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Walt Baulstaff



Walt Baulstaff lived and worked during the nineteenth century, producing prints of towns in the New England area. We have very little information on this artist, beyond the artworks he created. Prints were a desirable medium for showcasing the industrial advancements of small towns. Typically, printmakers would use drawings or sketches made by another artist to carve the image into a stone or metal plate (zinc or copper). Ink is then applied to the surface, leaving only the carved lines full of ink. An artist can pull multiple prints from a single stone or metal plate. While his exact date of death is unknown, Walt Baulstaff did not produce any work beyond the nineteenth century.

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