The Print Club of New York was founded in 1991 by Morley Meldon and 150 avid print collectors interested in sharing the joys of print collecting, increasing their knowledge of prints and creating a great work of art each year for Club members. The late Sylvan Cole, one of the foremost gallery directors of American art, was the Club’s principal advisor. The membership was increased to 200 the following year to accommodate the many collectors who wished to join.
During the past seventeen years, the Club has maintained an extensive educational program which includes panel discussions of issues of special interest to print collectors, as well as visits to museums, galleries, artists’ studios, print shops and exhibitions. For the past fifteen years the Print Club of New York has conducted an annual juried Artists’ Showcase for artists who are in the earlier stages of their printmaking careers.
The seventeen exceptional prints by renowned artists commissioned for Club members are being exhibited together for the first time in the Gregg Gallery of the National Arts Club
The Print Club of New York
P.O Box 4477
Grand Central Station
New York, NY 10163