William S. Rice was one of the most gifted block print artists of the American Arts and Crafts movement. Also a watercolorist, teacher, and avid outdoorsman, he found inspiration in nature and created humble yet stunning images. His active and prolific career extended to the age of ninety. Martin Krause served for thirty-nine years as curator of prints, drawings, and photographs at the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields. Krause is coauthor of Gustave Baumann: Nearer to Art and editor of the Pomegranate books The Autobiography of Gustave Baumann (2015) and Gustave Baumann: Views of Brown County (2018). His other wide-ranging publications devoted to the history of the graphic arts include monographs on J. M. W. Turner, Robert Indiana, and Garo Antreasian.