Item #300442 [Five etchings of New York City scenes] "Brooklyn Bridge," "Park Avenue," Forty-Second Street," "Battery Park," and "Lower Broadway" William Walcot.
[Five etchings of New York City scenes] "Brooklyn Bridge," "Park Avenue," Forty-Second Street," "Battery Park," and "Lower Broadway"
[Five etchings of New York City scenes] "Brooklyn Bridge," "Park Avenue," Forty-Second Street," "Battery Park," and "Lower Broadway"

[Five etchings of New York City scenes] "Brooklyn Bridge," "Park Avenue," Forty-Second Street," "Battery Park," and "Lower Broadway"

[Harold Wollvine Dickins], 1923.

Drypoint etchings, signed "W Walcot" (lower right), in pencil. With original letterpress prospectus with woodblock headpiece illustration. Plates approx. 8-1/2 x 10. Fine Hinged and matted, housed in cloth portfolio. Item #300442

A series of 5 etchings of New York City scenes by the Russian-Scottish artist and architect William Walcot (1874-1943)

William Walcot was a Scottish-Russian architect, architectural draftsman, graphic artist, and etcher known for his adoption of the Art Nouveau style and the many buildings he designed in Russia and the series of highly skilled architectural illustrations he created in London.

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