1951, printed 1967
(American, born Germany, 1881-1971)
Color woodcut with aluminum leaf
Support: Zerkaff butten paper
Image: 25.2 x 38.3 cm (9 15/16 x 15 1/16 in.); Sheet: 36.6 x 45.9 cm (14 7/16 x 18 1/16 in.)
© Ann Baumann Trust
Gift of Ann Baumann 2005.414
Catalogue raisonné: Chamberlain 185
Shifting, glistening gypsum dunes, some as much as 40 feet high, are located in the Tularosa Basin, part of the White Sands National Monument near Alamogordo, New Mexico. Baumann mischievously placed Camel Rock, a legendary formation located between Taos and Santa Fe, among the unusual shapes he found in the Tularosa Basin.
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