[Paris: 1926]. No. 2 of 35 copies SIGNED AND NUMBERED by the artist in pencil; with his stamp... Read More about Portrait of Charles Baudelaire
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
[London]: [Ca. 1932]. Brockhurst, Gerald L. Fine Etching by Brockhurst of Chase Manhattan Bank President. Gerald Leslie Brockhurst (1890-1978) was born in Birmingham, England, where he displayed a precocious talent for drawing. In London he was a prize-winning pupil at the Royal Academy Schools, and began etching in 1914. The..... Read More about “Albert H. Wiggin, Esq.” (President of Chase Manhattan Bank): etching
n.p. [Probably London]: n.d. [Ca. 1930]. Brockhurst, Gerald L. Fine Etched Portrait by Gerald Brockhurst. The subject, Charles Lee Reese (1862-1940), was, the DAB notes, “one of the outstanding American industrial chemists of his day”. In 1902 he became chief chemist of E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company and..... Read More about “Dr. Charles Lee Reese”: etching
[London]: . Brockhurst, Gerald L. Fine Etched Portrait of Mrs. Wiggin by Brockhurst. Mrs. Wiggin was the wife of Albert H. Wiggin, President of the Chase Manhattan Bank, whose portrait Brockhurst also etched.Gerald Leslie Brockhurst (1890-1978) was born in Birmingham, England, where he displayed a precocious talent for drawing. In..... Read More about “Mrs. Albert H. Wiggin”: etching
New York: n.d., ca. 1930. One of a very few copies. Unrecorded Meadow Brook Steeple Chase Etching. Dynamic steeplechasing scene by the master, four riders at the main jump of the Meadow Brook Cup (the same jump as in Brown’s rare and celebrated aquatint for the Derrydale Press, 1931). Unrecorded..... Read More about Etching: Meadow Brook Steeplechase scene at the Ambrose Clark estate, Broadhollow, Westbury,...
New York: Polo Magazine, 1931. First edition, edition size unknown. Brown did three prints for Polo Magazine from 1931 through 1933, each representing Aintree. Read More about The Water Jump in the Grand National of 1931 at Aintree. Title in Brown's hand in plate "The...
Havana, Cuba: Carranza & Brothers, ca. 1890. Chromolithographed Cuban Bull Fight Album, Ca. 1890. Vivid and colorful bullfighting scenes, featuring the various techniques of the matadors and others in the arena. No text, apart from the cover information, in English. A remarkable survival. Read More about Cuban Bull Fight Album
London: Bretherton, March 11, 1778. Henry William Bunbury (1750-1811), second son of baronet Sir William Bunbury, and younger brother of Sir Charles Bunbury, a notorious figure of the turf, began drawing caricatures at Westminster School, and during his brief stay at Cambridge. Following the Grand Tour he achieved initial fame..... Read More about “A Tour to Foreign Parts”: Engraving, with etching, signed and titled in the plate, lower left
London: Alfred Bell & Co. Ltd., 6 Old Bond Street, June 1. 1931. Spirited Buxton Fox Hunting Print. A large, lively autumn fox hunting scene showing the huntsman and whips working hounds before an elegantly turned-out field in picturesque English countryside. Read More about Fox Hunting Scene
[London]: n.d. [ca. 1910]. Cameron, Sir David Young. A Cameron Gargoyle. Masterful etching of a gargoyle, possibly on a Venetian church. Cameron (1865-1945) was a Scottish artist and etcher who particularly excelled in his renderings of architectural motifs. A particularly intense and dramatic example of his work.Accompanied by two color..... Read More about FINE ORIGINAL ETCHING, SIGNED IN THE PLATE AND IN PENCIL IN THE LOWER MARGIN, OF A GARGOYLE
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
[New York: c. 1870?]. Read More about Group of 10 vintage photos of Central Park
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: 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
. One of 67 copies done. Read More about Etching "Last Round."
1922. Trial Proof, one of 2. Edition of 75. Read More about Etching:  Canada Geese in flight above a marsh
New York: Frank Lowe, 1943. No. 109 of 250. Read More about "Fair Haven."
New York: Frank Lowe, 1943. Number 150 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. Inscribed by the artist to Harold E. Herrick, Jr. Read More about “Fair Haven”