Here’s a pleasing wood block print by August Cueni (Swiss, 1883-1966). I can’t tell you anything about him, except that he seems to have been primarily a painter, and to have painted primarily in a post-Impressionistic style reminiscent of Cezanne. I basically found this one woodcut, which I like a lot. Some subsequent searching around turned up evidence of a book of his wood block prints, but not much in the way of decent pictures. So that makes Cueni a good artist to enjoy today, the day before another sale (Needham Winter Arts Festival). So there aren’t details or analysis, just a wood block print I like, that I’m sharing with you.
[Picture: Kirche von Dittingen bei Laufen (Church of Dittingen in Laufen), wood block print by August Cueni, first half of twentieth century? (Image from Blouin Art Info).]