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Gustave Baumann

American, German, 1881-1971

Gustave Baumann was born in Magdeburg, Germany, on June 27, 1881. Baumann immigrated to the USA as a child. He grew up in Chicago but became curious about New Mexico. He visited friends there in 1917 and settled in Santa Fe in 1918. He spent over 50 years there, where he participated in the art community. He created woodblocks from which he made prints and also became a carver of saints and marionettes, working with the Marionette Theatre. Baumann also created numerous paintings in bright colors. His woodcut subjects are church figures, scenes of sacred Indian pictographs and landscapes, including the Grand Canyon. During the 1930s, Baumann was a Works Progress Administration co-ordinator for Santa Fe. He died in Santa Fe on October 8, 1971.

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Gustave Baumann Color Woodblock, “Hopi Katcinas,” 1925
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Color woodblock created 1925 by important New Mexico artist Gustave Baumann (1881-1971). This print is pencil signed by Baumann lower right with his 'heart and hand' chop mark. Pen...
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