This is an original hand signed wood block print by Jamaican artist Albert Huie. The title of this work is Road Mending, created and printed circa mid 1940's. The image is signed and titled lower border, the image measures 7 3/4X5 7/8 inches, Good condition apart for some light foxing in the outer borders...
This is a fine woodcut print by Jamaican artist Albert Huie. This image is hand signed in pencil and titled: Seaside. The image measures 9X6 1/2 inches. Albert Huie (1920-2010) was a seminal figure in the formation and development of a national Jamaican artistic identity, overcoming the hurdles of a colonial-based system of race and class distinctions to become the first native-born Jamaican artist to attain international renown and respect...
This is an original etching and aquatint by American artist Martin Lewis. The title is: The Boss of the Block, created and printed in 1939 in an edition of 212 impressions. This pencil signed impression has an image size of 11 1/2X7 1/2 inches. Lewis created this print for the Art Students League, New York. Very fine condition, a rich impression. This fine pencil signed impression appears in the McCarron catalog as image number 128.
Gerald Leslie Brockhurst
This is a very fine original etching by British artist Gerald Brockhurst. The subject is Kathleen Nancy Woodward and is titled: Jeunesse Doree (Gilded Youth) This image is pencil signed and dated G.L. Brockhurst 1942. The image measures 10 7/8X8 7/8 inches. The etching is printed on an antique cream toned laid paper with partial watermark. Printed in an edition of 75 this image appears in the Fletcher catalog as image number 80...
Ivan Le Lorraine Albright
This is an original pencil signed lithograph by American artist Ivan Albright. The title is: Self Portrait at 55th East Division Street, Chicago. It was created and printed in 1947 in an edition of 250 impressions. The image measures 14 1/8X10 1/8 inches. Ivan Le Lorraine Albright (Chicago 1897-1983) was an American painter and printmaker noted for his meticulously detailed, ultra realistic depictions of decay and aging.
This is a fine pencil signed color etching by Austrian artist Luigi Kasimir. The subject is The Brooklyn Bridge, titled: Cable Bridge. The image measures 16 1/2X11 1/2 inches. Fine condition, a richly printed impression. 'Kasimir was a pioneer in the colored etching technique. He started with a sketch, usually in pastel, and then transferred the design on as many as four to six plates...
This is a fine original color etching by Austrian artist Luigi Kasimir. The subject is the Fulton Market, in New York City, circa 1930. The image measures 16 12X11 1/2 inches. Printed in an edition of 100 signed impressions. "Kasimir was a pioneer in the coloured etching technique. He started with a sketch, usually in pastel, and then transferred the design on as many as four to six plates...
Lynd Kendall Ward
This is an original wood engraving by American artist Lynd Ward. It is pencil signed and titled: Seedling. Created and printed in 1950. The image measures 7 7/8X6 inches. Printed on a thin Japan type sheet.
This is a fine original wood engraving after Homer, published in Harpers Weekly in September 20, 1873. This is a wood engraving with the original Harpers written story on the back of the sheet. This is perhaps the best known of the large double paged images that were ever done for Harpers. The image measures 13 9/16X 20 5/8 inches on a total sheet size of 15 15/16X21 7/8 inches. Very nice condition, museum matted and framed...
John Taylor Arms
This is one of the finest works by John Taylor Arms etching and aquatint. It was created and printed in 1940 as image number 1 of his Scandinavian Series. Pencil signed twice, dedicated to William Schaldach, lower border. The image measures 7 9/16X13 9/16 inches. It appears in the Fletcher catalog as image number 346. It is the third state of three from the edition of 330 impressions. Printed by David Strang...
This is an original etching by French artist Edgar Chahine. The image is pencil signed and titled: La Basilica de San Marco, Venice. This is a finely printed example on a laid type sheet. The image measures 12 1/2X8 1/4 inches. It is numbered as 35/100. There is a stamp or collectors seal at the upper border. Richly printed with fine use of plate tone. This impression was created and printed in 1923.
This is an original pencil signed impression of the well known lithograph by Stow Wengenroth titled: The Fog Bell, Port Clyde, it was created and printed in 1954 in an edition of 60. The image measures 10X15 3/4 inches, printed on a medium weight wove type paper. This image appears in the Stuckey catalog as image number 222. On of his finest Maine costal scenes for which he is so well known. Very fine condition.
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This is a very fine original lithograph by American regionalist artist John S. deMartelly. The title is White Pastures, it was created and printed in 1939 and sold through Associated American Artists in New York. The image measures 10X13 3/4 inches...
Haku Maki did some purely white prints—some had a small splash of color, others had none. This one, 81-3, offer three white plump persimmons. Persimmons were an oft-used subject, sometimes a single depiction of the fruit, sometimes two, but very rarely three persimmons and even more rarely done only in white. The print measures 9.5in W x 10.75in H and is in excellent condition. An edition of 130, this one is number 90.
Figure 1 is one of a large group of prints that were themselves usually large in size and in subject—one Chinese character in red on a black background. Daniel Tretiak called these prints Big Reds. Maki tended to insert one or more of such prints in the Figure, Poem and Work series. This Figure is number 8 of an edition of 50. It measures 14in wide X 21.75in high. There is tape residue on all four sides of the back—it has no impact on the front. Like virtually all of his Big Reds, this Mak...
This print Z-446B was one of a small number of creations that he put on hard, gold-edged board. Daniel Tretiak wrote that these prints “were printed first on very thin paper, which was then ‘wrapped’ around heavy shikishi board. They are lithographs not done from wood blocks. Done in 1999, this work measures 7.25in x 8.25in, is in excellent condition, and one of an edition of 77.
This silkscreen offering is said by some to depict Kabuki make-up. It is 8sq inches and in excellent condition. See picture 4, the title, where Maki seems to have written Kuma 92/--his numeral 1 was usually a straightforward vertical 1.
A page from Harper’s Weekly during the American Civil War, dated May 11,1861.. the framed piece measuring 15” x 10”