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a collection of fine woodcuts
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Certainly no one in Paris has Van Noten’s kind of prints, which in some cases suggested a ’30s woodcut.
Walls at their East Bay brewpub are fancifully illustrated with dancing jongleurs and toasting woodland creatures, adapted mostly from woodcuts that Alex encountered while working on her doctorate in 16th and 17th century English lit.
This exhibition centers on six centuries of wildlife and landscape illustration in the Western Hemisphere, everything from a 17th-century Greenlandic walrus to Rockwell Kent’s 20th-century woodcuts of Tierra del Fuego.
The stack of woodcut yellow and blue plexiglass installations, all isolated rectangular blocks, hung vertically on the wall.
Luther commissioned Cranach to create a woodcut called The True Depiction of the Papacy in 1534, which included images of the devil defecating monks while the pope is suckled by a Medusa-like crone.
The chronology of Frayling’s plates jumps around freely, between grindhouse film posters, New Yorker cartoons, postage stamps and the excellent woodcuts Lynd Kendall Ward created for a 1934 edition of the novel.
At the same time, the woodcuts helped to fix the idea of what a witch looked like in the popular imagination.
As a result, her woodcuts (like all her prints) enlarge the boundaries of the discipline.
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