Art: Multiplied Originals

People in eight U.S. cities, from Columbia, S.C., to Minneapolis, are currently seeing eight identical art exhibitions—and it is all done without any gimmickry, such as the use of reproductions or copies. That is one of the nice things about prints: each one, whether it be an etching, woodcut, lithograph or serigraph, is just as much an "original" as the first. The works shown on the next two pages are, necessarily, reproductions; tiny dots of color simulate a photograph of the original. But the prints that collectors buy and that museumgoers see come...

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