Beautiful chromo lithograph of the Russian Kremlin-late 19thc by J.D. Woodworth-there are initials in lower left hand corner. This is a rare depiction of the Kremlin in the late 19thc-13.5 by 19 inches-add 1.5 inches for mat and frame all around-
Dale William Nichols, American, 1904-1995, "Company for Supper," Lithograph, image size 9 1/2 x 13 1/2 inches, c. 1948, published by the AAA with the original label, pencil signed.
Robert Kipniss, American, b. 1931, "Afternoon," Lithograph, image size 13 1/2 x 10 inches, 1971, edition of 260, pencil signed and numbered, framed.
This is a original 1857 tinted lithograph print of the Gustavus Bergner's Brewery at 239 Dock St.in Philadelphia Pa.This was printed by Traubel in 1857.Size is 12 1/2 by 18 1/4. In very nice condition with just a small stain in the upper right corner.A very scarce litho that is seldom on the market!
This is a original 1876 chromolithograph of Archibald Willards painting Yankee Doodle or the Spirit of 76.Painted in 1875 to be displayed at the Centennial in Philadelphia the chromo was published by J.E.Ryder of Cleveland Ohio to be sold at the fair. It was printed by Clay and Cossack of Buffalo New York. This chromo is in very good condition with no scrape or damages to the surface of the print. It does have some fading or toning being 135 years old.It is laid down on a backer board...
Stow Wengenroth, American, 1906-1978, "Granite Pier," Lithograph on cream colored paper, image size 9 1/8 x 15 inches, 1973, edition of 60, cat: Stuckey-352, pencil signed.
Rare and desirable original 1926 large travel poster with wonderful bright Fall colors by Leon Constant-Duval, featuring the Chateau Cheverny in the ancient French city of Cheverny. In my opinion there is no other poster of this quality in terms of color and expression in the French Travel poster genre. This fantastic work framed measures 43" x 31 1/4" and sight 41 3/4" by 31". The poster is in very good condition with wonderful color and tones...
Tabletop Still Life with Fruit
A lithograph by C.H. Crosby & Co., 1874, in a folk art carved frame.
Print size: 5.25” x 7.5”
Frame size (max): 10.5” x 12.5”
J. H. Buffords Sons (lithographers); James T. Hill (publisher)
Chromolithograph on paper
Sheet Size: 26 x 21 in., unframed
(Minor toning visible in borders, minor burn visible in borders, 1” tear in right border)
The following is courtesy of the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library (nationalheritagemuseum.org) :
Masonic chart for the first three degrees...
Stow Wengenroth, American, 1906-1978, "Renascence," Lithograph, image size 10 1/4 x 16 1/8 inches, 1935, edition of 30, cat: Stuckey-50, pencil signed.
In an edition of 250, this image of a young girl was published by Associated American Artists in 1947. It was produced by children's book illustrator and author, Nura Woodson Ulreich (1899-1950). Her sweet-faced children at play captures the innocence and wonder of childhood in a heart-warming style that was truly her own. Seraphine Sews is a charmer. Image size: approx. 12" H x 87/8" w. It is in very good condition showing mild toning and slight mat burn...
Continuous Tone Colotype Lithograph, "The Age of Light," by Jacus, born 1924, French, printed in England in 1958.
Measures 18" x 24", margins to 24.50" x 29.50".
Lower left reads "Jacus;" Lower right reads "The Age of Light;" Top reads "Published in 1958 by Frost and Reed Ltd. of Bristol and London, England and Rudolph Tish Fine Arts Inc. of New York. Copyrighted in all countries including the U.S.A...
30" x 22" full folio size, including original sleeve from Forum Gallery, NYC. Unframed.
Pair of New Haven CT 1893 maps by D H Hurd & Co. One shows the north part of the county and the other shows the south part of the county. Each map measures 21.25 x 31.25 inches framed. Very good original condition. These pieces are on display in our gallery at Clock Tower Antiques Center and can be seen by visiting 824 E Main Street Branford,CT 06405. For hours of operation visit: www.ClockTowerAntiquesCenter.com Shipping extra...
teaching example board wrapped in thin paper
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claims this is from Oakland Museum seller claims it is signed by Maki the writing and the date are NOT Maki style Maki did the print but did he sign it? did he sign this "painting"
friend doubts Oakland Museum and Maki would not have meshed