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In 1952 Ada Gilmore recorded the invention of the innovative single block “white-line” woodcut by B.J.O. Nordfeldt, Ethel Mars, Maud Squire, Mildred McMillen, Juliette Nichols and herself during the winter of 1916 that they spent together making prints in Provincetown.
Gilmore’s single-block woodcuts, such as The Wild Goose, are softer and more imaginative than the severely geometric and matter-of-fact woodcuts typical of her fellow Provincetown printers.
Dr. Steve Conant, Indianapolis; given to the Indianapolis Museum of Art in 1991.