Elaborating on a technique first used by Edvard Munch, these works were created with plates that fit together like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. A print was made after each piece of the plate had been inked separately in its own color and then reassembled. Many of the details are the result of selective wiping of the inked surfaces and the use of different types of ink rollers and varying pressure. Public collections containing these woodblock prints include the Brooklyn Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and the Oakland Museum of California.
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