New York: American Artist Group, 1930s. limited. Original lithograph, image 12" x 9.5", paper 18" x 13" One of the artist's more popular images, based on an oil painting he did while in Charleston in 1930. From a major Boston collector and here available for the first time.
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Museum Schloss Moyland: self published, 1993. First edition. Color Pictorial Wraps. Sq octavo, pp. 367. 445 illustrations, 200 in color, 100 f.p. With 18 pages of biographies of the artists exhibited. A jewel of an exhibition catalog, which accompanied a traveling exhibit in 4 European cities in the early 1990s...
Gardo, AL: Kennedy Prints. Flat Poster. 12.5" x 19" poster printed on heavy stock. A great Valentine's Day gift for the letterpress fan, designer, artist, or building trades professional in your life. Attractive purple and silver heart design background with black block letters. Produced by Kennedy Prints in Alabama, each...
1938. 12.25 X 10, aquatint engraving. A lovely image of three children fishing, showing a nice measure of humor.
4 X 5 1/4, aquatint engraving. Signed in the plate.
Berlin: Verlag von Louis Hirschfeld, 1848. 14 X 22, signed lower right "Beta" Very scarce revolutionary poster from the Berlin revolution of 1848, very strong image, would frame up nicely.
late 18th century. 21 X 14, colored engraving mounted on heavy early 19th century ledger paper. Lovely aristocratic view of the Opera House in Berlin in original strong contemporary coloration, depicting 18th century life, a lovely image.
2003. one of 300 copies. 22 X 16 original lithograph, pencil signed lower right. A special edition done by Grass to support his library. Grass did the title page to each of the three novels in his Danzig trilogy, consisting of the text of the first page illustrated by the...
2003. one of 300 copies. 21 X 16 original lithograph, pencil signed lower right. A special edition done by Grass to support his library. Grass did the title page to each of the three novels in his Danzig trilogy, consisting of the text of the first page illustrated by the...
1926. 75 copies. Wood engraving, 6.5" x 4.75," of the one and only original edition of 75 copies. On rag paper. A very strong example of one of Leighton's most popular images (see digital image in web listing).
9 X 5.5, engraving. A lovely winter harbor image. Purchased by the present owner in the 1920s and now new to the market.
6 X 4, engraving. A very subtle image. In excellent condition (possibly never displayed). From the collection of an established Boston family.
1862. 9 1/2 X 12 1/2, etching, pencil signed, lower right. Very interesting urban study. Purchased by the present owner in the 1920s and now new to the market.
Paris. 9.5 X 6.25, (on paper 12+ x 18+). Engraving. B. 51. A very powerful image. In excellent condition (possibly never displayed). From the collection of an established Boston family.
1938. 9 X 7, engraving, pencil signed. A nice copy of an uncommon image. From an established Boston family.
5 X 7, engraving. Slight foxing to upper right corner. An interesting image of a fascinating figure in history.
Ogunquit, ME: printed by the artist, 1977. Limited edition of 10 copies. na. 13 1/2" X 15" seriagraph in 6 colors, signed, numbered, & titled by artist, printed with oil base inks on domestic seriagraph paper by the artist. Possible states and initial drawing of the image available. Toscanini, legendary...
1978. 38" x 25" unframed print. A wonderful print of a Harvard Square aerial-style map surrounded by ivy-covered brick, created by Hawaii's fine art cartographer and psychedelic artist Blaise Domino. A chance to revisit Elsie's Deli and other iconic Harvard Square hangout spots from the Seventies. Created for the tourist...
ca 1890. 6 1/2 X 8 (image) on 10 X 13 1/2 (paper). engraving of Nietzsche ca 1890. One of the most famous images of this prominent philosopher. Very powerful in its pathos. Would be a powerful image of this cult figure if properly framed.
5.25 X 5, brown tone engraving. Signed lower right. Purchased by the present owner in the 1920s and now new to the market.
3 X 2.5, engraving, with the artist's monogram in the plate. A very strong image. Purchased by the present owner in the 1920s and now new to the market. From the collection of an established Boston family.
11 1/2 X 16 1/2, lithograph, signed and titled. A lovely city scene, at the market place. Purchased by the present owner in the 1920s and now new to the market.
1859. Very limited. Print size 9" X 6", etching on laid paper. Printed in black ink. Matte size 16" x 20" A very nice copy of a scarce Whistler etching. "The Pool" was issued as Plate 7 in the series "Sixteen Etchings or Scenes on the Thames and Other Subjects"...