All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Prints : Engravings : Pre 1900 item #1191554 (stock #1373)
Rare original 1870's Robertson steel plate engraving of the late 1860's H.A Thomas lithograph of A. Lincoln and his family taken from Anthony Berger's original 1864 photo. Robertson was an acclaimed NYC engraver who was unfortunate to have his studio destroyed in the PT Barnum American Museum fire of 1865. The engraving is in good condition and retains it's original gesso gilded frame. The overall size is 25" by 21" with the sight being 17" by 13 1/2".
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Prints : Pre 1950 item #1136599 (stock #fp25)
Number 2 in a small edition of 25, this richly inked and lush aquatint of a nude woman lolling in a Southwestern landscape is a prime example of Doel Reed's (American 1895-1985) exceptional artistry and printmaking skills. A large size, the actual image measures 10" by 16 3/4", with margins of several inches more. Preserved with archival materials, the framed size is 20 1/2' by 27". Excellent condition, with slight stain on paper backing frame (lower corner)...
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Prints : Pre 1960 item #898259

This original woodblock print measures 8.5 by 11.5 inches (unmatted & unframed).

The subject is a Japanese geisha in a colorful kimono arranging flowers in a woven pot.

It is in excellent condition, with rich, vibrant colors.

It is signed, upper right (see the enlargement).

We are including the clean cut mat with this print, although we don't recommend using it again, but we will leave that to the buyer to decide. It may not be archival (acid free)...

All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Prints : Lithographs : Pre 1950 item #818746 (stock #6034)
An original lithograph with pencil signature of the artist and edition numbger.
Measurements about : 32 1/8" x 27 7/8" (81.5cm x 70.5cm), Image : 23 1/2" x 19 1/8" (59.5cm x 48.5cm).

The lithograph itself is in good condition.
The wooden frame has a small chip.
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Prints : Woodcuts : Pre 1960 item #477723
Red Coat and Girl with Sunflower -- two prints dated 1957 in pencil by this famous mid century Japanese printmaker -- They are each framed in a black ebonized wood frame with silver metalic liner --the frames are Japanese as well -- the backs are exquisite === corners reinforced and tiny molding used to hold the prints in --- check the photos -- the front is glare proof glass that was state of the art in 1957 -- I'm offering them as a set, but will sell them seperately if you want only one ---...
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Prints : Lithographs : Pre 1980 item #413681
This gorgeous large piece of Native American art was purchased personally from Michael almost 30 years ago. Number 51 from a run of only 69, it's accompanied by a five-page poem, dated Nov. 1977 and also signed. The poem, like the print, retells a Laguna-Acoma Pueblo Keresan legend. He often wrote descriptions of the subject matter on the backs of his paintings, but inclusion of a limited-edition printed poem is rare. Also unusual is that his typical signature J. Bear is amplified here to J...
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Prints : Etchings : Pre 1920 item #412178 (stock #8607)
"The Grand Canal, Venice

by Ernest David Roth (Am. 1879-1964)

Drypoint on Paper, signed in pencil and in the plate and dated: "1913"
Retains the original gallery label from Frederick Keppel & Co., New York, with title, artist and an inscription reading: "Proof Printed by the Artist. 70 Proofs Only"

A painter and etcher, Roth was educated at the National Academy of Design...

All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Prints : Lithographs : Pre 1920 item #308252
A charming medievalist image dated to the Edwardian era, this circa 1914 illustration - "Dies Irae" by Maxfield Parrish - was based upon a hymn from the Middle Ages, later featured in Sir Walter Scott's "The Lay of the Last Minstrel." Probably composed by Thomas of Celano, who lived in the 13th century, the hymn referred to the Last Judgment: "Dies irae, dies illa, Solvet saeclum in favilla, Teste David cum Sibylla." Translated, this means: "On that day, that wrathful day, David and the Sibyl sa...
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Prints : Lithographs : Pre 1900 item #120286 (stock #PCMOU)
Wonderful original Nathaniel Currier hand painted mourning print lithograph, dated 1848. The print features a grieving woman leaning on a tomb; there are other graves, most tilting, and a church in the background. The tomb reads: To The/Memory Of/A mother and Sister/Susanna Bartlett/Died Dec 31st 1848/Aged 65/Charlotte Bartlett/Died Oct 5th 1848/Aged 30.” “To The Memory Of” is part of the print; the rest is hand lettered...
All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Prints : Lithographs : Pre 1920 item #117065
Here's a perfect treat for your Conquering Hero: an antique lithograph capturing B. Riviere's wonderfully colorful vision of St. George (with everybody's favorite dragon, next to Puff). The artist Riviere, BTW, was quite a luminary in his time: a Royal Academician entitled to follow his name with the prestigious "R.A." The print - in a new mat of marbled grey and silver, a great match for his armor - is ready for your 8" x 10" frame.

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All Items : Archives : Fine Art : Prints : Woodcuts : Pre 1910 item #101544 (stock #211)
Dow woodcut titled Chrysanthemums subtitled "From an old Japanese book - Kano School by Arthur W. Dow - Ipswich Mass. 1902. Measures 16 x 14 1/2 with a 10 x 8 view. In excellent condition with new acid free mat. Signed with red Dow cypher.