Kerr Eby, American, 1889-1946, "Rough Going". An evocative image of WWI by American artist Harold Kerr Eby, this etching with drypoint measures 8 1/4 x 11 3/4 inches, pencil signed in an edition of 60, second published state, 1919, Giardina cat: 29. Eby's WWI experiences in France lead to this richly inked image of infantry marching through the results of war. Very richly inked with drypoint burr.
This Joseph Pennell etching measures 11 3/4 x 8 3/8 inches, pencil signed, 1904, cat: Wuerth 324, probably in an edition of 25. Pennell was an important American etcher, lithographer and illustrator. Good friends with James McNeill Whistler, he and his wife co-authored his biography. Pennell was known for his continued experimentation with technique and style, producing cityscapes, landscapes and marine scenes. He also printed many of his own images.
This is a fantastic scene of the railroad tracks and surrounding industrial buildings in Oberhausen, Germany by American artist Joseph Pennell. Etching, image size 9 3/8 x 12 1/2 inches, published in 1910 in an edition of 50 impressions, cat: Wuerth- 606, pencil signed "J. Pennell imp", the 'imp' indicating that Pennell printed this impression himself. This etching is printed on an early antique watermarked laid type paper with trimmed margins and a tab signature, in the style of Whistler. There are two small rust spots which appear to be in the paper, as is common in early paper of this type. Pennell was one of the foremost American printmakers of the early 20th century, and was close friends with James McNeill Whistler, whose influence is evident in many of Pennell's images as well as his sense of experimentation with etching technique. Pennell was especially known for his images of cityscapes and architecture; in this image the trains and surrounding factories provide the structure of the composition, while ghostly, quickly rendered figures give a human presence and sense of scale to the bustling railyard.
Lithograph printed in 1939. Edition of 25. Pencil titled in the lower left, signed and dated in pencil in the lower right. Plate measures 13 1/4 x 9 7/8 inches on 18 x 12 3/8. A delightful print full of light and movement.
This is an original drypoint etching by American artist Lawrence Kupferman. It is titled: "Abandoned House", it was created and printed in 1939, this is editioned as 5/100. The image measures 10 1/2X12 inches. It is pencil signed and titled in the lower border
This is an original drypoint etching by American sporting artist Frank Benson. The title is: Over Sunk Marsh, it was created and printed in an edition of 150 impressions in 1920. The image measures 6X7 7/8 inches. Printed on a medium weight Hodamura paper. This image appears in the Ordeman catalog as image number 188.
This is a very fine original etching by American sporting artist Roland Clark. The title of this work is: Before the Squall, it was created and printed in 1929 in an edition of 75. The image measures 12X15 inches. The setting was Currituck Sound, North Carolina. This etching is framed.
Etching, image size 9 7/8 x 6 7/8 inches, 1921, cat. Wuerth 782 and the cover, pencil signed.
This is an original lino cut by American artist Albert Abramovitz. This work untitled is of two Masons laying brick. The image measures 12X9 1/4 inches. Pencil signed lower right border printed on a wove type buff toned sheet. This image is likely from his Moscow, Work at night series showing the construction of their Subway system.
This is an original etching by American artist Kerr Eby. The title is: "Light in the Woods", it was created and printed in 1931. This etching was printed in an edition of 100, printed by the artist himself. There is the "imp" written after the artists pencil signature. The image14 1/2X9 1/2 inches. Very richly printed. This image appears as image number 161 in the Giardina catalog. The scene is thought to be either Connecticut or Maine. Fine condition.
This is one of the finest etchings by American artist George Elbert Burr. The title of this work is: High Street, Oxford, circa 1900 when he and his wife spent time touring europe. A wonderful impression of a rainy night in the city. Richly inked, pencil signed and titled in the lower border. The image measures 10X12 inches. Framed.
This is an original woodblock print by American artist Albert Abramovitz. The subject is the construction of the Moscow subway. Circa 1935. Printed in a small edition. This image pencil signed and titled measures 7 5/8X6 3/8 inches. Printed on a thin Japan type paper.
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