Charles Surendorf "Mother Lode Snow" wood block print
This quiet almost surreal scene in the California Gold Country depicts a running stream with snowy banks. In the foreground are large tree trunk shorn of their branches for the artist's truncated perspective. Drifts of snow pile and in the distance we see a cove of trees. This is a 1st edition of 100 and is definitely black and white. Surendorf prepared his wood blocks and printed them himself. The frame is original to it. Measurement is 6 5/8" by 8 5/8".
Surendorf was born in Richmond, Indiana and graduated for Ohio State University. He moved to San Francisco in 1935 where he taught and became active in the art scene. His art work is in museums such as Mills College in Oakland, St Louis Museum in Missouri, University of Michigan Art Museum in Ann Arbor. He lived in Columbia in the Gold Country of California.
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