Skip to main content
  • Want more images or videos?
    Request additional images or videos from the seller
1 of 4

Suzanne Benton
Suzanne Benton_Visionary_2013_ monoprint with Chine collé_ 9 ¼ x11 ¾ in


$1,20020% Off


Suzanne Benton has been a working artist in a wide range of media for more than 60 years, with more than 150 solo exhibitions, 110 group shows, and two retrospectives of her multi-faceted work. Since 2010 alone, Benton has had seven solo shows and has been represented in 13 group shows, including the Asian Art Biennale in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Her career as a metal sculptor, mask maker/performance artist, printmaker, painter, lecturer, workshop leader, and pioneer feminist activist artist, featured in Feminists Who Changed America 1963- 1975, has carried her throughout the United States and to more than 30 countries. In her recent series of artworks, From Paintings in Proust and the current Circling Vermeer, Benton draws on years of inspiration and influence, approaching the Western canon of artworks first studied in her younger years as a student and artist. Benton has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards and has received support and sponsorship from the U.S. government, collectors, foundations, and local, national and international civic and community organizations. Represented in museum and in private collections worldwide, Benton is also the author of The Art of Welded Sculpture (Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1975) and over sixty published articles. Benton has curated exhibitions, given printmaking workshops, and taught and lectured widely. Her feminist activism has continue to be a seminal theme in her art and life. She founded and organized the January 21, 2017 Women’s Solidarity March in St. Petersburg, Florida, which drew an unprecedented 25,000 peaceful marchers to downtown St. Petersburg. Her efforts were recognized by the Pinellas Chapter of the ACLU in Florida, which granted her the Gardner Beckett 2017 Civil Liberties Award. The Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America in Cambridge, Massachusetts is acquiring Benton’s papers. Her feminist activist archives have been acquired by The Rutgers University Women Artists’ Archive in New Brunswick, NJ. "I believe in the power of the artist as culture-maker and that the purpose of art is to explore humanity. Having developed my work as a bridge between cultures, I’m drawn to multicultural themes. Myth, history, biblical lore, folk legend, and the mask forms of eastern and western cultures flow through my multi-disciplinary art. This trajectory has carried me to 32 countries to study, reconfigure, and retell significant sagas and tales through a feminist American artist’s eye. The multi-disciplined artwork created in response to this immersion is deeply philosophical. Having both a knowledge of sacred texts and ancient stories and the ability to transform them into contemporary relevance, my work has become a seasoned voice that has long prepared itself to reach America’s unique and always evolving demographics, where people from all the world live, hope and dream." Suzanne Benton


  • Creator
  • Creation Year
  • Dimensions
    Height: 13 in. (33.02 cm)Width: 10 in. (25.4 cm)
  • Medium
  • Movement & Style
  • Period
  • Condition
    this monoprint is framed. The dimensions with framing are 15 x 17.75 in.
  • Gallery Location
    Greenwich, CT
  • Reference Number
    1stDibs: LU17225325862

Shipping & Returns

  • Shipping
    Rates vary by destination and complexity. We recommend this shipping type based on item size, type and fragility.
    Ships From: Greenwich, CT
  • Return Policy

    A return for this item may be initiated within 7 days of delivery.

1stDibs Buyer Protection Guaranteed
If your item arrives not as described, we’ll work with you and the seller to make it right. Learn more
About the Seller
5 / 5
Located in Greenwich, CT
Vetted Seller
These experienced sellers undergo a comprehensive evaluation by our team of in-house experts.
Established in 2014
1stDibs seller since 2015
103 sales on 1stDibs
Typical response time: 5 hours
More From This Seller

You May Also Like

Museum Poster, Till min älskade (To my beloved) Love Romance Interior
Located in Brooklyn, NY
This is an exhibition poster from Moderna Museet. Condition: Very good. Light signs of handling. Unframed poster will ship rolled in a protected mailing tube. Marie-Louise Ekman ha...

2010s Feminist Figurative Prints



Arla Lucia
Located in Santa Fe, NM
Arla Lucia is an evocative portrait by Indigenous artist Cara Romero. Romero focuses her lens on Native peoples in order to redefine cultural perceptions. Arla Lucia is a photogravur...

2010s Feminist Figurative Prints



Monocole III - Karen Epstein - Abstract Contemporary Portrait Fashion Photograph
By Karen Epstein
Located in Maywood, NJ
Monocole III - Karen Epstein - Abstract Contemporary Portrait Fashion Photography Exploring themes of feminism, exploitation, self awareness and alienation in her work, Karen's por...

2010s Feminist Portrait Prints


Photographic Paper, Archival Pigment

Overture 2 BY CLARE GROSSMAN, Limited Edition Figurative Nude Print, Affordable
By Clare Grossman
Located in Deddington, GB
Clare Grossman Overture 2 Limited edition of 70. A solar plate etching on Somerset 300gsm paper. Image Size: H 12.5 x W 17.5cm Sold Unframed Please note that insitu images are purely...

21st Century and Contemporary Feminist Nude Prints


Paper, Etching

"Georgia O'Keefe in the Deep Blue II" Monotype, 2015
By Rob Delamater
Located in San Francisco, CA
Entitled "Georgia O'Keefe in the Deep Blue II", this 2015 silhouette portrait monoprint on paper is by San Francisco artist and Lost Art Salon co-owner Rob Delamater (b.1966). Delama...

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Figurative Prints


Paper, Monoprint

Flowers and Females
By James Rosenquist
Located in Miami, FL
TECHNICAL INFORMATION James Rosenquist Flowers and Females, 1986 Monoprint and lithograph in colors with collage, on T.H. Saunders HP drawing paper and Arches 88 paper, the full she...

1980s Pop Art Portrait Prints


Lithograph, Monoprint

Perfil V, Mixografia by Manolo Valdes
By Manolo Valdés
Located in Long Island City, NY
Date: 2004 Mixografia print on handmade paper, signed and numbered in pencil Edition of 25 Size: 44 x 31 in. (111.76 x 78.74 cm) Printer: Mixografia Publisher: Mixografia

Early 2000s Modern Portrait Prints


Mixed Media, Monoprint

By Red Grooms
Located in New York, NY
Red Grooms’ “Ruckus Manhattan” in the mid-1970s humorously transformed Grand Central Terminal into a 3-D caricature of New York City. “I wanted to do a novelistic portrait of Manhatt...

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Portrait Prints



The 1stDibs Promise

Learn More

Expertly Vetted Sellers

Confidence at Checkout

Price-Match Guarantee

Exceptional Support

Buyer Protection

Insured Global Delivery