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All who have visited a print fair have curiously peek at a work being invoiced or packed away, hoping to catch a glimpse of what is no longer available.  Friends, crossing each other's path on the show floor, slip the new purchase out of its protective sleeve to show one another the wonderful latest acquisition.  The digital record presented by the West Coast Print Fair makes it easy to let all partake in the joy of other collectors.  Here it is, your look at all the prints and drawings that have sold this past week.
Gustave Baumann: Procession Sold

BAUMANN, Gustave

Procession

Woodcut, 1930 / printed in 1956.

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Procession is a color woodcut with aluminum leaf by American master printmaker, Gustave Baumann (1881-1971). The blocks originated in 1930 and thi...

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Oscar Droege: Gnarly Winter Oak Sold

DROEGE, Oscar

Gnarly Winter Oak

Woodcut, no date.

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Color woodcut (woodblock print) on Japan paper, no date.Edition unknown, but likely small.Signed in pencil.Image size: 15 3/4 x 11 5/8 inches.Born ...

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Ray Morimura: Water Garden Sold

MORIMURA, Ray

Water Garden

Woodblock Print, 2013.

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Woodblock2013Edition of 7023 x 17 in

Gordon Mortensen: April, High Desert Sold

MORTENSEN, Gordon

April, High Desert

Woodcut, 1998.

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April, High Desert is a color reduction woodcut from 1998 by American printmaker Gordon Louis Mortensen (born 1938). It is pencil signed, titled, d...

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Gordon Mortensen: Ghost Ranch Sold

MORTENSEN, Gordon

Ghost Ranch

Woodcut, 2000.

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Ghost Ranch is a color reduction woodcut from 2002 by American printmaker Gordon Louis Mortensen (born 1938). It is pencil signed, titled, dated, ...

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Frances H. Gearhart: Zinnias Sold

GEARHART, Frances H.

Zinnias

Linocut, ca 1930.

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Zinnias is a color linoleum cut created about 1930 by American artist Frances Gearhart (1869-1958). It is pencil signed and titled and was printed...

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