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John W. Gregory
1903-1992, American

A Provincetown Night
1903-1992, American

Lithograph printed on photo paper, possibly a photographic transfer, image size 9 1/4 x 8 inches, edition of 20, 1970, hand signed, numbered and titled in ink, framed. (M)


Provincetown Bar
1903-1992, American

Lithograph printed on photo paper, possibly a photographic transfer, image size 9 5/8 x 12 1/8 inches, 1945, hand signed, dated and titled in ink.


Eventide
1903-1992, American

Black and white photograph, image size 9 5/8 x 12 1/2 inches, hand signed and titled in ink. Called the "Ansel Adams of Cape Cod," Gregory was born in Brooklyn, NY and studied at the Art Students League with John Sloan. In the early 1930s he moved to Provincetown, MA and started his photography business, becoming well-known for his Cape Cod landscapes and portraits of the local people. In 1936 he was named one of the 73 most noteworthy graphic artists in the country and in 1948 he had a solo show of his work at the Smithsonian Museum.


Gathering Storm
1903-1992, American

Black and white photograph, image size 9 7/8 x 13 inches, hand signed and titled in ink. Called the "Ansel Adams of Cape Cod," Gregory was born in Brooklyn, NY and studied at the Art Students League with John Sloan. In the early 1930s he moved to Provincetown, MA and started his photography business, becoming well-known for his Cape Cod landscapes and portraits of the local people. In 1936 he was named one of the 73 most noteworthy graphic artists in the country and in 1948 he had a solo show of his work at the Smithsonian Museum.


Calm Harbor
1903-1992, American

Black and white photograph, image size 9 1/4 x 12 3/4 inches, hand signed and titled in ink. Called the "Ansel Adams of Cape Cod," Gregory was born in Brooklyn, NY and studied at the Art Students League with John Sloan. In the early 1930s he moved to Provincetown, MA and started his photography business, becoming well-known for his Cape Cod landscapes and portraits of the local people. In 1936 he was named one of the 73 most noteworthy graphic artists in the country and in 1948 he had a solo show of his work at the Smithsonian Museum.


Portrait of a Fisherman
1903-1992, American

Black and white photo, sight size 12 3/8 x 9 5/8 inches, hand signed in ink on the window mat, framed. Called the "Ansel Adams of Cape Cod," Gregory was born in Brooklyn, NY and studied at the Art Students League with John Sloan. In the early 1930s he moved to Provincetown, MA and started his photography business, becoming well-known for his Cape Cod landscapes and portraits of the local people. In 1936 he was named one of the 73 most noteworthy graphic artists in the country and in 1948 he had a solo show of his work at the Smithsonian Museum.


Low Tide, Provincetown
1903-1992, American

Black and white photograph, image size 9 7/8 x 13 inches, hand signed in ink. Called the "Ansel Adams of Cape Cod," Gregory was born in Brooklyn, NY and studied at the Art Students League with John Sloan. In the early 1930s he moved to Provincetown, MA and started his photography business, becoming well-known for his Cape Cod landscapes and portraits of the local people. In 1936 he was named one of the 73 most noteworthy graphic artists in the country and in 1948 he had a solo show of his work at the Smithsonian Museum.

Painting

Boats and Wagons on the Beach
1839-1892, British

Watercolor 10 3/8 x 15 3/8 inches, signed "G. Sheffield" l.l., sepia on paperboard.

Print

The Boat Swing
1905-1990, British

This is an energetic scene of children swinging by British artist Eileen Soper. Etching with drypoint, image size is 10 7/8 x 7 3/8 inches, 1924, pencil signed, titled in the lower margin. Eileen Soper began etching as a young girl, and at age 16 exhibited her work at the Royal Academy in London. She specialized in scenes of children at play, which she depicted in beautifully loose, spontaneous drypoint lines. Later in life she illustrated several children's books, including 'The Fantastic Five'.

Drawing

The Bibliophile

Pastel on blue-green toned paper, sight size 14 7/8 x 12 1/8 inches, c. 1840, unsigned, in the original gilt frame.