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A bound collection of twenty prints made from linoleum blocks, designed and cut by the students of the Maryland Institute Art, entitled "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner." This collection was assembled between the years of 1920-1924. Included are works by Lee Gatch, Charles O. Robinson, Tyron Wilson, Larry Murphy, Robert S. Geass, Paul H. Maky, Sheldon E. Schafer, and Harrietta Benson. Lee Gatch (1902-1968) is one of the Maryland Institute of Art's most noted alumni. While at the Maryland Institute of Art, Gatch studied under Leon Kroll and John Sloan. After graduation, he traveled to France to study at the American School at Fontainebleau and at the Académie Modern with Moise Kisling and André Lhote, a cubist academician. Possibly one of Gatch's earliest known works. Linocuts measure 9" H x 7" W. Condition: Overall good condition, some toning, minimal foxing. Wear to the exterior binding.