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Spring

By: Lori Williamson | Item of the Day | March 23, 2020

This woodcut, created between 1966 -1969, is entitled "Spring." Indeed, it is what all of the trees around us look like now, but not for long! Also, note the vaguely greenish ground: it will come. The artist who created this is Eugene Larkin.