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Baumann’s Provincetown works of 1917 resemble the white-line woodcuts for which Provincetown was becoming famous without actually following the new method. Baumann adhered to the tradition of creating a separate block for each color in the print rather than short cutting the process to a single block. The resemblance comes from Baumann’s avoidance of a black outline block notable in Idle Fleet.
Elaine Ewing Fess and Stephen W. Fess, Indianapolis; given to the Indianapolis Museum of Art in 1998.