This event is presented by our JapanPhilly2020 partner, Temple University’s Tyler School of Art and Architecture.
64 Editions: Master Printer Arthur Flory, 20 lithography stones & a press, Tokyo,1960
October 5- November 2, 2020
Tyler School of Art & Architecture of Temple University
2001 N. 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Open Monday-Friday 9:00 am-4:30; free and open to the public
Printmaking Program at the Tyler School of Art and Architecture at Temple University is organizing an exhibition on Arthur Flory (1914-1972), an American painter and printmaker. Flory studied at the Philadelphia Museum School of Art and also studied painting at the National Academy of Design. From 1950-1968 he taught at Temple’s Tyler School of Fine Arts. Flory studied in Japan in the 1960’s as one of the first artists to receive the Rockefeller scholarship and influenced many Japanese printmakers by teaching etching techniques to Japanese woodcut printmakers including Munakata, Shiko.
64 Editions: Master Printer Arthur Flory, 20 lithography stones & a press, Tokyo,1960 features documentary photographs of Professor Flory working with the artists, and a guest book filled with calligraphy and drawings from the artists that he worked with.