Gustave Baumann


German artist Gustave Baumann (b.1881) immigrated to the United States in 1891 and lived in Chicago. After his father left in 1896, he took on the responsibility of caring for his family. He sold his drawings to make money, and eventually he became an apprentice at the Franklin Engraving Company. Artist Gustave Baumann did all of his own carving, ink mixtures, printing, and careful selection of handmade paper to print on.

Gustave Baumann artwork for sale includes intricate woodcut prints that all have his signature seal, a hand over a heart. In 1915, his color woodcuts won the gold medal for prints at the Panama Pacific International Exposition. Woodblock carvings of the landscapes of Chicago and Santa Fe, where he moved in 1919, are popular Gustave Baumann prints. Discover other incredible landscape prints for sale at auction to bring a touch of the exotic to your living room.

Past Lots

Gustave Baumann, (1881-1971, Santa Fe, NM), "Pine and Aspen," 1920, Color woodcut on cream laid paper, watermark the artist's hand-in-

Sold: $21,250

Gustave Baumann, (1881-1971 Santa Fe, NM), "Pelican Rookery", Color woodblock on laid paper under glass, Image: 9.5" H x 11" W

Sold: $14,000

Gustave Baumann (1881-1971 Santa Fe, NM)

Sold: $13,200

Gustave Baumann (1881-1971 Santa Fe, NM)

Sold: $12,650