Pencil signed in the lower left. Etching measures 9 3/4 x 6 3/4 inches on 15 1/4 x 10 inch handmade watermarked J. Whatman paper. Printed in 1920. Edition of 100. Catalog: Appleby 60.
Etching, image size 6 7/8 X 4 7/8 inches, 1919, edition of 100, Hardie 169, artist's blindstamp, pencil signed.
This is a beautiful color etching and aquatint by Austrian artist Luigi Kasimir. The title is "Vienna Opera House". It was created and printed in 1922. It is dated in the plate, "October 1922". The image is large measuring 18 1/2X15 3/4 inches. Very nice condition, a rich impression.
Drypoint etching from 1660. Catalog: Hollstein, Bartsch 34. 3rd state of 5. Inscribed in the lower left is the printer's address: "I Covens et C. Mortier Excudit." Pencil signed "Etch'd by Bega" in the lower right. Plate measures 7 x 6 inches, thread margins on a backing sheet.
Pencil signed, printed in 1923. 6 x 8 inches on 9 3/4 x 12 3/4 laid-type paper. Kuhler was one of the best known industrial designers of the American railroads. He learned etching after World War I and enrolled at the Academy of Art in Düsseldorf.
"Brixham Trawlers" by Arthur Briscoe measures 5 3/8 x 13 7/8 inches, published in 1929 in an edition of 75. Printed in sepia toned ink on Whatman laid paper, it is ink signed and numbered and also plate signed, dated and titled. Briscoe is known as the finest marine etcher of the 20th. century. He owned his own three ton cutter which he used to sail around the Essex coast. Also crewing on a Polish ship, he sketched every aspect of life on the boat. He studied at the Slade Art School and the Academy Julian in Paris. His name became internationally renowned when his works sold to the New York market.
Engraving, provenance Herman Wunderlich, NY, #15464, first state before Hendrix address, image size 14 x 11 1/4 inches, framed
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 early etching by American artist Charles Mielatz. The title is:Out of Commission, It was created and printed in 1887. A scene taken most likely from New York Harbor. The image measures 13 1/2X21 3/4 inches. Printed on a heavy weight Japan type wove paper. Pencil signed and the long boat remarque lower left. Very nice condition, a few pressure creases in the outer border well away from the image area.
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 a very fine original etching of a hardworking woman carrying water by German artist Lesser Ury. The image size is 5 1/2 x 3 5/8 inches, 1923, pencil signed. Ury was a German Jewish artist known for his impressionistic paintings and etchings. He was best known for his scenes of Paris as well as a series of etching depicting the Dutch countryside and people.
This etching by American artist James McNeill Whistler was titled: Alderney Street,London. It was created and printed in 1881, this second state of three was published by Gazette des Beaux-Arts, printed by Cadart Paris. The image measures 7X4 3/8 inches, has the artists butterfly monogram in the upper right side of the image. Printed on a medium weight laid type paper. The publisher's name in type setting in the lower margin. This is a street view in London in the vicinity of where Whistler lived for a short time after his return from Venice.
This is an original pencil signed etching by American artist Joseph Pennell. The title of this work is: "Sunset from the Williamsburg Bridge, NY" It was created and printed in 1915 in an edition of 100. The image measures 8 3/8X10 15/16 inches. It appears in the Wuerth catalog as image number 674. This etching has a collectors stamp in the lower border and the original Kappel N.Y. label. The margins are thin on three sides which was typical of Pennell's etchings. A fine and atmospheric image.
This is an original pencil signed lithograph by American artist Kerr Eby. The title is: Where do we go? It was created and printed in 1919. The image measures 11 13/16X18 3/16 inches. Eby made only four lithographs, all based on his World War I experiences in France. (Giardina cat.) This image is in the Eby catalog as image number 39. The edition was between 75-100 impressions.
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