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Ray Gloeckler
Master Printmaker
Andrew Stevens

With a sharp eye for the ludicrous in American society and an abiding sense of humor, Wisconsin artist Ray Gloeckler creates images that lampoon the inflated and celebrate the everyday. This publication goes beyond the Elvehjem's 2004 exhibition to publish over 200 prints Gloeckler made from 1955 through 2004.

Ray Gloeckler taught in the University of Wisconsin–Madison Department of Art from 1961 through 1993 and showed extensively throughout the country during this period.
Andrew Stevens is curator of prints, drawings, and photographs at the Elvehjem Museum of Art.

Distributed for the Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of WisconsinMadison

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cover of this book about Ray Gloecker is illustrated with a print of his of a man on a bicycle.

May 2005

120 pp. 17 color illus., 208 b/w illus.

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