Art: SAY IT WITH WOODCUTS

LOT of people would like to have A good original art in their homes, but few can afford it. A Montevideo-born artist named Antonio Frasconi has found a personal solution to the problem: he does woodcuts. Frasconi, today the U.S.'s foremost woodcut artist, makes 10 or 15 prints of a cut, sells them for $25 to $125 each. Such prices have brought him a far wider public than most painters can boast. This week, 34 of Frasconi's best woodcuts start a year-long tour of U.S. museums, sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution. The three prints opposite reflect Frasconi s fascination with Manhattan's...

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