This book is a comprehensive examination of celebrated artist Carroll Dunham's ten years of work in the motype medium. One of the most important and influential painters of his generation, Carroll Dunham is rewned for his boundary- crossing explorations of gender, sex, and sexuality. This lushly illustrated book focuses on Dunham's motype prints, which largely revolve around the theme of the female bather. The nearly one hundred large-format works that make up this body of work were produced in the last decade and reveal a sophisticated understanding of the medium. Gorgeously reproduced, Dunham's prints are presented chrologically in this book, allowing an understanding of the artist's process of discovery.