In "The Woodcutters, (Self Portrait of the Artist as Camp Cook)" artist Knute Heldner revealed his interest in depicting the hardships of the working man. The painting, depicting a lumber camp in Minnesota, was created in 1920 and measures 44 by 48 inches.
|Courtesy of||Jean Bragg Gallery|
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