National Gallery of Art Selects Four New Trenton Doyle Hancock Prints for Their Collection

Trenton Doyle Hancock prints accepted into the National Gallery of Art collection

We have just received notice that four Trenton Doyle Hancock prints which were produced at USF Graphicstudio have been accepted into the National Gallery of Art (NGA) collection. The prints are the first by Hancock to be selected for the National Gallery’s collection. The National Gallery letter included high praise for Hancock and for Graphicstudio too. Here’s an excerpt from the official document:

We are delighted to acquire these highly inventive prints, which are the first works by Hancock to enter the National Gallery’s collection. They are especially fine examples of his distinctive imagery and quirky sense of humor…. This gift represents yet another instance of Graphicstudio’s commitment to bring work by important contemporary artists into the National Gallery’s holdings.

The four Graphicstudio prints by Trenton Doyle Hancock accepted into the National Gallery of Art collection on October 5, 2012:

Give Me My Flowers While I Yet Live, 2012
The Night Foot, 2010
We Done All We Could And None Of It’s Good, A Nocturn, 2010
Like A Thief In The Night, 2010
[ Learn more about the prints here ]

Trenton Doyle Hancock and David Norr working at USF Graphicstudio

We are exceedingly proud to have our work included in the NGA’s collection, and congratulations to Trenton Doyle Hancock for his new entries!

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