Gustave Baumann Taos Note Card Folio
As a young man, Baumann seldom escaped from the cities where he worked as a commercial printmaker. A visit to the tiny artists’ colony of rural Nashville, Indiana opened his eyes to a pre-industrial world that he would make the subject of countless woodcuts in the decades to come. After many years of moving around, he settled in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Southwestern landscape and the culture of Native Americans filled many of the prints that he produced over the years that followed.
Baumann's Taos Mountain and Taos are both in the IMA's permanent collection.
10 full-color blank note cards with envelopes. Contains five each of two images. Dimensions: 5 x 7".