A fine engraving by famous American artist/print maker Leonard Baskin (1922 - 2000) who also founded the Gehenna Press. There is an extensive bibliography of Baskin on the web. This print was purchased in New York City at PB84 sometime in the 1970's. Excellent condition with no foxing, discoloration, tears or repairs. Plate impression image measures 18 5/8" x 14 1/2" and the frame measures26 1/8" x 22 3/8". Exact shipping charge is obtained when sold...
Very rare 18thc English hand-colored engraving of female savage with her baby from Terra de Fuego-dated 1793-colors bright-condition good-name of engraver and painter on print-imprint of plate apparent-titled A FEMALE SAVAGE OF TERRA DEL FUEGO-stunning piece-6 inches by 9 inches
very rare English hand-colored engraving of a Caribbean Indian and his five wives--Titled CHATOYER THE CHIEF OF THE BLACK CHARAIBES IN ST VINCENT WITH HIS FIVE WIVEs--according to inscription it is based on painting by Sir William Young Bar-it was engraved by Agostino Brunyas in 1772--impression of plate is obvious-color still strong-small foxing spot outside margin at top-9 inches by 11 inches-unframed-condition is good
Rare Dutch hand-colored engraving of European explorer greeted as hero by Caribbean Indians waving palm branches-from book page-7.5 inches by 12.5 inches-image is 6.5 inches by 5 inches-colors strong-condition good
Rare hand-colored 17thc Dutch engraving of Caribbean cannibals-part of page from book-page is 12 inches by 8 inches-image is 5 inches by 6.5 inches-condition is good-colors strong
French hand-colored engraved map of Santo Domingo to include the Eastern tip of Cuba and out lying islands to the North-map is by M. Bonne-good condition with minor nicks outside margin on upper left top-10 inches by 14 inches-unframed- engraving plate indentations evident
Wonderful pair of Victorian silhouettes in black and gilt frame. They are the artist's proof and is hand-tinted and signed in pencil by Enid Elliott Linder. The beautiful raised finish is achieved by master craftsmen. They each measure 6.25" x 5.25" and have a hanger on the back for easy hanging. The name of the pictures is: Mrs. Chamley and Mr. Lawrence. In fine condition except the gentlemen's frame has some chips on the upper left corner.
Original hand-colored, Stone Lithograph of John Gould's, Thrush Songbirds, reads l/r: "J. Gould & W. Hart del et lith., Turdinulus Roberti., Walter, Imp." Plate measures 21-3/8" x 14-3/4". Beautifully matted in raw silk against a narrow silver metal liner; sight area at 18" x 12". Wood frame, to 19.75" x 25.5" x 1"; non-glare glass. 19th Century; very good condition with darkening of the paper and some scattered foxing, correctible by a professional if desired. $35 US Shipping.
IN custom frames and mats. Available as pairs or group of four.
After Henry Alken (British, 1785-1851)
Handcolored engraving, first published London, 1878
Provenance: The Jockey Club, Washington, DC.
Sight Size: 12.5” x 15.5”
Frame: 25” x 21.5”
American Modern Engraving, signed, numbered, "5/6, The Voyage, Edward S. Morecah." Mid 20th Century, 20" x 23" (50.80 x 58.42 cm) to outside of frame, image is affixed to a gold mat, and measures 13" x 17" (33.02 x 43.18 cm). Original wood frame; excellent condition. c. 1940-1960. $20 US Shipping.
This amusing scene depicts a huntsman in full cry over a jump and a shocked donkey,
an elderly Lady wringing her hands praying that her beloved beast will survive.
Good condition in a rustic wood glazed frame with green mount.
Jersey frames label verso.
Size: 46.75cm by 37.75cm including frame.
Karl Bodmer (After): "Encampment Of The Travellers" Hand-Colored Aquatint Engraving, published London (1839-1842). Mat window line with light toning. Old masking tape remains at two right corners.
(John Ogilby) I Tamaraca (1671, London) Forte Orange Off Brazil From Ogilby's (1671) "America: Being The Latest..." Hand-Colored Copperplate Engraving. Toned overall with some foxing; window line tone just outside plate impression, pinhole lower left. 15 7/8" x 19 1/8."