Art in the House
This is part of a series of woodcuts called Art in the House that was designed by English artist Robert Bateman in 1876. It seems to depict man serenading a woman by under a tree. The woodcut is created by carving a wooden block to the desired design, and then rolling ink over the carved block for printing on paper.
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Crane, Walter The Decorative Illustration of Books Old and New (New York, NY: G. Bells and Sons, Ltd, 1905)