Prints dealers from around the country as well as from Cleveland set up stalls in the Ames Family Atrium of the Cleveland Museum of Art to showcase their wares to interested and curious potential buyers at the Print Club of Cleveland’s annual Fine Print Fair. Prints ranged from vintage to contemporary; sizes ranged from walls-spanning to print that would fit in your palm. Subject matter included abstraction, landscapes, portraits and even social commentary, and prices covers a span from $100 to $35,000. Anyone looking to collect art could find something to fit their home, taste and budget. There was even a table set up for visitors to try their hand at print making.
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