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International Graphic Arts Society (IGAS)

American, (c. 1950–1973?)
IGAS was founded in the early 1950s, and used world renowned curators and artists such as A. Hyatt Mayor and Ben Shahn to select contemporary artworks for publication in editions of 210. Artists were given an international following, with half these works (100) sold in the United States and the other half in Europe; 10 proofs were reserved for the artist. La Salle University Art Museum was a subscriber for several years from 1966-1972.

Artist Objects

Baseball 68-G-212

Big Blue 70-G-277

Bodegón 71-G-308

Cats 66-G-43

Corn 72-G-383

Evening 67-G-137

Expanding 71-G-306

Granada 71-G-336

Gull 66-G-24

Hathor 70-G-278

In Touch 69-G-267

Lotus 68-G-227

Pawnee 71-G-331

Personage 68-G-221

Revelry 67-G-141

Rooster 66-G-64

Rush Hour 68-G-208

Shield 66-G-51

Sirius 70-G-287

Sleepers 68-G-237

Stretch 71-G-304

Sunset 72-G-377

Tau-Ceti 67-G-139

The Dream 69-G-266

Tuscany 69-G-261

Untitled 71-G-326

Untitled 72-G-364

War 66-G-54

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