Date of Work
hand-tinting on lithograph
bottom right (on all 3 pieces)
Art & Design Study Collection
UND Art Collections Repository
Kim William Fink is a Professor in the Department of Art & Design at the University of North Dakota, where he teaches printmaking.
Fink's art often explores the ways in which cultural memory is produced. His work calls attention to the images and meanings that create individual and collective identities. Fink also explores the influence of popular culture and postmodern perspectives on identity.
"Ars Moriendi 2" is a larger version of "Ars Moriendi", which was part of a publication "30 Oregon Printmakers" printed after the death of Fink's son.
print #1 of triptych has a 2" tear on right side of piece
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