[London]: 1846. Published September 26, 1846, in Punch with the caption “Prince of Wales. 'Here, Jack! Here's something... Read More about “Every Inch A Sailor&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: March 14, 1955. Series taken during Diahann Carroll's stunning Broadway debut as "Ottilie alias Violet", in the Harold Arlen/Truman Capote musical HOUSE OF FLOWERS, which ran from Dec. 20, 1954 through May 21, 1955. Carroll was 20 years old at the time. Read More about Portrait Photograph of Diahann Carroll in "House of Flowers"
London: Published in the magazine “Men Only”, 1943. Cartoon Original by Martin. A waiter replies to a patron's gratitude. Martin, a Londoner, was a contributor to a number of English magazines, including Punch, in the 1930s-40s. Read More about “Don't thank me, Sir. Thank the Merchant Navy”: Original cartoon drawing, pen and wash on...
London: Published in the magazine “Men Only”, 1945. Cartoon Original by Martin. A uniformed staffer of the Ministry of Information informs himself of the latest race results. Martin, a Londoner, was a contributor to a number of English magazines, including Punch, in the 1930s-40s. Read More about Original cartoon drawing, pen and wash on board, signed and dated lower right
London: Published in “Punch”, July 31, 1946. Cartoon Original by Martin. A traditional admonition, this time addressed to his wife by a burglar. Martin, a Londoner, was a contributor to a number of English magazines, including Punch, in the 1930s-40s. Read More about “So it's you, Ethel! How many times must I tell you not to phone me during working hours?”:...
London: Published in the magazine “Passing Show”, August 15, 1936. Cartoon Original by Martin. A grande dame on a camping holiday makes inquiry of a local. Martin, a Londoner, was a contributor to a number of English magazines, including Punch, in the 1930s-40s. Read More about “What day does the dustman call, please?”: Original cartoon drawing, pen and wash on board,...
n.p: n.d. Fine full-face portrait of the great singer, in early middle age. Read More about Enrico Caruso: Portrait lithograph, signed in margin in pencil, S.G. Woolf
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: c. 1870?]. Read More about Group of 10 vintage photos of Central Park
[New York: n.d., ca 1890s]. An exceptionally fine series of late 19th-century silver print photographs of Central Park. Some of the identifiable views include Conservatory Pond with Temple Israel in the background, Gapstow Bridge, the Lake, and many views of the Ramble. The majority of images are of deserted winter..... Read More about 20 photographs of Central Park
[Berlin? ca. 1930?]. Excellent portrait of the great Russian bass (1873-1938), inscribed to the restaurateur, Rudolf Melzer, who ran the restaurant at the St. Regis Hotel in NYC. Read More about Portrait photograph, signed ("F Chaliapin") inscribed to Rudolf Melzer ("A Ms...
[London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1893]. One of 400. One of 25 photogravure portraits published in ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON AND HIS FRIENDS, a posthumous appreciation of Julia Margaret Cameron. Read More about Arthur Hallam
[ca. 1910]. Caffyn, W. H. G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936) was a writer for the Speaker and the Daily News whose first novel, The Napoleon of Notting Hill, was published in 1904, and he is best known for his Father Brown novels. W.H. Caffyn (1870-1958) trained as a lithographer and worked in... Read More about G. K. Chesterton
Japanese text along right margin. Read More about Nineteenth Century Chinese Water-Color Drawing on Rice Paper of a Food Vendor dressed in Blue...
Japanese text along right margin. Read More about Nineteenth Century Chinese Water-Color Drawing on Rice Paper of a Man dressed in a blue tunic nd...
Brockton , Mass: Tolman Job Print, c. 1900. Read More about Chromolithograph: "No 28 " Man in small carriage and two women in motor carriage
Brockton , Mass: Tolman Job Print or Fred S. Tolman, c. 1900. Read More about Chromolithograph: "No 29 " Two men with runaway carriage , with dog in front and...
Brockton , Mass: Tolman Job Print or Fred S. Tolman, c. 1900. Read More about Chromolithograph: "No 37 Blue Ribbon Winner", lady in carriage
Boston: Eastern Specialty Mftg. Co, ca. 1900. Read More about Color Lithograph: Advertising poster for “Bloomer Cut Cigar,” depicting two...
New York: Phelps & Watson, Publishers, 16 Beekman St, 1864. Rare and Fragile Civil War Map. Fragile and very scarce map from the Civil War, this copy being issued after May, 1864, as the final entry on the accompanying booklet listing skirmishes concludes with 'spotsylvania, Pa." The map itself locates... Read More about Phelps and Watson's Historical Military Map of the Border and Southern States
1860's. From the well-known collection of American Artists' letters, manuscripts and rare printed items formed by Professor E. Maurice Bloch. Read More about Original pen and ink drawing of the ship “Illinois” with annotation on verso of “Hilton...
New York: Published by The Derrydale Press, 1937. No. 1 of 250 copies. Connett’s Own Copy: No. 1. A splendid image of a drake pintail scudding ahead of a blow high over a marsh-lined bay. “The Alarm ”and “Down Wind” were the first full-color prints made of Clark's work, printed..... Read More about "Down Wind. Pintail Drake."
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1941. No. 1 of an edition of 250 prints, signed. COPY NUMBER ONE, PUBLISHER’S OWN PRINT. "Roland Clark's works are among the most sought after" states Siegel in his bibliography of The Derrydale Press. Two of Clark's paintings, each depicting a single bird in its... Read More about Dropping In. Canada Goose