Art on Paper was a bi-monthly art magazine published from 1996 to 2009. The magazine's editorial scope included limited-edition prints, artists' books, drawings, photographs, and ephemera.
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... In 1996, Gabriella Fanning, the former editor of the art magazine Contemporanea, purchased The Print Collectors Newsletter ... She changed the name to On Paper, converted it to a journal format, and expanded its coverage to include drawings ... title and format again, this time to a full-color glossy magazine titled Art on Paper ...
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