Here is a pencil signed and numbered limited edition (/48) serigraph entitled "The Snare" by Harry Elno Krug. It is a mid-century brutalist rendering of a bird caught in a snare. HIs wife was a psychology teacher and the connection between the psyche and art is evident. This piece is beautifully framed and ready to be hung. ”Born, 1930, Wisconsin. B.F.A. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; M.S. University of Wisconsin, Madison; National Art Academy, Stuttgart, Germany (w/Erich Monch). Member: Boston Printmakers Society, Philadelphia Print Club. Positions: Professor Emeritus, Pittsburg State University, KS; Associate professor, printmaking Kansas State College; Crafts director, Special Services, Stuttgart, Germany 1968-71; Crafts director, Special Services, Baumholder,Germany, 1962-64.Exhibited: 22nd Am Color Print Exhib., Am. Color Print Soc., 1963; 6th Nat. Print Exhib., Silvermine Guild Artists, New Canaan, Conn., 1967; 19th Ann. Exhib., BMFA, 1968; Teacher-Artist Today, State Univ. NY, Oswego, 1969; Hopman, Krug, Ecker, Gal. Feursee, Stuttgart, 1970. Awards: Mid-Am. Ann. Purchase Award, Nelson-Atkins Art Mus., Kansas City, 1960; Sonia Watter Award, Am. Color Print Soc., Pa., 1962; prize for graphics, Jersey City Mus., NJ, 1968 Listed in Davenport’s & Who’s Who.