Gustave Baumann’s Southwest

by Joseph Traugott, PhD

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Early in his career, Gustave Baumann (1881-1971) lived in Chicago and spent time in rural Indiana, New England, and New York, but he found his true home in New Mexico. He moved to Santa Fe in 1918 and spent the rest of his life there. This hardcover volume presents over 50 color plates of the artists’s woodblock prints and gouaches, with a scholarly essay by Joseph Traugott, PhD, curator of twentieth century art at the New Mexico Museum of Art. This book is a wonderful introduction to the life and work of this talented and prolific Arts and Crafts printmaker.

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Author

by Joseph Traugott, PhD

Format

Hardcover; 80pp

ISBN

978-0764941788

Year

2007