Paramour Fine Arts

Buck, Roger


A rather obscure but talented artist whose story is just beginning to be told. He learned wood engraving at an earlier age and produced prints in Germany and Spain. The artist came to the United States in about 1928. He was a skilled wood engraver and worked in a style similar to Lynd Ward. He worked in New York City and had a show at the Montross Gallery and the McDowell Club in 1934. He produced a woodcut novel titled BIRAKA in 1933. It was never officially published except a few copies for the artist and his family. We have a large archive of his work. Further information will be forthcoming. PLEASE INQUIRE
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The Drunk

The Drunk

Color silkscreen, 1938
11 5/8 in. x 8 1/4 in. (295 mm x 210 mm)
No stated edition

Availability: Sold

A fine impression of this poignant image dealing with alcoholism