This compilation of 20 linocuts from the watershed year 2002 shows works by printmaker Richard Mock (1944-2006) that illustrate his grief and outrage at the 2001 terrorist attacks in New York City. These timely linoleum-cut prints also express Mock's profound concern that key civil liberties were being abandoned in the name of "homeland security" and that patriotism was degrading into jingoism.|
Published by Gallery 72 (Omaha, Nebraska), a few copies of "Quivers" were autographed and dated by the artist in 2002 for Biddington's.
A noted editorial illustrator, Richard Mock is represented in important graphics collections including: Metropolitan Museum of Art (NY), New York Public Library, Walker Art Center (MN), Boston Museum of Fine Arts and Victoria & Albert Museum (UK). Richard Mock's editorial illustrations have appeared in New York Times, Wall Street Journal and United Nations publications as well as in the press of the loyal opposition. To learn more about the artist, see our archived Richard Mock studio visit. View archived images of editorial linocut prints by Richard Mock.