Portland Fine Print Fair 2019
January 25–27, 2019
You are invited to attend the Portland Fine Print Fair, now in its sixth year in the historic Fields Ballroom. Peruse and purchase prints from 19 top dealers from across North America & Europe. These knowledgeable art dealers welcome your questions, whether you are a first-time collector or a seasoned connoisseur. Prints from the Old Masters to contemporary emerging artists will be on sale, and excellent works can be found in all price ranges. This is your chance to browse and buy at the largest and most comprehensive print fair on the West Coast.
Visit the official Portland Fine Print Fair website.
- Art of Japan
- The Annex Galleries
- Armstrong Fine Art
- Augen Gallery
- Azuma Gallery
- Conrad R. Graeber Fine Art
- Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts
- Davidson Galleries
- Edward T. Pollack Fine Arts
- Egenolf Gallery
- Evil Prints
- Galerie Martiniz D.
- R.E. Lewis & Daughter Original Prints
- Stevens Fine Art
- Stoney Road Press
- Tamarind Institute
- The Tolman Collection
- William P. Carl Fine Prints
Sponsored in part by the Graphic Arts Council of the Portland Art Museum; Morel Ink; Framing Resource; Dan Bergsvik and Don Haslter; Dr. Douglas and Selby Key; Robert Trotman Interior Design, Inc.; Karen Varnhagen, Senior Portfolio Manager, Senior Vice President – Wealth Management, Morgan Stanley; Art Appraisal Resources; Barbara Delano and John Wyckoff; Will Gilliland; Louise Magun; Alice and Harold McCartor; Mel’s Frame Shop; MFA in Print Media at Pacific Northwest College of Art; Marcy and Richard Schwartz; and Barbara and Robert Brady.
Friday, January 25, 6–9 p.m.
Join us for an exclusive preview of the prints for sale before the fair opens to the general public. Enjoy passed hors d’oeuvres, wine, and priority purchasing from 19 dealers exhibiting fine prints from Old Master to contemporary. Proceeds from ticket sales benefit the activities and acquisitions of the Department of Prints & Drawings.
$30 Museum Members
$40 General Public
Purchase Advance Tickets
Night of the event: $50
Saturday, January 26, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday, January 27, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Free Talks and Tours
Saturday, January 26
10:30 a.m. – Jeannie Kenmostu, Ph.D.
1:30 p.m. – Mary Weaver Chapin, Ph.D.
Sunday, January 27
10 a.m. – Join Mary Weaver Chapin, Ph.D. for coffee and a roundtable discussion with dealers
11:30 a.m. – Mary Weaver Chapin, Ph.D.
Meet in the lobby of the Mark Building.