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Box 9

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 File — Box: 9, Folder: 1

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Lubell 9/1: 315a-c

Black and white woodcut print in a dense composition of vegetation. Plants include flowers, a [thistle], [dandelions?], stems and leaves. Print 315a is signed W. Lubell. See untitled block (Lubell 518, Box 43).

315a - 30.5 x 22.5

315b - 30.4 x 22.5 cm

315c - 30.5 x 24.5 cm

Image measures 20.2 x 12.3

 File — Box: 9, Folder: 1

Scope and Contents: Lubell 9/1: 317 A colored white line woodcut print of a mass of lichens in greens and browns. There are brush lines in the right margin in the same colors. Signed W. M. Lubell. Lubell 86, titled Lichen Thicket #1 and Lubell 317, titled Lichen Forest are prints from the same woodblock. A woodblock with a similar treatment of the same subject is (Lubell 522, Box 44). 36.5 x 20.3 cm Image...
 File — Box: 9, Folder: 2

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Lubell 9/2: 319a-b

Small black and white wood engravings of a dragonfly, flowers and other plant material. Print 319a is signed W.M.L., with notations for “top” and “bottom.” Print 319b is signed W. Lubell.

319a – 19.1 x 22.5 cm

319b19.1 x 22.5 cm

Image measures 5.7 x 8.5 cm

 File — Box: 9, Folder: 2

Scope and Contents: Lubell 9/2: 320a-c Black and white woodcut prints of a woman in [Greek?] attire walking and playing a double flute. Colors: black and white. 320a is titled and signed Winifred Milius Lubell. This print was originally matted, with an accompanying typed explanation attached. The explanation has been recopied on acid free paper and is housed with these prints. Prints Lubell 157, titled Piper of Mytilene, and Lubell 320a-c, untitled, are from the same...
 File — Box: 9, Folder: 3

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Lubell 9/3: 329a-g

Black and white linocut prints. Two embracing female figures with fish tails. Seven prints. Print 329g has a penciled note below: “New Year’s Welcome.” See also a colored version of this print (Lubell 387, titled Sisters) and linoleum block, also titled [Sisters] (Lubell 492, Box 38).

Size ranges from 11.7 x 14.1 cm to 27.7 x 21.4 cm

Image measures 9.7 x 11.3 cm

 File — Box: 9, Folder: 4

Scope and Contents: Lubell 9/4: 330a-f Black and white woodblock prints. Seated turtle showing head, legs and flat stomach shell. Lubell 330a-c are printed on smaller, more light-weight paper than the other two. 330a-c are black and white with no additional color, though 330a, labeled “Proof 1,” has white gouache covering unwanted lines. In 330d-f, the turtle has yellow eyes, and in 330f it has a green/yellow beak. 330f is labeled “A/P” and had been matted and signed Winifred Lubell. The matting...
 File — Box: 9, Folder: 5

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Lubell 9/5: 334

Etching print, with plate mark, in white and green tinted tan of a plant or plants with a thick stem and many smaller branches holding seedpods, [lichens?], spiny growths. Verso has the initials WL. See untitled metal plate (Lubell 511, Box 41).

36.3 x 27.5cm

 File — Box: 9, Folder: 5

Scope and Contents: Lubell 9/5: 335a-b Black and white woodcut print of three rows of [Greek? Egyptian?] people and birds. The top and bottom rows show people walking with branches beside water, with a woman playing a double flute in the top row and a bird in the bottom row. The middle row has a bird, tumblers, a musician and a [temple column?]. The images are bordered in black, with a double line at the top and bottom. The two are similar, but not exact in size. 37.3 x 30.4 cm...
 File — Box: 9, Folder: 5

Scope and Contents: Lubell 9/5: 337 Yellow and green woodcut print, similar in style to the Tall Grass series. Print is of a dandelion, its leaves and grass, with a bee, a spider and a flying insect. The print is identified as a proof. See woodblock Tall Grass (Lubell 494, Box 39) that is a part of the final print, showing the leaves, grass and insect, but not the dandelion. The woodblock for the dandelion is titled ...
 File — Box: 9, Folder: 6

Scope and Contents: Lubell 9/6: 338a-b Colored woodcut prints, with black outlines and shading, but with browns, oranges, grays, yellows and purple. Four stylized female figures surrounding a bird with an [internal] egg. 338a is labelled “Proof 1 Untouched,” and 338b is labelled “Proof 2.” See woodblock Midwives – Color (Lubell 460, Box 29). These prints are similar to Lubell 281 prints, but differ in size and in the more liberal use of color and the lack of a fetal...