A woodcut in two colors, black and red by American sculptor Leonard Baskin (1922 – 2000), sheet measures 15 4/16 in x 19 15/16 in; woodcut image measures 12 5/8 in x 14 in. Signed in graphite lower right-of-center, also inscribed, “Frightened Boy and His Dog,” with the edition number “21/210.” “LB/F” is also found below the image on the lower left. Commissioned and sold by International Graphic Arts Society (IGAS). See: Alan Fern and Judith Sullivan, The Complete Prints of Leonard Baskin, New York: 1984, No. 248. Image slightly sunned, otherwise very good on an original untrimmed sheet. Another copy of this woodcut is found in the print collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
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