Woodblock Prints by Lockwood Dennis

5 O'Clock by Lockwood Dennis

5 O'Clock by Lockwood Dennis

Lockwood Dennis is an artist based in the Pacific Northwest, who draws on a rich history for his colorful woodblock prints. His inspiration comes from diverse traditions such as German Expressionist prints, Japanese woodcuts, comic art, and WPA-era industrial design. Dennis works primarily with images of urban landscapes and automobiles of the 1930s and 1940s.

Uptown by Lockwood Dennis

Uptown by Lockwood Dennis

Sears Tower by Lockwood Dennis

Sears Tower by Lockwood Dennis

The Hook by Lockwood Dennis

The Hook by Lockwood Dennis

Flat Iron Building by Lockwood Dennis

Flat Iron Building by Lockwood Dennis

Vacant House by Lockwood Dennis

Vacant House by Lockwood Dennis

Of the prints I’ve seen, I think this one is my favorite:

Moon, Oil Tanks by Lockwood Dennis

Moon, Oil Tanks by Lockwood Dennis

Lighthouse, Galvaston Bay by Lockwood Dennis

Lighthouse, Galvaston Bay by Lockwood Dennis

Viaduct, Trolley (Evening) by Lockwood Dennis

Viaduct, Trolley (Evening) by Lockwood Dennis

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