The Print Study Room

The Syracuse University Art Collection Print Study Room is available to students, scholars, and others interested in the history of printmaking.  Arrangements can be made with the professional staff at the SUArt Galleries to see works from the print collection.  We are also pleased to share information about the more than 15,000 works stored in our on-campus facility.  You can research our collection by visiting our online database at Search the Collection.

Please utilize the Class and Group Visit Request form to make an appointment, schedule a visit or to find out more information about how we can engage your students or group with the exhibitions, programs, and collections at SUArt.

Current Exhibition:

SAGA Artists in the Syracuse University Art Collection

SUArt Galleries
August 16, 2018 through May 12, 2019

Originally organized as the Brooklyn Society of Etchers, the Society of American Graphic Artists (SAGA) was known by several different names during its first 30 years of existence. Recognizing its membership outgrew its Brooklyn footprint, it adopted new names, the Society of American Etchers, then the Society of American Etchers, Gravers, Lithographers, and Woodcutters, and finally in 1952, the Society of American Graphic Artists.

At Syracuse, the SAGA was an important organization that faculty and students of the graphic arts observed for proof that a successful career could be had in the visual arts. When developing the Syracuse University Art Collection, directors, faculty and curators looked to the organization for examples of contemporary art and began collecting works by notable members of the organization. Past presidents, Ernest Roth, John Taylor Arms, Lynd Ward, John Ross, Clare Romano and others, have their work represented in our collection. In fact, the Art Collection has more than 50 SAGA members represented among its print holdings and the work of distinguished artists such as Isabel Bishop, Reginald Marsh, Edward Hopper, Peggy Bacon, John Sloan and Robert Kipniss account for several hundred works of art.