This is a fine collaboration between Kerr Eby and John Taylor Arms. This image is titled; Medieval Pageantry, it was created and printed in 1933 in an edition of 100, 50 to Arms and 50 to Eby. The image measures 12 5/8X8 5/8 inches. Hand signed in pencil lower right by both artists. This image appears in the Giardina catalog as image number 179. The subject is Sainte Radegonde in Poitiers, France.
This is an original etching and drypoint by American artist Samuel Chamberlain. The title is: Boston Fish Pier, it was created and printed in 1929 in an edition of 100. THis pencil signed impression measures 5 5/8X8 5/8 inches. Printed on an antique laid type paper. The image appears in the Chamberlain catalog as image number 82.
This is a fine hand colored etching by British artist Elyse Lord. This image is pencil signed lower right and has an edition of 35/75. The image measures 11 1/2X6 1/2 inches. Nicely framed with linen matting and an asian style frame.
This is an interesting original watercolor on paper, in the style of Homer, a View of the Palm Trees blowing in the Breeze. The image is indistinctly signed lower right, weve been unable to figure this one out. It is from the period circa 1910, painted on a lightly textured watercolor paper. The image measures 10X14 inches. a few minor foxing marks in the sky, overall in very nice shape. Framed with a modern gilt frame.
This is a fine oil on wooden board by American artist Charles Paul Gruppe. This scene of a springtime river is signed lower right Ch P. Gruppe. The painting measures 12X16 inches. Very fine condition, recently cleaned and varnished. Housed in a fine Period carved frame.
This is one of the finest examples of the color woodblock print created by American artist Helen Hyde. The title is: Going to the Fair. This image was created and printed in 1910. The image, quite large measures 7 3/4X19 inches. Hand signed in pencil and also copyright 1910. Very nice condition, rich coloration. Printed on a thin Japan type paper. Helen Hyde moved to Japan in 1889. In Japan, Helen Hyde learned the Japanese woodblock printing techniques from masters such as Emil Orlik, a European living in Japan. Hyde resided in Japan from 1903 through 1913 and refined color woodblock printing to a fine art. During this time, Hyde also traveled extensively to China, India, and Mexico.
This is a fine color woodblock print by American artist Helen Hyde. The title is: A Day in June. The image was created and printed in 1910. The image measures 14 1/2X6 1/2 inches. Hand signed in pencil lower right. This image appears as the cover on the Helen Hyde catalog as published by the Smithsonian Institution Press in 1991. Helen Hyde traveled to Japan in 1889. In Japan, Helen Hyde learned the Japanese woodblock printing techniques from masters such as Emil Orlik, a European living in Japan. Hyde resided in Japan from 1903 through 1913 and refined color woodblock printing to a fine art. During this time, Hyde also traveled extensively to China, India, and Mexico. Slight toning to the sheet, a thin Japan type paper. A fine example of Hyde's Japanese work.
This is an original woodblock print by American artist Lottie Meyer Catok. This pencil signed and titled image, Perce Fishermen, was created and printed circa 1940. The image measures 6X8 inches. Printed on a light weight wove type paper. Percé Rock is a huge sheer rock formation in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence on the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula in Québec, Canada, off Percé Bay.
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