London: [c. 1800]. Woodward, G. M. Jovial Meeting Outside The Hog in Armor. Read More about Young man Wot keeps an Horse&rdquo
London: The Nonesuch Press, 1927. First edition, Number 1114 of 1550 copies. Read More about Pencil Drawings
Chicago: Published by W.E. Wroe, 1914. First edition. RARE. This is the log Blomfield, an English artist, kept on this trip which started in Chicago on Sept. 13, 1914. He was the guest of Mr. Wroe and during the trip painted "23 studies in oil and water color besides a...... Read More about Rod, Gun and Palette in the High Rockies. Being a record of an Artist's Impressions in the Land...
n.p: 1853. Original Drawing of Mr. Verdant Green at Cricket. A popular Victorian literary character was Mr. Verdant Green, an Oxford Freshman, hero of several books written and illustrated by a Midland vicar, Rev. Edward Bradley (1827-1889) under the pen-name of Cuthbert Bede. Bradley had learned wood-engraving from no less..... Read More about “Verdant Green, An Oxford Freshman”: Pencil drawing, signed “Cuthbert Bede-1853” lower left
London: John Lane, . Brangwyn, Frank. No. 99 of 120 copies on Dutch rage paper. With Signed Self-Portrait. Lavishly illustrated study of Brangwyn. Read More about The Decorative Art of Frank Brangwyn. A study in the problems of decoration with special...
[London]: [Ca. 1932]. Brockhurst, Gerald L. Fine Etching by Brockhurst of Chase Manhattan Bank President. Gerald Leslie Brockhurst (1890-1978) was born in Birmingham, England, where he displayed a precocious talent for drawing. In London he was a prize-winning pupil at the Royal Academy Schools, and began etching in 1914. The..... Read More about “Albert H. Wiggin, Esq.” (President of Chase Manhattan Bank): etching
n.p. [Probably London]: n.d. [Ca. 1930]. Brockhurst, Gerald L. Fine Etched Portrait by Gerald Brockhurst. The subject, Charles Lee Reese (1862-1940), was, the DAB notes, “one of the outstanding American industrial chemists of his day”. In 1902 he became chief chemist of E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company and..... Read More about “Dr. Charles Lee Reese”: etching
[London]: . Brockhurst, Gerald L. Fine Etched Portrait of Mrs. Wiggin by Brockhurst. Mrs. Wiggin was the wife of Albert H. Wiggin, President of the Chase Manhattan Bank, whose portrait Brockhurst also etched.Gerald Leslie Brockhurst (1890-1978) was born in Birmingham, England, where he displayed a precocious talent for drawing. In..... Read More about “Mrs. Albert H. Wiggin”: etching
Architectural Drawing by Hugh Casson to Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt. This drawing, presented to the photographer,was done at an interesting time: Casson, an architect who had spent the war in the Camouflage Service had become Architecture Director for the successful 1951 Festival of Britain, and on the date of this drawing..... Read More about Original architectural drawing, signed and inscribed, “For Alfred Eisenstaedt”, London,...
New York: Metropolitan Opera Association, (1971). First edition. A study of Chagall's murals for the foyer of the Metropolitan Opera House and his designs for the set and costumes for the company's production of "The Magic Flute." Read More about Chagall at the "Met"
New York: Whittlesey House McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc, . First American edition. Read More about Painting as a Pastime
London: Published by Otto Limited, May, 1903-August, 1904. Read More about The Connoisseur. An Illustrated Magazine for Collectors. Volumes VI-IX
England: 1820-1850. The English illustrator HENRY CORBOULD (1787–1844), studied at the Royal Academy (with among others, Fuseli) and he quickly developed a taste for neo-classical historical painting. He soon concentrated “his efforts … on perfecting a delicate, rather feminine, neo-classical style which suited the purposes of refined Regency book illustration..... Read More about Bound album of 34 drawings (20 by Corbould, 14 by Uwins
1920. The watercolour is one of a series of travel scenes done in Cornwall , England about 1920. Cornwall was at the time a favourite holiday resort on the western coast of England. Read More about "Fisherman's Cot - Lands End Cornwall"
London: 24, Camden Square, June 21st. Cousins was a mezzotint engraver. Edward William Cooke (1811-1880) was an British landscape and marine artist. Read More about ALS. To Mr. E.W. Cooke, accepting an invitation to Bowls at the Fern
North Hills, Pa: Bird & Bull Press, 1982. Number 74 of 350 copies. Previously Unpublished. Includes Craig's candid comments on famous friends. Read More about Gordon Craig's Diary 1932-1933. Edited with a Prologue by Colin Franklin
Genève: Gérard Cramer, 1973. Trade edition. Volume One of the Catalogue Raisonne of the graphic works of Henry Moore. Read More about HENRY MOORE CATALOGUE OF GRAPHIC WORK 1931-1972
Kensington, [London] 13 Holland Street: 1901. Reading in part, "I am afraid I could not say anything very definite with out seeing the works you are sending to Whitechapel-or have sent?..." Read More about Autograph Letter, signed ("Walter Crane"), to Miss Halkett regarding the valuation of...
[England]: Ca. 1920. C. Crosley. GRAND NATIONAL. A spirited, somewhat stylized, picture of two horses, jockeys up, taking the water jump at Aintree, with a suggestion of landscape in the background. We have not been able to trace this artist, but he was almost certainly a professional, drawing with a...... Read More about An attractive pastel “'Over the water' - Liverpool Grand National”, signed and titled by the...
Inscribed Cruikshank Proof. A poignant etching, signed “George Cruikshank” in the plate, showing Lady Jane Grey in her Tower of London chamber, dressed in a dark gown with long flowing skirts, kneeling with her head on a chair, prostrate with grief. There are a couple of light spots on the..... Read More about FINE PROOF ETCHING BY GEORGE CRUIKSHANK, WITH HIS PRESENTATION INSCRIPTION. Most probably an...
n.p: n.d. [Ca. 1882]. Cruikshank, George Scraps and Sketches. A later edition. A Victorian reprint (one of the ads on the verso of the front wrapper refers to a gold medal won in 1881) and a testament to the popularity of the work, first published 1828-32. It consists of 24..... Read More about Scraps and Sketches
London: W. Tweedie, 1862. Cruikshank, George. Read More about Stenelaus and Amylda, A Christmas Legend for Children of a Larger Growth
Churchtown & Dublin: Dun Emer and Cuala Press, 1908-1915. One of 300 copies. The beautiful periodical of verse and images produced by the Cuala Press, each number with three illustrations by Jack B. Yeats, who also contributed many of the poems under pseudonyms R.E. McGowan and W.T. MacGowan. The present..... Read More about A Broadside. Published Monthly … [Cuala Press Broadsides. First Series