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“Privately printed for Theodore Gordon Flyfishers in a limited edition of three hundred copies”. Read More about Fishing Print: “Fall Fishing,” depicting a fisherman in a river in the midst of fall foliage
London: Henry Graves, 1894. Read More about A Difficult Bunker
1843. Rare - the plate for this print remained private and was never used for a published edition. Read More about “A nun and a small peasant girl” entitled "From a Watercolour Sketch by E. Landseer"
London: Thomas McLean, c. 1825. Read More about "Fowl Shooting"
No. 26 of 100 copies. Read More about Angling print: “Hen & Cockfish”
Bruxelles: F. Parent, 1859. Read More about Hand-colored Lithograph: "Duchesse d'Olenbourg" from ANNALES DE POMOLOGIE, with French...
1932. Second state, one of 162 copies. French Church Series no. 34. Read More about Etching: 'saint Catherine's Belfry, Honfleur"
The Society of American Etchers, Gravers, Lithographers and Woodcutters Inc. Second State. Read More about Etching: French Lace West Portal of the Main Façade of the Church of Notre-Dame, on the Place...
[Paris: 1926]. No. 2 of 35 copies SIGNED AND NUMBERED by the artist in pencil; with his stamp lower left. Rouault's Baudelaire. Superb image of the brooding genius so greatly admired by Rouault, who included it in the second edition of his collection, SOUVENIRS INTIMES (Paris: E. Frapier, 1927), with..... Read More about Portrait of Charles Baudelaire
London: George Baxter 11 & 12 Northmapton Square, March 1, 1854. Read More about The Day Before Marriage after a painting by Fanny Corbaux
American: n.d. [ca. 1930?]. No. 6 of an edition of 100, signed. An early student of William Meritt Chase, Beal moved away from Chase's impressionistic style, began to depict the rugged, colorful life he observed on the New England coast -- as in the fine, forceful etching of fishermen straining..... Read More about "The Net Wagon"
1930. American Impressionist artist. Read More about Etching: Depicting ships at sea
[London?]: [Smithers?], Ca. 1898. UNRECORDED PRINTING OF BEARDSLEY VIGNETTE. Evidently unrecorded. Lasner, in his Beardsley Checklist, mentions copies on plain paper, vellum, Japanese vellum, and white satin, but not chine collé, which this definitely is. Read More about “D'Albert (a vignette)”
London: C. Klackner, 12 Haymarket, 1895. Read More about Print in Sepia: Reclining Boy in a Field with 4 Dogs and a Pile of dead Grouse that he has shot...
London: W. Sams, Book & Printseller, to the Royal family opposite St James's Palace, 1825. Third state, the first being produced in 1818. A large and important depiction of an exhibition sparring match held in Fives Court, in London's Little St. Martin's Street, a tennis and fives court hired for..... Read More about The Interior of the Fives Court, with Randall and Turner Sparring. Engraved by C[harles] Turner...
London: S. Fores, Piccadilly, 1819-1820. Read More about 6 hand coloured Prints of Regency Boxers, depicting: Wm. Eales, James Ward, Jack Randall, E....
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1931. First (and only) edition, limited to 250 proofs only. An extremely handsome and decorative set of American sporting notables. The six portraits, each set in an appropriate background, are of: SAMUEL MORRIS, ESQ., Foxhunter, first president of the Gloucester Foxhunting Club, America's oldest; COL..... Read More about "FATHERS OF AMERICAN SPORT" The complete set of six hand-colored aquatint portraits,...
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1936. No. 46 of 200 copies. Connett published two drypoints by Boyer in 1929, and this colored trout-fishing print in 1936, followed by a salmon fishing print in 1937. The Derrydale catalogue noted: “This is the only colored, modern trout-fishing print available. It was carefully..... Read More about “After a Big One” [Trout-fishing scene of an angler casting into a shaded pool