Paris: Goupil, . Carjat’s Charles Baudelaire. The iconic portrait photograph of Charles Baudelaire by Étienne Carjat, taken c.... Read More about “Ch. Baudelaire&rdquo
Original works of art, photography, and prints. Including art from the Golden Age of book illustration by Edmund Dulac, Arthur Rackham, and Maxfield Parrish, as well as cartoons, comic books such as George Tuska's Iron Man and Power Man, and works by influential artists.
New York: Frank Lowe, 1944. Number 163 of 250 copies. One of the fine sporting prints published by Frank Lowe, continuing the series of prints published by the Derrydale Press from 1937 to 1942. Read More about “The Raider”
New York: Frank J. Lowe, 80 West 40th Street, 1944. No. 20 of 250. Read More about "The Rendevous."
New York: Published by The Derrydale Press, 1938. No. 30 of 250 numbered copies, signed by the artist. A splendid image of a mallard drake above an autumn marsh scene. The coloring on the bird is exceptionally bright and fresh. Roland Clark (1874-1957) was known primarily as a etcher of... Read More about The Scout. Mallard Drake
New York: Frank Lowe, 1945. Number 35 of 250 copies. One of the fine sporting prints published by Frank Lowe, continuing the series of prints published by the Derrydale Press from 1937 to 1942. Read More about “Seclusion”
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1940. Number 31 of 250. Read More about "A Straggler. Broadbill"
New York: Frank Lowe, 1946. Number 55 of 250 copies. One of the fine sporting prints published by Frank Lowe, continuing the series of prints published by the Derrydale Press from 1937 to 1942. Read More about “Tranquility”
New York: Frank Lowe, 1947. Number 143 of 250 copies. One of the fine sporting prints published by Frank Lowe, continuing the series of prints published by the Derrydale Press from 1937 to 1942. Read More about “Up and Away”
n.p: n.d. Original John Clay Watercolor Greeting to Carrie Donovan. A delightful card, the front showing the watercolor of a rural-clad child gazing a group of mannikins; the verso showing a number of eyes which look down upon two young (Parsons?) art students, the drawings suggesting Donovan's progress in the..... Read More about Original watercolor greeting card to Carrie Donovan, signed and inscribed by fashion artist John...
‘Mark Twain’, 1863: Sam Clemens as a Young Man. Early, striking portrait of Samuel Clemens during his newspaper career in the West. By the time this photograph was taken, the salt-print technique had been entirely superseded on the East Coast and was used only in remoter locations in the West.Dan..... Read More about Photographic portrait of Samuel L. Clemens, ca. 1863
Cleveland, Ohio: THE SAPERSTEIN GREETING CARD CO, 1939. Read More about Postcard: "Grounds of the Great Lakes Exposition at Night, Looking North Toward Lake Erie....
New York: Long & Heppner, 327 East 34th Street, New York, 1885. Fine Large New York Coaching Photograph of 1885. A technically superb and imposing time exposure (some movement in the tree branches overhead), showing close to a hundred elegantly-attired Club members, a handsome four-in-hand behind them, at, presumably, their... Read More about “Wyanoke Coaching Club, September 13th 1885”
np: nd [ca. 1880]. This anonymous, English drawing, captioned "The Hill to the Downs.– 'Done Up!'", shows a a double deck omnibus loaded with passengers, apparently making its way from London to the races at Epsom Downs. The right wheeler does not want to start, the guard is standing beside..... Read More about An original pen-and-ink drawing of a four-in-hand coaching scene "Hill to the Downs. 'Done...
[c. 1900]. Cole, Herbert (1867-1930). According to Houfe, Herbert Cole was an important artist, known for his work as a draughtsman, illustrator, engraver and designer of bookplates. His work, using either “a flamboyant art nouveau style or …comic illustrations”, appeared in many magazines in the last decade of the nineteenth..... Read More about Mrs. J. H. Ewing, From the Portrait by Frederick Hollyer
DC Comics Inc, May 1972. The Witching Hour was an American comic book anthology focusing on stories of horror and the supernatural. The stories were hosted and introduced by three witches, based on Macbeth's Weird Sisters and the archetypal Maiden/Mother/Crone characterization. This first page shows the three witches, Morded, Mildred..... Read More about The Witching Hour, Issue 20 Page 1
DC Comics Inc, September 1983. Comic Synopsis: Green Lantern must fight Kaylark, who has made herself empress of her home-world with her improved power ring. "Green Lantern Vol 2 168." DC Database. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Apr. 2015. Page Synopsis: Kaylark has become mad with power as new empress of... Read More about Green Lantern Volume 2 168, page 8 “A Ring of Endless Might!”
DC Comics Inc, November 1971. The Witching Hour was published for 85 issues from February-March 1969 to October 1978. The beginning of each of the comics featured three witches ‘hosting’ the tales in a similar fashion to Macbeth’s Weird Sisters. The three witches, based on the archetypes of Maiden/Mother/Crone, Cynthia..... Read More about The Witching Hour Vol 1 17, page 1 "The Little Witch Went to College"
DC Comics Inc, December 1983. Action Comics is an American comic book series that introduced Superman as one of the first major superhero characters. Read More about Action Comics Issue 550, page 7 "The Day the Earth Exploded"
DC Comics Inc, December 1982. This page is from Adventure Comics, one of DC's longest running titles, featuring a retelling of the Challengers of the Unknown. Page Synopsis: A boxer named Rocky has been drugged and unable to fight well. Read More about Adventure Comics Vol 1 494, page 3 "Contract on a Champ!"
DC Comics Inc, Decemeber 1982. This page is from Adventure Comics, one of DC's longest running titles, featuring a retelling of the Challengers of the Unknown. Read More about Adventure Comics, Issue 494 page 7
DC Comics Inc, November 1982. Read More about Adventure Comics, The Challengers of the Unknown. Issue 493 page 2 "When Destiny Calls"
DC Comics Inc. Read More about Adventure Issue 493 page 5
DC Comics Inc, December, 1982. Read More about Adventure Issue 494 page 5 "Contract on a Champ!"