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Fine Prints: Alphabetical by Artist

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Alphabetical by Artist: A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

 

JAMES E. ALLEN (Amer. 1894-1964)

BRAZILIAN BUILDERS,” etching, 1933, R59, ed. c. 50, 16 7/8 x 8 1/2.” Signed in pencil. $3,200.

Inscribed with title in lower margin and with original price of $18.00. This image was on the cover of the Herald Tribune Magazine on Oct. 15, 1933. $100 prize for best print in 1934, Philadelphia Print Club. Few tape stains upper margin edges, well out of image.

MARIO AVATI (Fr. 1921-2009)

"ALLIGATOR," mezzotint, 1970, ed. 75, 8 1/2 x 8 1/4.” Signed in pencil. $275.Huge margins.

WILL BARNET (Amer. 1911-2012)

"MINER'S WIFE AND CHILD," etching & aquatint, 1935, C20, ed. 15, 14 3/4 x 11 3/4.” Signed in pencil. $950. AKA “Mother and Child.” Full margins.

FRANK W. BENSON (Amer. 1862-1951)

"ANCHORAGE," etching, 1915, P57, ed. 55, 3 7/8 x 5 3/4.” Signed in pencil. $1250.

FRANK W. BENSON (Amer. 1862-1951)

"EARLY GUNNERS," etching, 1920, P177, ed. 150, 1 5/8 x 4 7/8.” Signed in pencil. $1250. Framed.

VIRGINIA BILL (Amer. c. 1885-1960)

“IN CENTRAL PARK,” Provincetown white-line color woodcut, ed. small, 10 3/8 x 9 ¾.”  Signed in pencil. $1,750. A wonderful scene with great colors! With original label giving an alternate title, “Seals in the Park,” the artist’s New York City address and the original price of $15.00

VIRGINIA BILL (Amer. c. 1885-1960)

“OLD JEWISH CEMETERY,” Provincetown white-line color woodcut, ed. small, 11 3/4 x 9.”  Signed in pencil. $950. This cemetery is located on W. 11th St. in the Village (NYC).

VIRGINIA BILL (Amer. c. 1885-1960)

[ROLLER SKATING IN WASHINGTON SQUARE], Provincetown white-line color woodcut, ed. small, 11 1/2 x 8 3/4.”  Signed in pencil. $2,500. Tape stain upper margin edge out of image area.

VIRGINIA BILL (Amer. c. 1885-1960)

[SKATERS], etching & drypoint with hand coloring, ed. small, 7 7/8 x 5 3/4.".”  Signed in pencil. $950. This work shares elements with the artist's white-line woodblock of skaters in Washington Square listed above.

EDMUND BLAMPIED (Brit. 1886-1966)

"VIN ROUGE,” drypoint, 1932, A167B, ed. 1/100,* 9 1/4 x 11 3/4.” Signed in ink. $1250. *Annotate in the artist’s hand in ink: “1/100, Proof selected for Mr. Bailey by Edmund Blampied.”
Lovely framing with 8 ply matting.

BERNARD BUFFET (Fr. 1928-1999)

"LE MOULIN DE LA GALETTE," color lithograph, 1965, S308, ed. 300, 25 1/2 x 19 5/8.” Signed in pencil. $1300.

BERNARD BUFFET (Fr. 1928-1999)

"NATURE MORTE AU FER A' REPASSER," color lithograph, 1955, M13, ed. 300, 18 5/8 x 27.” Signed in pencil. $950.

GEORGE ELBERT BURR (Amer. 1859-1939)

"EVENING, NORTH WALES," color etching & aquatint, c. 1915, S44, 6 1/8 x 9 3/8.” Signed in pencil. $850. Noted “No. 20” in lower right. (Seeber’s impression was No. 18 and he notes striking variations in colors within the edition). Another impression of this print was exhibited at the Panama Pacific Exposition in San Francisco in 1915.

GEORGE ELBERT BURR (Amer. 1859-1939)

"MT. BYERS, COLORADO” color etching & aquatint, 1915, S74, ed.100, 6 7/8 x 9 7/8.” Signed in pencil. $1650. Another impression of this print was exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago Exhibition of Etchings in March of 1915. With the artist’s original label giving title, proposed edition (150) and print number in edition (2). Pictured in color in A Spectrum of Imnovation: Color in American Printmaking by David Acton.

GEORGE ELBERT BURR (Amer. 1859-1939)

"OASIS OF THE SEVEN PALMS, CALIFORNIA," etching, S195, ed.40, 5 x 6 7/8.” Signed in pencil. $400. Initialed by the artist in the margins as well.

GEORGE ELBERT BURR (Amer. 1859-1939)

"SUPERSTITION MOUNTAIN, APACHE TRAIL, NIGHT," etching, aquatint & drypoint, c. 1931, S325,,11 3/4 x 9 3/4.” Signed in pencil. $1800. A wonderfully dark, atmospheric impression An Impression of this print was exhibited at the Printmakers Society of California exhibit in 1932. Tape stains in broad margin edges.

GEORGE ELBERT BURR (Amer. 1859-1939)

"WHIRLWINDS, MOJAVE DESERT," etching, S197, 4 7/8 x 6 3/4.” Signed in pencil. $400. Noted by Burr in margin: “Trial Proof, Final State.” Initialed by the artist in the margins as well.

MASSIMO CAMPIGLI (Ital. 1895-1971)

“DAMA BLANCA,” color lithograph, 1962, MT182, ed. 125, 17 3/4 x 21 3/4.” Signed in pencil. $900.

SAMUEL CHAMBERLAIN (Amer. 1895-1975)

“SUMMER STREET, MARBELHEAD,” drypoint, 1936, C-K123, ed. 100, 9 1/8 x 6 7/8.” Signed in pencil. $250. Another impression of this print was exhibited in the 1936 exhibition of the Society of American Etchers. Another impression is in the collection of Cornell University. With a collector’s stamp,verso, of Francis Patrick Garvan (Lugt 1041a).

 

PRESCOTT CHAPLIN (Amer. 1897-1968)

“TWELVE MEXICAN WOODCUTS IN COLOR,” woodcuts with hand coloring, 1931,ed. 64/100, 10 1/4 x 12 1/2” (or reverse), sheet size. Signed in pencil.  $3250. These are all hinged but not matted. Published by Murray & Harris, Los Angeles, with margins, contained in black paper covered portfolio.

LOVIS CORINTH (Germ. 1858-1925)

“SELBSTBILDNIS,” etching & drypoint, 1920, S414, ed. 120, 9 5/8 x 7 3/8.” Signed in pencil. $1650. With label from R.S. Johnson Fine Art, Chicago.

ARTHUR WESLEY DOW (Amer. 1857-1922)

“RIVER RELECTION," color woodcut, c. 1910, ed. small, 11 x 8 1/8.” Unsigned as is most common. $3450. This is a good example of how Dow liked to vary the coloration of the same blocks to create a wholly different mood, time of day or season. Provenance: from the estate of an heir of the artist.

ARTHUR WESLEY DOW (Amer. 1857-1922)

“RIVER RELECTION," color woodcut, c. 1910, ed. small, 11 x 8 1/8.” Unsigned as is most common. $3450. This is a good example of how Dow liked to vary the coloration of the same blocks to create a wholly different mood, time of day or season. Provenance: From the artist’s estate.

ARTHUR WESLEY DOW (Amer. 1857-1922)

“POPLARS ON THE AVEN RIVER," etching, 1887, 5 3/4 x 3 3/4.” Signed in the plate as usual. $950. One of Dow’s earliest graphic works, it illustrates an old Breton song. Illustrated in Arthur Wesley Dow by Frederick C. Moffatt p. 30. Framed.

ARTHUR WESLEY DOW (Amer. 1857-1922)

[SUNSET, IPSWICH MEADOWS], watercolor, c. 1890, 9 3/4 x 12 1/2” (sight).Unsigned. POR

Unsigned. This came from a collection of Dow items including 2 signed paintings, an Ipswich print, a rare Dow exhibition catalog and Dow’s own copy of the book By Salt Marshes that was exhibited at the Panama Pacific Exposition of 1915. These came to Arthur Warren Johnson (Dow’s first biographer and author of Arthur Wesley Dow, Historian—Artist—Teacher 1934) from Minnie Dow and passed through to the Ladd family of Ipswich. Full provenance.

WERNER DREWES (Amer. 1899-1985)

“SMALL FORMS ON CROSSING BANDS," drypoint & roulette, 1935, R197, ed. 20, 7 1/8 x 10 5/8.” Signed in pencil. $1700.

FRITZ EICHENBERG (Amer. 1901-1990)

"CENTRAL PARK IDYLL*," wood engraving, 1935, LOC2**, ed. 25, 7 3/4 x 6.”. Signed in pencil.  $950.*Chauffeur waits as rich man feeds swan. Uncommon.**Library of Congress impression has a WPA stamp. Extremely faint toning on old mat opening.

ISAC FRIEDLANDER (Amer. 1890-1968)

"THE MESSENGER," etching, 1953, ed. 30, 13 7/8 x 10 1/4.” Signed in pencil.  $300. Narrow top margin.

ISAC FRIEDLANDER (Amer. 1890-1968)

"SPIRITUAL," woodcut, 1943, ed. 50, 12 3/4 x 9 5/8.” Signed in pencil.  $950.

EIZA DRAPER GARDINER (Amer. 1871-1955)

“MY DOG,” color woodcut, c. 1917-20, F20, ed. 25, 9 3/4 x 7 1/2.” Unsigned*. $995. *Signed and titled on the reverse of the original mat. Purchased by the previous owner from the artist’s nephew. 2 tapes stains upper margin edges.

EIZA DRAPER GARDINER (Amer. 1871-1955)

“THE RIVER,” color woodcut, <1919, F37, ed. 40,7 1/2 x 10.” An unsigned proof.. $595. Titled in pencil. There was an “E.D. GARDNER” (sic) listed as exhibiting at the Society of Arts & Crafts Boston in 1897 with a Rhode Island School of Design connection, which could very well be Eliza Draper Gardiner.

WILLIAM LEE HANKEY (Brit. 1869-1952)

“GOOSE GIRL,” etching & aquatint,10 5/8 x 8.” ” Signed in pencil. $250. Light toning, verso, not affecting recto.

F. CHILDE HASSAM (Amer. 1859-1935)

“OLD SHOP, NEW YORK,” etching, 1902, CC88, 3 1/2 x 9.” Signed in pencil. $1700. Scarce. According to an accompanying note, this was a gift to a previous owner from the artist’s niece, Kathleen Rothe, who donated many of Hassam’s works to Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Expertly repair tear in lower left margin out of image area.

MYRTLE M. YOUNG HOBART (Amer. 1873-1946)

[2 FIGURES READING BY A LAKE], monotypein colors, 1919, 6 3/8 x 6 7/8.” Signed in pencil. $750.Signed in pencil in the image (and dated) “Myrtle M. Young.” With a label from Oakland Museum verso. She shared a studio in San Francisco and exhibited with her artist husband Clark Hobart, who was himself known for his monotypes. Nicely framed.

EDNA BOIES HOPKINS (Amer. 1872-1937)

"PETUNIA,," color woodcut, 1907-8, V51ii, 7 x 4 1/2." Signed with chop mark in block only. $750.

Signed with the artist’s chop mark only. This original woodcut was bound into a high quality short-lived literary publication in 1908. It was printed “from the original blocks by careful working on a hand press.” There was also a “very limited” number of this image that was hand printed and signed in pencil (I have seen only one of those in 25+ years).

JANE BERRY JUDSON (Amer. 1868-1935)

AFTERLOW, SHEEPSCOT RIVER, MAINE,” color woodcut, c. 1920-30, ed. 18/100, 8 x 6.” Signed in pencil. $1,350.

Upper right corner clipped, well out of image area. Judson was a member of the Boston Society of Arts & Crafts; elected a Craftsman in 1930 and promoted to Mastership in 1932.

 

JANE BERRY JUDSON (Amer. 1868-1935)

CAPT'N SETH'S DOORWAY,,” c. 1920-30, ed. 38/100, color woodcut, 8 x 6.” Signed in pencil. $1,395.

Judson studied at Pratt Institute in New York (where Dow taught but it has not been established if she studied with him) and studied woodblock printing with the British master, Allen Seaby in England. Judson was a member of the Boston Society of Arts & Crafts; elected a Craftsman in 1930 and promoted to Mastership in 1932.

JANE BERRY JUDSON (Amer. 1868-1935)

GORGE OF THE GENESEE, NO. 2," color woodcut, c. 1925-30, ed. 100, 6 x 8.” Signed in pencil. $1650. Judson studied at Pratt Institute in New York (where Dow taught but it has not been established if she studied with him) and studied woodblock printing with the British master, Allen Seaby in England. Judson was a member of the Boston Society of Arts & Crafts; elected a Craftsman in 1930 and promoted to Mastership in 1932.

 

JANE BERRY JUDSON (Amer. 1868-1935)

OUR VILLAGE STREET,” color woodcut, c. 1920-30, 6 x 8.” Signed in pencil. $695.

With the artist’s Castile, NY label as well as a label from The 19th Annual Exhibit of Rochester Art, April 1932 at The Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY. Judson studied at Pratt Institute in New York (where Dow taught but it has not been established if she studied with him) and studied woodblock printing with the British master, Allen Seaby in England. Judson was a member of the Boston Society of Arts & Crafts; elected a Craftsman in 1930 and promoted to Mastership in 1932.

ROCKWELL KENT (Amer. 1882-1971)

“THE OARSMAN,” wood engraving, 1931, BJ86, ed. 150, 5 1/4 x 6 7/8.” Signed in pencil. $2950. Very nicely framed with UV glass and 8 ply matting.

ROCKWELL KENT (Amer. 1882-1971)

“WAYSIDE MADONNA,” chiaroscuro zinc engraving in color,1927, BJ18, ed. 800, 10 1/4 x 5 3/8.” Signed in the block only. $375. Signed in the block only with the artist’s initials as is usual. (There were also about 50 pencil signed impressions within the edition of 800).

GENE KLOSS (Amer. 1903-1996)

“NEW MEXICO MORNING,” etching, 1925, K60, ed. small, 2 7/8 x 4 3/8.” Signed in pencil. $750.

GENE KLOSS (Amer. 1903-1996)

“THE OLD BRIDGE,” etching, 1924, K1, ed. C. 10, 4 3/8 x 3 3/8.” Signed in pencil. $950. Kloss' first etching; a small edition and rarely seen.

LAURA KNIGHT (Brit. 1877-1970)

“JUANITA,” drypoint, 1928, ed. 40, 9 3/4 x 6 3/4.” Signed in pencil. $450. With a clipping of the image that appeared in the November 22, 1965 issue of The Nation magazine.

OTTO KUHLER (Amer. 1894-1977),

“THE 999,” etching, 1925, K60, ed. small, 7 7/8 x 9 3/4.” Signed in pencil. $500. "The 999" - the first locomotive to reach a speed of 100 miles per hour. Produced by the Valve Pilot Corporation: noted in plate: “Private Limited Edition: Valve Pilot Corporation.” Newly matted and accompanied by original folder. I can find only one other listing for this print. Uncommon.

ANTHONY LAPAGLIA (Amer. 1897-1993)

[TWO LONG-TAILED BIRDS ON A BRANCH], color woodcut, c. 1925, 13 1/2 x 9.” Signed in pencil. $395.

*Mallett’s Index of Artists Supplement lists Lapaglia as a New York artist who was a member of the Washington Square Outdoor Show Assn. The New York Historical Society has 10 of his woodblocks in their holdings.

FRED T. LARSON (Amer. 1868-1944)

“BARNYARD IN WINTER” color woodcut, c. 1930, 6 3/4 x 8 3/4.” Signed in pencil. $250.

CLARE LEIGHTON (Brit./Amer. 1901-1988)

“MAPLE SUGAR,” wood enrgaving, 1949-50, B612, ed. 10/50, 9 5/8” (tondo). Unsigned as usual. $2250. In the late 1940's Wedgwood commissioned Leighton to produce a series of 12 wood engravings (which they issued as pottery plates) to represent the traditional industries for which New England was famous:Maple Sugaring was for Vermont and New Hampshire.

TOD LINDENMUTH (Amer. 1885-1976)

“AT DAYBREAK,” color linocut, c. 1917*, 9 5/8 x 7 1/4.” Signed in pencil. $1750. *Signed and dated August 1939 (although the block was cut earlier).

 

LOUIS LOZOWICK (Amer. 1892-1973)

“DISTANT MANHATTAN FROM BROOKLYN”  lithograph, 1937, F145, ed. c. 200, 8 x 13 1/8.” $1450. From the American Artist’s Group edition; unsigned as usual.
                                                           

NAN LURIE (Amer. 1910- )

“WOMEN;S HOUSE OF DETENTION,”  lithograph, c. 1936, ed. c. 25, 19 1/8 x 13.” Signed in pencil.  $2250. Lurie was born in New York and studied at the Art Students League. She worked for the WPA for four years. Published by the Federal Art Project, WPA, New York (not marked).

ORA INGE MAXIM (Amer. 1911-1968)

“THE BLUE FISH,” Print with original printing block, Provincetown white-line color woodcut, c. 1930, PPB46, ed. very small, 13 1/2 x 10 ¾.” Signed in the block ony. POR.  The block came from the artist's was exhibited in “Provincetown Printing Blocks,” (Provincetown Art Association & Museum, March 11 to April 24, 1988, #46). Exhibited at the Provincetown Arrts Association and Museum, "Provincetown Print" May 23- August 10, 2014.**SEE BELOW FOR PHOTO OF BLOCK**

ORA INGE MAXIM (Amer. 1911-1968)

“THE BLUE FISH,” The original printing block. The block came from the artist's was exhibited in “Provincetown Printing Blocks,” (Provincetown Art Association & Museum, March 11 to April 24, 1988, #46). Exhibited at the Provincetown Arrts Association and Museum, "Provincetown Print" May 23- August 10, 2014.

JACK McMILLEN (Amer. 1910-1999)

“FIREBOAT--BROOKLYN BRIDGE," lithograph, 1935, ed. small, 11 x 13 1/2.” Signed in pencil. $575. The artist was born in Texas (some sources say Connecticut) and died in California. He studied at the Art Students League in New York, The University of Kentucky, University of Illinois, Minneapolis School of the Arts and the University of Missouri. He painted WPA murals in D.C, Missouri, Georgia and Alabama.

J. JAY MCVICKER (Amer. 1911-2004)

“NIGHT SHIFT," etching & aqauatint, 1943, ed. 30, 9 7/8 X 15 1/2.” Signed in pencil. $1850.

JEAN-FRANCOIS MILLET (Fr. 1814-1875)

“LA CARDEUSE," etching, c. 1855-6, D75, LD15, 10 1/4 x 6 15/16.” Signed in the late only. $1650. Light stain upper margin edge, well out of image; light stain, upper right, just touching the platemark.

THOMAS MORAN (Amer. 1837-1926)

“MORNING ON THE ST.JOHN'S, FLORIDA" etching, 1881, K56, 5 3/4 x 8 3/4.” Signed in pencil. $1750.

MARGARET J. PATTERSON (Amer. 1867-1950)

“CAPE COD HOUSE," color woodcut, c. 1920, 7 x 10 1/8.” Signed in pencil. $5750. A wonderful, richly-inked, impression. Trimmed to image by the artist and mounted by her on card as is common.

MARGARET J. PATTERSON (Amer. 1867-1950)

MORNING GLORIES,” color woodcut, c. 1925, ed. 100, *9 3/4 x 7.” Signed in pencil. $5,250.

*This is not numbered, but most of the artist's color woodblocks were planned as editions of 100 but it is widely believed that she didn't complete them. Faint mat line--matted out. This impression pictured in American Bungalow magazine No. 72, Winter 2011, p. 61.

MARGARET J. PATTERSON (Amer. 1867-1950)

[SPANISH COASTAL TOWN], color woodcut, c. 1909, ed. very small, 6 5/8 9 ½.” Unsigned.  $3350. This relates very strongly to an oil painting of the same title (Bakker 1990 catalog, #7, pictured).  In 25+ years of dealing in the artist’s work, I’ve never seen this image.

MARGARET J. PATTERSON (Amer. 1867-1950)

“THE SANDS, CHATHAM” (Mass.), color woodcut, c. 1915, 7 1/8 x 10 1/8.” Unsigned. $2750. Another impression of this print was exhibited at the famed Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco in 1915.

MARGARET J. PATTERSON (Amer. 1867-1950)

"VIGNOLE FROM A GONDOLA,” color woodcut, c. 1920, ed. small, 10 x 7.” Signed in pencil. $2250. Small chip to border, lower right.  An uncommon image.

CHARLES HOVEY PEPPER (Amer. 1864-1950)

[DUTCH WOMAN IN CLOAK AT DOORWAY], color woodcut, c. 1963, 12 1/8 x 8 7/8.” Signed in block only as usual. $2,800.

Full provenance (from the artist’s estate). Published by Kobayashi Bunshichi.
Printed to the image; signed in the image only.

CHARLES HOVEY PEPPER (Amer. 1864-1950)

[DUTCH WOMAN IN FOREST], color etching & aquatint, c. 1903, 9 7/8 x 6 7/8.” Signed in pencil. $1,250.

Inscribed “To my friend Birchall*, Feb. 27, ‘03.” *Possibly the artist William Birchall. Cockling to paper.

CHARLES HOVEY PEPPER (Amer. 1864-1950)

"DYN-KO LOOKS AT THE GARDEN," color woodcut, 1903, 12 1/8 x 9 1/8.” Signed in block only as usual. $2,500.

Full provenance (from the artist’s estate).
Signed in image, with artist’s chop and a script printer’s (?) mark only. Published by Kobayashi Bunshichi.

CHARLES HOVEY PEPPER (Amer. 1864-1950)

GEISHA," AKA THE JAPANESE DANCE, color woodcut, 1903, 12 x 9 1/8.” Signed in block only as usual. $2,500.

Signed in image, and with artist’s chop only. Published by Kobayashi Bunshichi. AKA “Samisen Dance.”

SALVATORE PINTO (Amer. 1905-1966)

“EXCAVATIONS,” etching, 12 x 9.” Signed in pencil. $225. Titled in lower margin edge.

ALEXANDER PHIMISTER PROCTOR (Amer. 1861-1950)

“FREIGHTERS, COLORADO--IN THE 70'S,” etching, 1923?, 4 18 x 9 7/8.” Signed in pencil. $350. Proctor was born in Canada but moved to the U.S. in 1866 and to Colorado in 1871. He grew up on the frontier and the subject of this print was probably taken from his own childhood experiences. Masking tape along margin edges, verso, not affecting the front.. Known primarily as a sculptor, Proctor's prints are uncommon.

LUIGI RIST (Amer. 1888-1959)

“FRUIT DISH,” color woodcut, 1945, W18, ed.150,14 x 9 3/4.”  Signed in ink in the image.  $3250. Wonderful colors; slight toning in margins. The print was featured on the cover of The Christian Science Monitor’s September 13, 1947 issue.

 

ERNEST DAVID ROTH (Amer. 1879-1964)

[LOWER MANHATTAN WITH BROOKLYN AND MANHATTN BRIDGES], graphite and pen & ink, c. 1935, 12 3/4 x 9 1/2.”  Signed.  $1250.

CARL RUNGIUS (Amer. 1869-1959)

“ALARMED," etching & drypoint, 1925, 6 1/4 x 8 3/8.”  Signed in pencil. $3250. Chip to (very broad) margin edge, upper left; repaired chipped upper right margin edge. With original label from Arthur H. Harlow, Rare Etchings & Engravings, New York.

STEELE SAVAGE (Amer. 1898-1970)

“DON JUAN,” pen & ink with white, 1932,9 5/8 x 6 3/8." Unsigned. $450. An Illustration for Kenneth How’s 1932 book The Other Don Juan. Savage was an American illustrator best known for his illustrations in Edith Hamilton’s Mythology and WWII recruiting posters. Unsigned; noted in pencil in margins: "Harbor Press" and "opp. p. 44" and "#2" and "DON JUAN" and "6508-5-3." A copy of article discussing this image and Rockwell Kent's drawing of the same subject in the December 1932 edition of The Bookman magazine accompanies the drawing. (This work was erroneously sold as a work of Rockwell Kent at Swann Galleries in 2004).

LOUIS SCHANKER (Amer. 1903-1981)

“3 FIGURES, #2,” color woodcut, 1944, BM45, ed. 6/35, 6 x 7 1/8.”  Signed in pencil. $1175. From “The Line Form Color” portfolio. Small 1/4” chip in upper right margin, out of image area.

LOUIS SCHANKER (Amer. 1903-1981)

“CAFE #1,” color linocut and woodcut, 1938, BM14, ed. 2/35, 9 x 5 1/2.”  Signed in pencil. $1250. With pencil inscribed lines for matting identical to the ones that appeared on another impression of this image that sold at Swann Galleries in March of 2007. Even toning to the paper.

TOBIAS SCHNEEBAUM (Amer. 1921-2005)

“THE GIRL IN THE ABSTRACT BED” (Portfolio),serigraphs, 1954, ed. 1500,17 x 11” (folio). $295. Folio of 13 serigraphs--one double page-- by Schneebaum for a children’s book with text by Vance Bourjaily. With a card inserted signed by both the artist and writer. Minor wear to portfolio; prints fine.

CHARLES W. SMITH (Amer. 1893-1987)

ABSTRACTIONS, [Book w/ 6 orig. color woodcuts], ed. 250, 10 x 8 1/2.” Unsigned as issued. $2,400.

The artist’s landmark book, published in 1939 by the Johnson Publishing Company, New York. With 6 original abstract color woodcuts bound in. Prints are unsigned, as usual. Another copy of this work is in the collection of the Library of Congress.

BENTON M. SPRUANCE (Amer. 1904-1962)

“MAN READING A PLAY," lithograph, 1945, FL240, ed. 25, 16 1/4 x 13 3/8.”  Signed in pencil. $450. Portrait of Irvin Poley, writer and teacher.
Remnants of brown paper hinges, verso. Slight cockling to sheet.

BENTON SPRUANCE (Amer. 1904-1962)

“VAGRANT,” lithograph, 1938, FL158,, ed. 35, 14 1/2 x 8 3/8.”  Signed in pencil. $2000. Two tiny pieces of brown paper tape upper margin corners, well out of image.

WILLIAM STRANG (Scot. 1859-1921)

[THREE MALE FIGURES], aquatint, 14 1/2 x 17 3/4.”  Signed in pencil. $950. 

ABRAM TROMKA (Amer. 1896-1954)

[HOBOS SLEEPING ON SIDEWALK], lithograph, c. 1935-40, ed. c. 25, 11 1/8 x 13 7/8.”  Signed in pencil. $400. A strong Depression-era scene.

EMILE A. VERPILLEUX (Brit. 1888-1964)

“TOWERING NEWCOMER,” color woodcut, 1929, ed. small, 18 x 13.” Signed in pencil. $2750. With original label from Kennedy Galleries giving the title.  A nice vintage view of City Hall and the Woolworth Building (The “Newcomer”??).  Typical oil pigment bleed in the margins. Some soiling in margins.  Rare!

JACQUES VILLON (After), (Fr. 1875-1963)

COMPOSITION,” color etching & aquatint, 1928, GP660, ed. 20/200, 19 5/8 x 13 5/8.” Signed in pencil. $2350. Very large (full?) margins. Few spots, left margin edge, well out of image area.

 

FEROL SIBLEY WARTHEN (Amer. 1890-1987)

"SUNRISE," Provincetown white-line color woodcut, 1959, ed. small, 19 5/8 x 11 1/2.” Signed in pencil. $7500. Framed. Noted “Print 2.” Warthen learned the white-line method from Blanche Lazzell in the early 50’s. One of the largest and perhaps best prints Warthen ever executed! Another impression of this print exhibited in “Ferol Sibley Warthen” at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, June 29--July 21, 1985. With label from the Cape Cod Art Association First Jury Show, 1962 and a label from Annual Exhibit of of Boston Printmakers at the MFA, Nov. 1959. Also exhibited at the Washington Printmakers Jan. 1962. Print one of this image was exhibited at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, June 1959. With sales history of this print as well as Print 1.

ERNEST W. WATSON (Amer. 1884-1969)

“COAL YARD,” color linocut, ed. 60/100, 9 1/8 x 7 7/8.”  Signed in pencil.  $650. Very faint mat line, matted out. Few specks of light foxing in the margins. Good colors in this very atmospheric image.

HERBERT WATERS (Amer. 1903-1996)

[NEW ENGLAND VILLAGE IN WINTER*], color woodcut, c. 1940, 6 1/8 x 5 1/4.” $195. Thin tape stains top and bottom margins in center, out of image area. *According to the accompanying label, this is White River Jct., Vermont. It is looking Northeast from the current Rt. 4 over the White River into Hartford Village. 1/8" tape stain upper margin edge.

AGNES WEINRICH (Amer. 1873-1946)

“GRAPES & PEACHES" *Print with Original Printing Block), Provincetown white-line color woodcut, c. 1920, ed. very small, 10 1/2 x 10 1/2.”  Signed in pencil. POR. Weinrich’s prints are uncommon; more so with the original printing block that retains nice colors. The block was exhibited in “Provincetown Printing Blocks,” (Provincetown Art Association & Museum, March 11 to April 24, 1988), #17. AKA “Peaches & Plums.” Both the print and the block were exhibited at the Provincetown Art Association & Museum “The Tradition of the Provincetown Print May 23--August 10, 2014. The blue lines in pastel were drawn by Weinrich to frame the print. I have seen this on other woodblock prints of hers. **SEE BELOW FOR PHOTO OF BLOCK**

AGES WEINRICH (Amer. 1873-1946)

“GRAPES & PEACHES" Original Printing Block), 10 1/2 x 10 1/2.”  En suite with the above.

HUGO WESTERBERG (Swed./Amer. early 20th c.)

“A NEW DEAL" (Women Drinking at Bar), etching & aquatint, 1935, ed. 75,7 x 7 7/8.”  Signed in pencil. $400. A humorous take on Roosevelt’s signature accomplishment.
Westerberg was a Swedish-American architect and artist who lived in Chicago.

WILLIAM L. WYLLIE (Brit. 1851-1931)

BRITTANIA AND OTHER J-CLASS YACHTS OFF NO-MAN'S LAND FORTIN THE SOLENT,” etching, 3 1/2 x 13 1/8.” Signed in pencil. $1,250.

 

ZAO-WOU-KI (Fr/Ch. 1921-1964)

“L IX,”,” color lithograph, 1962, ed. 105/125, 19 3/4 x 18 1/2.” Signed in pencil. $2500. Titled on a label from L’Oeuvre Grave (and with their blindstamp), attached verso. With toning in old mat opening.

WILLIAM ZORACH (Amer. 1887-1966)

“MADONNA AND CHILD” color linocut with gold additions, 1949,*, ed. very small, 8 1/4 x 5 3/4.” Signed in pencil. $1500.

ANDERS ZORN (Swed. 1860-1920)

“BALANCE” etching, 1919, A287,HH287, 6 3/8 x 4 5/8.” Signed in pencil. $900.

 

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