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Since 1980 Stewart & Stewart has continued to print and publish fine art prints in collaboration with nationally and internationally recognized artists. Stewart & Stewart is one of the first printer/publishers inducted into the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) and is among its longest running independent printer/publishers members in North America. Founded in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan in 1980, Stewart & Stewart specializes in screenprinting and archival pigment printing. Nationally recognized for their exceptional work, fine art prints created at the firm's printshop have been exhibited and collected by private collectors, corporate curators, and art museums across North America and Europe.
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Contemporary, Publisher of Fine Art Prints
Richard Bosman: Master Screenprints and Monoprints from Stewart & Stewart
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Featuring a selection of editioned screenprints Richard Bosman created in residence at the Stewart & Stewart printshop in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, hand painted archival pigment print editions, and hand painted monoprints finished at the artist’s studio in Esopus, New York.
Janet Fish: Master Screenprints from Stewart & Stewart
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Featuring all ten editioned screenprints Janet Fish created in residence at the Stewart & Stewart print workshop in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, between 1991-1996, including a fine art print commission for the Detroit Institute of Arts in 1996 titled Treille.
Hunt Slonem: Bunnies, Birds & Butterflies from Stewart & Stewart
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Featuring examples of over 80 editioned prints and hand painted monoprints Hunt Slonem created since 1994 in residence at Stewart & Stewart ‘s printshop in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and at the artist’s New York City studio, including a commission for the Flint Institute of Arts.

Jack Beal, Richard Bosman, Judy Bowman, Nancy Campbell, Susan Crile, Martha Diamond, Connor Everts, Janet Fish, Sondra Freckelton, John Glick, Jane E. Goldman, C.Dennis Guastella, Keiko Hara, John Himmelfarb, Sue Hirtzel, Yvonne Jacquette, Hugh Kepets, Catherine Kernan, Clinton Kuopus, Daniel Lang, Ann Mikolowski, Jim Nawara, Lucille Procter Nawara, Don Nice, Mary Prince, Mel Rosas, Jonathan Santlofer, Jeanette Pasin Sloan, Hunt Slonem, Steven Sorman, Norman Stewart, Paul Stewart, Richard Treaster and Titus Welliver

All Represented Artists plus Randy Bolton, Sidney Hurwitz, Marcia Neblett, Katja Oxman, Endi Poskovic and Phyllis Seltzer