S i r i B e c k m a n
In the Collection of the Library of Congress Department of Prints and Photographs
Wood engraving is a relief printmaking method with a long history in both art and printing. The concept of engraving (incising a line in a hard material like wood, stone or metal) is as old as our Paleolithic ancestors. I began wood engraving in 1982 and have a significant portfolio of prints with subjects ranging from Maine life & landscape to Southwest imagery gathered from many experiences in the AIR programs of the National Park system.
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