"A Frasconi Family Travelogue," Signed with date,"64" under the color woodcut of the first double page, Adlib Press of Pratt Institute, New York, February 1964. ANTONIO FRASCONI.
"A Frasconi Family Travelogue," Signed with date,"64" under the color woodcut of the first double page, Adlib Press of Pratt Institute, New York, February 1964.
ANTONIO FRASCONI

(1919-2013) Uruguayan artist known for his wood cuts.

"A Frasconi Family Travelogue," Signed with date,"64" under the color woodcut of the first double page, Adlib Press of Pratt Institute, New York, February 1964.

The beautiful graphic travelogue depicts the Frasconi family trip to Europe in 1962 in words written by the family members and most woodcuts drawn by Frasconi. The soft cover book is explained on the first page. "A graphic collection of a trip to Europe by Antonio and Leona Frasconi and their sons Pablo and Miguel. This special keepsake edition of 400 copies was reprinted from Artist's Proof...The signed color woodcut by Antonio Frasconi on its page was printed directly from the original woodblocks, by James Lanier...." The soft cover book contains six printed woodcuts in addition to the first page original color graphic. In fine condition with slight bend to lower right corner of back cover. www.schulsonautographs.com.

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Price: $250.00

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