This early to mid 20th century green woodcut on paper abstract is by Polish-born New York Expressionist Jennings Tofel (1891-1959). Tofel was a friend of Georgia O'Keefe and Alfred Stieglitz. He received an art grant to work in Paris in the 1920s. His work is in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Tofel is known for his allegorical, Expressionist figurative scenes. Estate stamped lower right. Framed in a restored vintage wood frame with a matte black finish, using archival warm mat behind conservation clear glass.
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