I really love this waterfall by Mabel Royds (English,1874-1941). It’s clearly been made from several blocks, but in addition a least one of the blocks has been inked with multiple colors in gradation to make the grey-to-blue rocks. I love the close-up framing on the water. It looks cool, refreshing, and appropriately life-giving for World Water Day.
Never take water for granted.
[Pictures: The Waterfall, color wood block print by Mabel Royds, c 1938 (Image from National Galleries Scotland);
Stream, color wood block print by Eric Slater, between 1926-38 (Image from Modern Printmakers).]