From Land to Land. Woodcuts by Todros Geller. (Signed by Todros Geller). –


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Todros Geller (1 July 1889 – 23 February 1949) was a Jewish American artist and teacher best known as a master printmaker and a leading artist among Chicago’s art community. He produced paintings, woodcuts, woodcarvings, and etchings. His work focused on Jewish tradition, often including moralistic themes and social commentary, shtetl, ghetto life, and the intersection of Jewish tradition with modern-day. Previous owners names on rear fep.

Publisher: L M Stein
Date Published: 1937
Publication Place: Chicago

Condition: Good. Illustrated paste-downs and feps. Pages clean and tightly bound.
Binding: Hardcover. 1/4 linen boards. Browning to spine. Corners exposed. Edge-wear.

Dimensions: 8vo.

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Weight 1400 g