Medea and her Sisters: Leonard Baskin’s Images of Women
This 2007 exhibition aimed to show both the continuity and developments in Leonard Baskin’s work throughout his distinguished career, filtered through the lens of a subject not usually associated with this prolific artist–his portrayals of women. A longtime professor at Smith College and resident of the Pioneer Valley, Baskin worked in almost every visual art medium, with the exception of oil, and was best known for his emotionally charged bronze sculptures and black-and-white woodcuts.
Available in soft cover, 2007
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