Christina Weyl is an independent scholar who focuses on American printmaking and women artists.
"Atelier 17 . . . transformed the printmaking landscape in the US.
Women's contributions to that process come to life in this
wide-ranging and thoughtful book."-Hyperallergic
"With scholarship about women artists having been mostly neglected until the latter half of the twentieth century, it is rewarding to see the burgeoning literature on women in the arts, including this fascinating book on the women printmakers of Atelier 17."-Natalia Lonchyna, ARLIS/NA Reviews
"Weyl elucidates the material innovation and aesthetic strength of the prints made by women artists at Atelier 17 and weaves their previously overlooked achievements into the central narrative of postwar art."-Samantha Rippner, Print Quarterly
Winner of the 2020 IFPDA Foundation Book Award, sponsored by the International Fine Print Dealers Association
"Christina Weyl marshals impressive archival research to excavate the lives and social networks of women printmakers in Atelier 17 and offers convincing and beautifully described accounts of the strength and innovation of their work."-Jennifer L. Roberts, Harvard University
"In this compelling study, Christina Weyl illuminates mid-twentieth century American women printmakers' formidable accomplishments in the face of art-world prejudice against their chosen medium and broader societal bias against their gender."-Paula Wisotzki, Loyola University Chicago