Akron, Ohio: The B.F. Goodrich Company, 1901. Read More about Color Lithograph: Advertising poster for Goodrich and Palmer Tires, titled “Ruth,”...
London: The Nonesuch Press, 1925. Gooden, Stephen. One of 12 proofs pulled before the plate was steelfaced. Stephen Gooden Bible Title Page, One of Twelve Proofs. A fine proof impression of Gooden's superb title page for the Nonesuch Bible, one of 12 proofs pulled for the artist before the book..... Read More about The Nonesuch Bible: Title Page for Samuel to Psalms
London: Done for the George G. Harrap Co. limited edition of 125 copies, 1940. Stephen Gooden (1892-1955) was the most accomplished line engraver of his time. He illustrated a number of books, among them the Nonesuch Press Bible, the Rubaiyat, the Fables of La Fontaine, George Moore's The Brook Kerith..... Read More about Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam
. No. 1 of 100 copies. Read More about Lithograph: “Low Tide”
n.p: n.d. [Ca. 1930]. No. 14 of 55 Artist's Proofs. Roland Green Drypoint Etching of Snipe in Flight. A handsome etching, showing two snipe in flight over well-executed marshland; with an old gallery label on back of frame. An Englishman, Roland Green (1896-1972) was born in Kent, and lived in..... Read More about Snipe in Flight: Drypoint etching, signed in pencil in lower margin (“Roland Green”), and...
1878. Haden qualified as a doctor and practised medicine with great success (Queen Victoria was a patient of his). He found that etching, while still an amateur, helped discipline his hand for surgery. He owned a considerable collection of Rembrandt etchings and was a connoiseur of Old Master prints. His..... Read More about Etching: “Windsor”
Second half of the 18th C. Read More about Hand-colored engraving: “Le Palais de Cesar dans le Faubourg a Vienne appelle Favorita /...
Paris: chez Bance, Rue St. Denis, No. 175 près celle aux Ours, c 1830. Read More about Hand-colored Print: "Le Désagrément d'aller à Cheval." N. 2 from" L'Elegance...
New York: Brown-Robertson Company Inc., 415 Madison Ave, 1921. Each #30/200, signed by the artist in pencil lower right. Read More about Two hand-colored prints entitled "The First Flight" and "Full Cry" with a...
Gladstone, NJ: G.F. Hill & Co. Read More about Hills (Chicken) Mash 100 LBS. Net Feed Mill Bag
London: H. Bonwicke and others, 1705. Splendid Equitation Color Engravings, ca. 1705. The science of equitation and the means of teaching it developed primarily in 16th century Italy, and moved northward through Europe to England in the ensuing centuries. As time went on, techniques were refined, but the plates in..... Read More about Seven hand-colored engraved plates showing methods of riding and training horses
London: Edward Orme, Printseller to His Majesty Henri Merke was principal engraver, 1807. Howitt, Samuel. from the First edition. Williamson spent 20 years in Bengal. Howitt was the brother-in-law of Thomas Rowlandson. British Sporting Artists, 165 "The most beautiful book on Indian Sport in Existence. Another edition was published in..... Read More about 4 Prints "The Hog Deer at Bay", "Hunting an Old Buffalo" (Number 25), The...
[ca. 1890s]. Three scenes depict groups of riders, with lightly forested hills in background, apparently at a horse race. Group portrait of 8 Indians and one white man (who also appears in one of the race photos) before a log cabin and teepee. Also one portrait of two men on..... Read More about Indians: set of 5 outdoor photographs of Indians
Handsome Views of Livorno and Augsbourg. Read More about Four hand-colored 18th century engravings of Italian and German views
1879. Johnson, Eastman. The Mentor. Most likely a Nantucket scene, depicting an older man in an explanatory or advisory role with a young girl. The man bears a resemblence to Captain Charles Myrick, a Nantucket man who appears in several of Johnson's paintings and etchings from this period. From a...... Read More about Etching on tissue paper, signed in the plate "E.Johnson 1879" and by the etcher...
Kemble is best remembered as the original illustrator of Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884). Read More about Uncle Remus. Two fine etchings of Uncle Remus telling Brer Rabbit stories to the Little Boy,...
Inscribed "Rockwell Kent to his friend Herman W. Kapp." Read More about "On Earth Peace" Lithograph of an Angel in Eskimo Clothing
New York: Derrydale Press, 1931. First edition. Ordeman notes a limitation of 250 signed prints; this copy, uncolored, is not signed. Connett announced the print as the first in a series but issued no further scenes. Read More about Uncolored Lithograph: "American Horse Show Scenes, Rochester"