19th Century American
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Fishing For Blues
Etching, image size 19 x 11 7/8 inches, copyright 1892, pencil signed l.r. "William Mc.Cary", bluefish remarque l.l., "Copyright, 1892 by Max Jacoby, N.Y." u.l.
This rare, 1881, pencil signed etching by Stephen Parrish measures 6 1/4 x 11 5/8 inches and is plate signed, titled and numbered. It is #54 in the Schneider catalogue. In the 1880's, Parrish was one of the leading etchers in America known for his depictions of the rugged New England coastline and the working-class people who lived in it.
Lithograph, image size 6 x 7 1/4 inches, 1858, plate signed and dated. William Morris Hunt was one of the earliest American lithographers. He was also a painter, and studied the French Barbizon style in Europe with Millet, a close friend. Hunt is widely credited with bringing the Barbizon style of painting back to the U.S.
The Shoeshine Boy
etching,1887,etching by H.Pruet Share,17X12 1/2",pencil signed
etching 7x7, pencil signed
Small version, etching, image size: 6x3 1/2, plate signed
1853- , American
London bridge, On the Thames
Etching, 1882, 9 1/2 x 15 inches, plate signed. Published by Fishel, Adler and Schwartz, London.
The Olive Trees on the Riviera
Etching, image size 10 3/4 x 14 1/2 inches, 1884, artist's monogram within the plate, pencil signed, l.r, printed on Japan paper.
Etching on thin Japan,1900,image size 6 7/8X4 1/2",pencil signed
Point Isabel, Coast of Florida
Etching, 1887, plate size 3 x 5 7/8 inches, plate signed
Etching, Image size 17 7/8 x 29 5/8 inches, printed by Wm.Pate & Co, NY,
plate signed 1886
Etching, image size: 16 x 23 inches, 1887, published by Klackner, plate signed
1823 - 1903, American
His Own Doctor
Etching, image size 11 3/4 x 7 7/8 in, rare pencil signed edition, 1883
Sailing Toy Yachts in Central Park
Etching, image size: 7 3/16 x 9 3/4 inches, 1888, plate signed lower right
Engraving by Cornelius Tiebout (1770-1830) after Stuart, image size 20 1/8 x 13 inches, sheet size 25 x 18 inches. This engraving is after the "Landsdowne" portrait, named for the British nobleman who commissioned the original painting by Stuart. It was first published by Tiebout in 1801. This is a later re-strike issued by William Smith, Philadelphia, c. 1865.