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Lynd Ward

Born in Chicago in 1905, Ward was a wood engraver, lithographer, illustrator, painter, and writer. He studied at, Teachers College, Columbia University and the State Academy for Graphic Arts, Leipzig, Germany, where he learned wood engraving with Hans Alexander Mueller. He is notable for developing the novel in woodcuts without the use of the written word. Some titles of these author/illustrator novels in woodcuts are, God's Man, 1929, Madman's Drum, 1930, and Vertigo, 1937. This story-telling process was also used by photographers in the photo-essay.



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Lynd Ward

American (1905-1985)
Clouded Over
6 x 8-7/8 in.

Wood engraving, 1948, edition limited but unknown. Signed and titled in pencil. Illustrated in American Prize Prints of the 20th Century, Albert Reese, 1944, p.206.


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Clouded Over



Lynd Ward

American (1905-1985)
Day of the Hawk
12 x 9 in.

Wood engraving, 1969, edition limited but unknown. Signed and titled in pencil.


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Day of the Hawk



Lynd Ward

American (1905-1985)
Corral: Tres Cumbres
7 x 11-7/8 in.

Wood engraving, 1953, edition 200. Signed and titled in pencil. Published by the Woodcut Society, 1953-1954, for their membership subscribers. In excellent condition, complete with information and original folder. Illustrated in Great American Prints, 1900-1950, June and Norman Kraeft, 1984, pl.127.


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Corral: Tres Cumbres



Lynd Ward

American (1905-1985)
Historic Christ Church at Middletown
9 x 15 in.

Wood engraving, c.1960, edition 166/250. In excellent condition printed on very thin-like tissue paper. Signed, titled, and numbered in pencil.


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Historic Christ Church at Middletown



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