Prints

Etching/drypoint, 6 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, subsequent to Hardie, pencil signed with artist's blindstamp

$525.00

Etching, image size 8 3/4 x 7 inches, Hardie 176, 1920, pencil signed

$525.00

Engraving after Correggio; Fogg Museum provenance, JW Randall Coll #13030; image size 13 1/2 x 18 11/16 inches; plate size 17 3/4 x 13 1/2 inches; paper size 24 x 18 7/8 inches.

$525.00

1937,etching,11X7 1/4",p/s,D

$525.00

lithograph, AAA, 8 7/8 X 12 1/8", pencil signed.

$525.00

This atmospheric winter scene by the American artist, Ronau Woiceske measures 8 3/8 x 11 inches, pencil signed and titled. Woiceske was born in Bloomington Indiana and studied at the St Louis School of Fine Arts and at the Artist Colony in Woodstock, NY with Birge Harrison and John Carlson. He was involved in the WPA, and became known for his atmospheric etchings of snowy winter scenes. He was a member of the Philadelphia Print Club and the National Association of Etchers.

$525.00

Color etching, image size 10 5/8 x 6 5/8 inches, pencil signed and numbered 63/100

$525.00

Etching by George Elbert Burr measures 11 7/8 x 10 inches, pencil signed and titled, "Nine proofs-plate destroyed" inscribed in the artists' hand, l.r.

$525.00

Engraving after Carlo Dolci, image size 13 3/8 x 11 3/16 in, plate size 16 3/8 x 12 1/8 in

$525.00

 Michael Willmann (1630-1706) Three-quarter length portrait of an aged bearded man, gazing downwards,after Rembrandt, etching c. 1660/70, on fine laid paper, 16,5 x 12,8 cm, 6 1/2X5 3/4 inches, copy in reverse after an etching by Rembrandt (B. 260, New Ho. 84). The etching was listed as a work by the Rembrandt-school (Rovinski Elèves 31, Bartsch-Claussin II. 111.31); in New Hollstein the sheet is attributed to Michael Willmann now, who was a collaborator in the studio Rembrandt. Very rare.  Thread Margins, two stains in the upper center and right edge, apparently old glue residue.

$525.00

This is an original color drypoint etching by American artist Dorsey Potter Tyson (1891-1969)  The title is Peacock Fan, it was created and printed in 1929 in an edition 96/100.  This etching is hand signed in pencil and also signed and dated in the plate.  The image measures 11X8 7/8 inches.  Very fine condition printed on a light weight japan type paper.  "The American printmaker Dorsey Potter Tyson was born in Maryland; however, much of D.P.Tyson’s market was in England. His prints sold alongside those of the Elyse Ashe Lord, riding on the wave of popularity for the Art Deco style which was in vogue at the time. Like Elyse Lord, Dorsey Potter Tyson drew his inspiration from a wide range of oriental sources and like Lord, his art was essentially decorative in nature." (Campbell)

$500.00

This is an original chiaroscuro wood engraving, done in two blocks, black and grey.  The title is Eggemoggin Reach, created and printed in 1940 in an edition of 250 signed proofs.  The image measures 6X10 inches, hand signed lower right in pencil.  This wood engraving was published by Associated American Artists in New York.  Very fine condition.

$495.00

This is an original hand signed woodengraving by American artist Nora S Unwin. The title of this work is "Warm Afternoon", it was created and printed in 1951 and was used as the Presentation print of the American Woodcut Society. This wood engraving is hand titled in pencil and inscribed as "Artists Proof" The image measures 5X7 3/4 inches. Nice condition, two bits of old tape at the upper edges of the sheet well away from the image area. A very fine and detailed image of a mother and Child on a summer afternoon. "Born into the prominent Unwin book publishing family of England, Unwin studied at the Royal College of Art and helped to revive wood engraving in America, to where she moved in 1946. She is represented in major museums, and gave more than forty one-woman shows and won over fifteen major awards." Unwin lived and worked in Peterborough New Hampshire.

$495.00

Etching, image size 9 3/8 x 12 1/2 inches, 1910, edition of 50, cat: Wuerth-602, pencil signed and titled.

$495.00

This is an original etching by French artist Alphonse Legros.  It is a portrait of British etcher Sir Charles Holroyd.  Created circa 1889.  This image has a plate size of 11X7 inches, printed on a medium weight laid type paper.  This etching is hand signed in pencil lower right corner of the border.  

"Sir Charles Holroyd was one of the most prolific etchers of his generation. He was taught by Alphonse Legros at the Slade School of Art and his work shows the considerable influence of his close friend William Strang. Sir Charles Holroyd was appointed first Keeper of the Tate Gallery and later Director of the National Gallery. These posts ensured that he did not need to depend upon printmaking for his livelihood; consequently, his etchings were not issued in formal editions. Impressions of his etchings were only taken when required and, as a result, many of his printed works are very scarce indeed.

Alphonse Legros was the single most influential European printmaker upon the development of the etching revival in England. Born in Dijon, Legros was persuaded to move to London by Whistler, whom he had met in Paris. Legros rapidly achieved recognition for his highly accomplished etchings and in 1875 was placed in charge of the etching class at the Royal College in South Kensington and the following year was made Professor of Fine Art at the influential Slade School. It was during his eighteen years in this post that Legros was to exert a formidable influence upon the direction of an entire generation of British printmakers." (  thank you, Mr. Campbell)

 

$495.00