The Snite Museum highlights prints by Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, and Jasper Johns, among others in the conclusion of its two-part series exploring the print medium of lithography with the presentation of Rock-Paper . . . Lithographs from the Permanent Collection, Part II from August 23 through November 22, 2015. This exhibition charts lithography’s continued evolution from 1900 through today. The course of the medium’s development reflects shifts in styles from expressionism, regionalism, abstract expressionism, pop art, and more recently a return to the figure. Lithography’s popularity waxed and waned throughout the twentieth century as new technologies, such as silkscreen and color photography, eclipsed it. But the 1960s saw a renaissance of sorts for lithography as abstract expressionism became more fashionable. Prices for

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