This is a timeline of 20th-century printmaking in America.

20th century

1900s

Rachael Robinson Elmer Woolworth Building June Night, 1916
Bertha Lum, Point Lobos, 1920

1910s

1920s

Elizabeth Olds Steel Mills, 1938

1930s

Anthony Velonis Technical Problems of the Artist 1938
National print exhibition, Federal Art Gallery

1950s

1960s

June Wayne at Tamarind Workshop, 1965
Lovestamp

1970s

1980s

1990s

See also

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