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Jill Moser: 2023 aquatints

Manneken Press released a new project with Jill Moser in 2023. Since our previous project together Moser’s work had shifted away from the gestural mark to a collage-based approach to image making. Some of these painted collages became the inspiration for the imagery in “Of Night” and “Rogue”. The subtle brushstrokes in the aquatint fields and the juicy texture of the woodcut strips echo some of the qualities of the collages.

These prints are hand-printed from etched copper plates and woodblocks on Somerset Velvet Soft White paper in editions of 20.


Jill Moser has been exploring the intersections of painting, writing and the animated image for over thirty years. During the past two decades, she has also worked on collaborative multimedia projects with poets Laurie Sheck, Charles Bernstein and Major Jackson, and artist Fernando Augusto, and created a large body of prints with many significant contemporary print publishers. Moser’s paintings, drawings, prints, and artist’s books have been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States and Europe, and are featured in prominent museums and public collections, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, The National Gallery of Art, The Yale University Art Gallery, The Fogg Art Museum, and The National Library of France. Moser has taught at Princeton University, Virginia Commonwealth University, The School of Visual Arts and lectured across the United States. She lives and works in New York.