John Edward Costigan
1888-1972 ~ American

At the Big Tree

$400.00

Also known as "Through the Woods." C. 1948. Commemorative edition of 25, an edition of 50, and an edition of 75. Awarded the Henry B. Shope prize. Plate measures 10 3/4 x 15 inches on 14 1/2 x 18 5/8 inch wove paper. Pencil signed "John Costigan N.A." A richly inked impression.

Fishermen Three

$345.00

This 1938 etching by the American artist John Costigan measures 9 x 11 3/4 inches, pencil signed and titled. This image is illustrated in Thomas Cravens, "A Treasury of American Prints", plate # 26. Costigan was known for his evocative images of hardworking farmers and their families, often set against the backdrop of the fields and landscapes of their daily lives. Costigan chose the common man as subject matter in many of his works. In this image his three children fish in a stream that ran through their upstate New York property. AAA label included with artist provenance.

Group of Figures

$325.00

This is a very richly inked original etching by American artist John Costigan. The image size is 8 7/8 x 13 7/8 inches, published in 1937 by the Associated American Artists, cat: Costigan-60, pencil signed and titled, tastefully framed. Costigan was known for his evocative images of hardworking farmers and their families, often set against the backdrop of the fields and landscapes of their daily lives.

Jackie

$325.00

Etching and drypoint, image size 10 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches, published by Associated American Artists in 1939, edition of 250, on wove paper, pencil signed and titled, publishers label with provenance. This image is illustrated in Thomas Cravens, "A Treasury of American Prints". Costigan chose the common man as subject matter in many of his works. His young son Jackie is portrayed in this personal and heartwarming image, perhaps tired after a long day of haying.

Cutting Fodder

$295.00

Original pencil signed etching by American artist John Edward Costigan, the title of this work is: "Cutting Fodder" also known as Family in the Field. Costigan used his family and family farm as the subjects of his etchings. This one was created and printed in 1938 and published by Associated American Artists in New York. The image measures 8 X 11 3/4 inches. signed lower right.