|Leonard Baskin, 'Charles Ricketts', etching (2000)|
The etchings (one in mirror image) are identical, but one is printed in black and white, one in blue and one in red and yellow. Which portrait served as a basis, I don't know, but Baskin's portrait doesn't resemble any of the photographs of Ricketts. The moustache seems too full, the head hair too voluptuous. The accompanying text is complimentary and says that not Morris, but Ricketts has exerted the cardinal influence on book design in the late Victorian era.