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New York: The Derrydale Press, 1927-1939. Each print of a small limitation, as noted. A beautiful presentation of Roland Clark prints from the personal collection of Eugene V. Connett, III, publisher of the Derrydale Press. Comprising:1) “Home Waters” Drypoint etching, first proof impression of a scene of nine ducks in..... Read More about Album of 6 etchings and aquatint engravings from the personal collection of Eugene V. Connett, 3d
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1938. Clark, Roland. First edition, number 149 of 800 copies. Read More about Roland Clark's Etchings
With a copy of The New Yorker issuew they appear in. Read More about 7 finished drawings in pen for The New Yorker Sept. 17, 1966 pp. 60 & 61, with 3 pages of...
New York: Cosmopolitan Book Corporation, 1923. Wyeth, N.C. Later printing. Inscribed by His Mother to Western Artist John Edward Borein. Inscribed to the artist Edward Borein, "1872 / 1924 To Ed. from his loving Mother, Annie B. Boreim"John Edward Borein (1872-1945), son of a California deputy sheriff, was sketching Western..... Read More about An Autobiography of Buffalo Bill (Colonel W. F. Cody
An original drawing by the eccentric and compulsive hoarder Langley Collyer, who, with his brother Homer, lived in a Harlem brownstone at 2078 Fifth Avenue filled with a lifetime's accumulation of books, paper, and garbage. Read More about Drawings, two sided. with some damage. Friends identified by name on the larger more complicated...
July 23, 1959. Irish writer. Read More about Portait of Padraic Colum
[New York: 1949]. Red Scare Trial: Judge Medina’s Album, with Original Drawing. Large souvenir album prepared for Harold R. Medina, the judge who presided over the 1949 trial of Communist conspirators in New York City. The trial of party chairman William Z. Foster, Gus Hall, and 10 other prominent Reds..... Read More about Original ink and wash drawing of Judge Harold R. Medina in his courtroom, presiding over the 1949...
Fine sailing scene, two moored sailboats in the foreground with other moored boats visible against the shoreline behind.By Eugene V. Connett, Jr, father of the founder of the Derrydale Press, who was himself a keen sportsman and sailor.A pleasing image with choice American sporting provenance. Read More about Dead Calm
Rare etching by the founder of the Derrydale Press. Read More about Etching, "Down to the Sound"
New York: N. Tibbals & Co, 1869. First editions. Two very scarce and important texts relating to New Haven and Yale, bound together, and in superb condtion. The Sturgis catalogue of the Jarves collection (one of the most important and influential collectors of his day) is the first book by..... Read More about The Attractions of New Haven, Connecticut: a guide to the city. With map and illustrations....
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1966. A substantial monograph on one of the first important American artists. Read More about John Singleton Copley: In America 1738-1774; In England 1774-1815
Number 457 of 950 signed in pencil by artist, lower right. Read More about Print of Man Salmon Fishing from shore, guide and boat behind, fish hooked and jumping
[Roslyn, New York: 1942]. Ernest Cramer (1892-1980) was an American artist known for his focus on New York subjects. Read More about Winter landscape
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1945. Crite, Allan Rohan. First Edition. Signed. Signed by the Artist. Read More about Three Spiritual From Earth To Heaven
Fine Cruikshank Watercolor Illustration. The drawing, very carefully rendered in pencil with multi-colored washes, shows, in a kitchen setting, a middle-aged woman to whom a younger one is presenting her visitor, a towering Guardsman, who stands at attention, saluting. They stand by a table on which reposes bread and cheese..... Read More about A highly finished pencil and watercolor drawing of a kitchen scene
[San Francisco: n.d., early 1970s]. No. 67 of 75, numbered and signed by the artist (“R. Crumb”) in pencil beneath the image. Crumb’s ‘Nightmare’, one of 75. Striking and characteristic R. Crumb image, the great American underground cartoonist’s hommage to Fuseli’s celebrated painting of the same title, rendered in a...... Read More about The Nightmare [Original signed print
London: Printed for William Tegg, and Co, 75, Cheapside, 1848. Read More about The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters, Sculptors, and Architects
[New York: 1879]. Rare broadside poem by the wealthy merchant and philanthropist Field, 1814-1893. The poem's opening line begins:"Among these hills his youth was spent ... " Read More about Written on the occasion of unveiling Wilson MacDonald's statue of General George A. Custer, Aug....
nd. The soldier is quite dishevelled and his uniform is in tatters; he is being looked upon with great distaste by the men in the barber shop, all of whom are quite foppish. On the back is a clipped piece of paper with the title above a parenthetical line "..... Read More about "What no soup?" Original pen and ink drawing of a Civil War soldier walking into a...
“Claymont” [Delaware]: Dec 9, 1879. Fine little pencil sketch by the great illustrator of a Victorian couple sitting at a table near the kitchen window - very possibly a scene from Dickens. Read More about Drawing, signed. with an Autograph Note signed presenting it to Mr. Edward Denham of New Bedford,...