Gustave Baumann (1881-1971)
Grandma Battin's Garden
Woodblock Print on Paper
12 x 12 inches
Signed Lower Right
This Baumann woodblock print was featured in our weekly email on 9/26/13 along with the following gallery comments:
Always the most popular image from Baumann’s Brown County period (and possibly of his entire output), Grandma Battin’s Garden was actually created in 1926, after Baumann had relocated to Sante Fe. This particular ‘pull’ is noted as “RC I” indicating it was from a new edition of the print that Baumann initiated in 1956. Housed in the original Baumann-made frame. A singularly iconic example from America’s master woodblock artist.
- Curt Churchman, Fine Estate Art
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