Established in New York in the late 1960s by Robert Feldman, Parasol Press has since been publishing prints of world-renowned artists such as Richard Estes, Josef Albers, Eric Fischl and Robert Mangold. Often credited with introducing a generation of Minimalist and Conceptual artists to printmaking, Parasol Press, throughout the 1970s, encouraged artists such as Mel Bochner and Chuck Close to start creating prints and portfolios. Feldman has since published the famous Concinnitas Portfolio, alongside the mathematics professor Dan Rockmore, who Feldman met by chance on a trans-continental flight, the Yale University Art Gallery, and the Bernard Jacobson Gallery in London. The portfolio contains a collection of ten aquatints produced after ten mathematicians were asked to transcribe their “most beautiful mathematical expression”. It has been shown across the world including in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Today Parasol Press is based in Portland, Oregon and remains an important publisher in the contemporary art world.