In 1964, The Paris Review launched its print series, with original works by twenty-three major contemporary artists. The series was underwritten by Drue Heinz, a literary philanthropist and former publisher of the magazine, and directed by the American painter Jane Wilson, who also contributed a print. MoMA purchased a full set for their permanent collection in 1967, and the series has been exhibited internationally.
Our limited editions are hand-numbered, signed by the artist, and priced on a scale determined by availability. All proceeds benefit the Paris Review Foundation, a 501(c)(3). We are extremely grateful to the artists for their beautiful work and to you for supporting the Review.