Prentiss Taylor
1907-1991, American

Women's Club Carnival
1907-1991, American

A whimsical scene by Prentiss Taylor created in 1950. It is pencil signed, dated, numbered and titled on the lower margin. Taylor was an illustrator, lithographer and painter studying at the Corcoran Gallery of Art and then at the Arts Student League in NYC. In the 1930's he fell in love with lithography and concentrated on that medium for the remainder of his life. He depicted realistic and narrative scenes reflecting his personal interest in music, architecture, religion and social justice.

Painting

November in the Texas Hillcountry
$1250.00
1908-2002, American

Oil on canvas board with original Fellow American Artists label on back. Signed in the lower right. The painting measures 16X20 inches in a 23 x 27 inch frame. Ruth Duncan was an artist primarily from San Antonio, Texas. She was in the Fellow American Artists Professional League of New York. This painting was featured in the Grand National Exhibit in 1964.

Print

The Curving Canyon, New York
1895-1975, American

This is a great New York etching, image size 8 5/8 x 5 3/4 inches, 1929, cat: Chamberlain-86, pencil signed and numbered below the image, titled in the lower margin. A rich impression on a grey toned laid type paper with ample margins and deckled edges. Samuel Chamberlain studied architecture at MIT, but interrupted his studies to serve in France during WWI. After the war, Chamberlain worked as an architectural draftsman in Boston before leaving the US to travel throughout France and Europe.

Drawing

European Castle
1844-1920, American

Drawing, image size 10 1/4 x 17 inches