This catalogue documents the San Diego Museum of Art's collection of Belleroche's works on paper, the largest in the United States, as well as documents the first exhibition of this collection at the museum. Written by Steven Kern, the catalogue represents the first publication by a museum since 1933 on the artist's lithographic work. Drawing on Belleroche's log book, art criticism by Belleroche's contemporaries, and histories by authors who knew the artist personally, Kern's scholarly essay provides an in-depth analysis of Belleroche's art which was at the forefront of the turn-of-the-century renaissance of lithography. The unique cover of this elegant softcover publication is done in letterpress, evocative of the look and feel of the printmaker's craft. 61 pages, 40 full color plates, bibliography, 9" x 12".