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Snowy Thicket Wood Block Print by Robert Clark

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Robert Clark
Snowy Thicket, 2012
Limited edition wood block print. Edition 4/24
16 ½” x 18 ½” framed

Woodblock artist Robert Clark achieves great depth by manually building thick layers of oil paint on Japanese Okawara paper. He makes up to seventeen wood blocks to construct a print. The resulting images appear more like oil paintings than woodblock prints. His prints have a painterly quality, and are crafted in a manner reminiscent of the woodblock prints of the Arts & Crafts style from the early 20th century. This print features a snow scene from the Algerine Coast, near Clark’s Mount Desert Island home.

Donated by: Robert Clark

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