Frans Masereel

''Frans Masereel in his studio'', by [[Jules De Bruycker Frans Masereel (31 July 1889 – 3 January 1972) was a Flemish painter and graphic artist who worked mainly in France, known especially for his woodcuts focused on political and social issues, such as war and capitalism. He completed over 40 wordless novels in his career, and among these, his greatest is generally said to be ''Passionate Journey''.

Masereel's woodcuts influenced Lynd Ward and later graphic artists such as Clifford Harper, Eric Drooker, and Otto Nückel. Provided by Wikipedia
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By Masereel, Frans
Date 1963
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Herdruk van: Manifest der Kommunistischen Partei ; London, 1848 By Marx, Karl, Engels, Friedrich, Masereel, Frans
Date 1968
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Collectie Vrijzinnige Werkmansbibliotheek By Mussche, Achilles
Date 1929
Other Authors: '; ...Masereel, Frans...
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Tentoonstelling vond plaats in het Klingspor-Museum (Offenbach am Main) van 7 sept. tot 31 okt. 1977 By Ritter, Paul, Masereel, Frans
Date 1977
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Overdruk uit 'Philobilon' : Vierteljahrsschrift für Buch und Graphiksammler 29(1985) 3 By Ritter, Paul, Masereel, Frans
Date 1983
brochure
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Overdruk uit 'Philobilon' : Vierteljahrsschrift für Buch und Graphiksammler 29(1985) 3 By Ritter, Paul, Masereel, Frans
Date 1985
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By Sahl, Hans, Masereel, Frans
Date 1938
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