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Georg Brochner and the Golden Books

Some time ago, the Annex Galleries acquired a collection of small works on paper, with a tremendous range of styles and subject matter, showcasing various late 19th and early 20th century European artists. They came bound in a number of … Continue reading

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Henry Wolf, Master Wood-engraver: 1852 – 1916

Wood-engraving reached its height in mid-nineteenth century America; it was utilized as an inexpensive method of reproducing drawings, and even paintings, in periodicals – the most noted probably being Winslow Homer’s work in Harpers Weekly. Many American wood-engravers (notably Linton, … Continue reading

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