with Linocut, A/P, 16×13

First Flight by Art Hazelwood, 2004, Etching with Linocut, 2/5, 16×13

In Canada by Art Hazelwood, 2004, Etching with Linocut, 2/5, 16×13

Lift Off! by Art Hazelwood, 2004, Etching with Linocut, 2/5, 16×13

The Queen’s Monkey by Art Hazelwood, 2004, Etching with Linocut, 2/5, 16×13

While Speaking With A Heretic by Art Hazelwood, 2004, Etching with Linocut, A/P, 16×13

In Prison by Art Hazelwood, 2004, Etching with Linocut, 2/5, 16×13

Curious Effect Of The Sun by Art Hazelwood, 2004, Etching with Linocut, A/P, 16×13

JOURNEYS TO THE MOON & SUN: Art Hazelwood has created this series of prints based on the book Journeys to the Moon and Sun by Cyrano de Bergerac (1619-1655). Cyrano was the true life inspiration for the romantic figure of Edmond de Rostand’s nineteenth-century play. He was a satirist, swordsmen, poet, and philosopher who indeed had a prodigious appendage. This translation from the original French, based on the 1662 edition, was made by Timothy Hampton, Professor of French and Comparative Literature at the University of California, Berkeley. The prints are color etchings with a linocut border. The text was printed letterpress within a linocut border. All the prints are on handmade paper made at Eastside Editions. The prints for this series were printed in an edition of twenty. Ten sets were bound as books, and ten were left loose in portfolio boxes.

Cultured Woman – Tokyo by Art Hazelwood, 2007, Color Woodcut, 47×10

Art Opening by Art Hazelwood, 2009, Etching, 3/20, 11-3/4×5-1/2 – SOLD

Pillars of Society by Art Hazelwood, 2007, Linocut, 11/20, 18×24, Pillars of Society Series

Liberation of Eden by Art Hazelwood, 2007, Lithograph, 3/15, 13×20-3/8

Four Horsemen by Art Hazelwood, 2003, Engraving, 7/25, 5-3/4×7-3/4, Hubris Corpulentus Series

Romance of War by Art Hazelwood, 2003, Engraving, 11/25, 6×9, Hubris Corpulentus Series

Victory Parade by Art Hazelwood, 2003, Engraving, 8/25, 7-1/2×11, Hubris Corpulentus Series

Sycophants by Art Hazelwood, 2003, Engraving, 13/25, 6×9, Hubris Corpulentus Series

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