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Warren B. Mack

Mack was a noted horticulturist and wood engraver at Penn State University until his death in 1952. Many of his engravings were related to the subjects he studied in his horticultural research. He was elected as an Associate Member to the National Academy of Design in 1944, being sponsored by the etcher, John Taylor Arms. Mack was influenced by the works of J.J. Lankes and Timothy Cole, both well known wood engravers, while working on his Ph.D at Johns Hopkins University. His work is in the collection of the Fogg Museum at Harvard University, the Library of Congress, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Hunterian Art Gallery in Scotland. Reference: Newsletter, No.36, 2005, Penn State University.



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Warren B. Mack

American (1896-1952)
Nittany Wheat Fields
10 x 14 in.

Wood engraving, c.1940's, edition 8/100. Signed, titled, and numbered in pencil. Printed on wove paper with a watermark, Vidalon. In excellent condition with large margins.


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Nittany Wheat Fields



Warren B. Mack

American (1896-1952)
Queen Anne's Lace
7 x 10 in.

Wood engraving, 1947, edition 200. Signed in pencil. The Thirty-first Publication Print of the Woodcut Society, Alexandria, Virginia. In excellent condition printed on wove paper, intact in the information folder of the Society.


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Queen Anne's Lace



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