Modern Masters of the Woodcut
Drawn entirely from the museum’s collection, Modern Masters of the Woodcut reveals how the American woodcut has evolved over the past century. While many of the prints retain their connections to traditional methods of woodblock printing, they all expose a pliant medium capable of bold new forms of artistic expression. The exhibition includes prints by a number of major figures in the field, including Gustave Baumann, Paul Landacre, and Clare Leighton. Also included in the exhibition are several illustrated books featuring woodcuts or wood engravings from the Carter’s research library.
Louis SchankerNon-Objective, 1939
Pedro Joseph De LemosOld Pines at Monterey, ca. 1916-1920
Gustave BaumannIdle Fleet, Provincetown, Massachusetts, 1918
Ada Gilmore ChaffeeLady Slippers, ca. 1928
John J. A. MurphyShadow Boxing, 1924
Clinton HillDesert Becoming, 1959