Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania: nd. ca. 1908. Wyeth to His Former Teacher. Wyeth writes to his former teacher Eric... Read More about Autograph Letter, signed (“Wyeth”), to Eric Pape
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,...
April 9, 1934. French/American Painter (1887-1979). Read More about Portrait Photograph of Andrew Dasburg
Original Floyd Davis Portrait of Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt. A fine sympathetic full-face drawing of the photographer, undoubtedly done from life. Floyd MacMillan Davis (1896-1966) began by doing advertising art, and in the 1930s began illustrating southern rural scenes and people forthe works of William Faulkner, MacKinlay Kantor and others. During..... Read More about Original pencil portrait of Alfred Eisensteadt, inscribed, “To Alfred”, signed and dated...
New York: R.H. Russell, 1897. First edition. In Dust Jacket. Read More about Cuba in War Time
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, [July], 1902. Remington, Frederic. First edition. Read More about Ransom's Folly
New York. Inscribed to the Proprietor of the Anglers Roost. Read More about Watercolor on paper, Salmon Fly, inscribed by the artist “To Jimmy Deren, Charles De Feo”
London: Printed for John Stockdale, 1790. First edition thus. An attractive copy in a fine contemporary binding of the first Stothard illustrated edition of Robinson Crusoe. "Stothard was the first English artist to realize the visual potential of Robinson Crusoe”: in contrast to earlier illustrators of the text, “Stothard depicts..... Read More about The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe; The Further Adventures of Robinson...
Colorado Spring, Colorado: 1945. Dehn, Adolf. Number 15 of an edition of 250 copies, executed in the Summer and Autumn of 1945 and printed on handmade paper by Lawrence Barrett, each Lithograph has been numbered and signed by the artist. Read More about "Selected Tales of Guy de Maupassant" series, without title-page
New York: May 3, 1932. Van Vechten, Carl. Read More about Portrait photograph of Charles Demuth
[Massachusetts, etc.? ca. late 1890s to 1924]. Sherman Foote Denton (1856-1937), a Massachusetts native and the child of an abolitionist and a radical feminist, was an accomplished artist from his youth. He travelled the world, collecting and illustrating natural history specimens. Denton was adept at preserving specimens, especially butterflies and..... Read More about Autograph Manuscript, signed:] Fishes of the East Coast and interior fresh waters of the U.S....
Published in "A Tomato Can Chronicle", 1937. Ralph L. Boyer was one of the small group of artists most closely associated with the Derrydale Press. He was educated at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and his work as an illustrator was widely published. Connett published several series of prints..... Read More about Original drawing for the frontispiece of "A Tomato Can Chronicle": "From the box...
N.p: 1930s. Frost, John. A fascinating and frequently moving group of letters, in which Frost discusses his work (“I just finished a canvas from memory of that Maryland country...Everything I've done up to this has been a flop as I've been pressing and overworking--but I think I've gotten hold of..... Read More about A FINE GROUP OF 6 AUTOGRAPH LETTERS SIGNED (“JACK”) FROM A.B. FROST'S ARTIST SON JOHN TO...
Dec 10, 1881 (on back). Read More about Drawing of Little Girl entitled "He isn't coming/ 15 minute sketch."
New York: Printed for the New York Historical Society, 1930. First edition. One of 100 copies. Read More about Diary of William Dunlap. The Memoirs of a Dramatist, Theatrical Manager, Painter, Critic,...
New York: Feby 11, 1847. Asking Durand to Paint a Landscape. Reading in part: “ I have a good anecdote for you. Bishop Doane has written me a letter 'would you do me the favour to ask Mr. [Asher B.] Durand [1796-1886] to panel a landscape for me.'” Duyckink, editor..... Read More about Autograph Letter, Signed, to Charles Leneman, Esq
New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1933. First edition. Read More about Thomas Eakins
New York: J.J. Augustin, . First edition. IN DUST JACKET. Read More about Hopi Kachinas
1829. Augustin Amant Edouart was a French-born portrait artist who began making silhoutte portraits in London in 1825. In 1829 he moved to Edinburgh, where he worked for three years before traveling in the United States and then moving back to France. Edouart's silhouttes, cut out from black paper by..... Read More about SILHOUETTE of a Gentleman and his dog
N.p: n.d. Fritz Eichenberg. A passage of about 150 words from Eichenberg's “Artist's Proof”. Read More about Typed quotation, prepared by a collector, signed at the bottom (“Fritz Eichenberg”
n.d. [ca.1950]. Read More about Etching: "Planning the Campaign"
Austin. Texas: Univerdity of Texas, 1969. Read More about Paintings from the C.R. Smith Collection
[New York: 1881]. Rare broadside poem by the wealthy merchant and philanthropist Field, 1814-1893, on the first man in the U.S. Navy to hold the title of Admiral. Read More about Written on the occasion of the unveiling Farragut statue by St. Gaudens, on 25th May, 1881, City...