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Lot 671: GUSTAVE BAUMANN - Original color woodcut

Fine Art - Day 2 Starting Bid @ $550 or Less

by Stanford Auctioneers

December 9, 2012

Phoenix, AZ, USA

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  • GUSTAVE BAUMANN - Original color woodcut
  • GUSTAVE BAUMANN - Original color woodcut
  • GUSTAVE BAUMANN - Original color woodcut
  • GUSTAVE BAUMANN - Original color woodcut
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Description: Gustave Baumann (German/American, 1881 - 1971). "August". Original color woodcut. 1912. Stamp signed with the initials, lower left; signed in the block, lower right. Cream wove paper. Wide margins. Fine impression with heavy ink application. Very good condition. Provenance: Through the artist Will Vawter. Included in the suite of 13 woodcuts (the twelve different months & the title page) published in "All the Year Round" as "August." We could not find a stamp signed impression of this print at auction. Literature/catalogue raisonne: See: Acton, Krause, and Yurtseven's 'Gustave Baumann - Nearer to Art,' pg. 20; and David Acton's 'Hand of a Craftsman - The Woodcut Technique of Gustave Bauman,' pg. 77. Overall size: 10 1/8 x 8 1/4 in. (257 x 210 mm). Image size: 7 3/4 x 6 5/16 in. (197 x 160 mm). [26349] |225| {R100}

Condition Report: Very good condition

Provenance: Through the artist Will Vawter

Artist or Maker: Gustave Baumann (German/American, 1881 - 1971).

Medium: Original color woodcut

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