Charles F. Daubigny
1817-1878, French

The Large Sheepfold
1817-1878, French

This etching by Daubigny measures 7 1/4 x 13 1/4 inches, "Daubigny pinx 8c sculp" on l.l., "PARC A MOUTONS, LE MATIN." on l.c. and "Imp. Delatre, Rue des Feuillantines; 4, Paris." on l.r., D. 95, between 2nd and 3rd state of 4, center crease.


Le Gue
1817-1878, French

Etching and drypoint, image size 9 7/8 x 13 3/8 inches, 1865, IV/V, Melot D.118, printed at bottom margin "Daubigny Sculp." l.l., "Sarazin imp. Paris" l.r. and titled "Le Gue" l.c., framed. This was Daubignys' third contribution to the "Societe des Aquafortistes", also exhibited at the Exposition Universelle", the world's fair of 1867.


The Large Sheepfold
1817-1878, French

Etching, image size 7 1/4 x 13 5/8 inches, 1860, cat: Melot- D.95, framed. Provenance: Frederick Keppel & Co.


Valley of the Arques
1817-1878, French

Etching after Daubigny, image size: 3 11/16 x 6 1/2 inches, plate size: 5 x 7 3/4 inches, inscribed "E. Salmon a.q.f." lower left


Pommiers a Auvers
1817-1878, French

Etching, in plate l.l.: "Daubigny, del et sc", image size 5 5/8 x 9 1/4",


Soleil Couchant
1817-1878, French

Etching,D92,as published in Gazette Des Beaux Arts,4 5/8X7 1/4",platesigned

Painting

Summer Shadows

A lovely oil on canvas, c. 1905, measuring 15 x 12 inches, initials on the lower left corner of the painting,"A.T.S". Boston School early 20th century, with Boston canvas label on the back. (M)

Print

Two Horses
$750.00
1921-1989, Kaiko Moti was born in Bombay, India and has lived in London, Paris, and the United States. His work has been shown all over the world and can be found in public and private collections.

Original color aquatint etching, created and printed in 1989. This is hand signed and editioned as Eprevues d'artist, artist proof. EA, lower left. The image measures 17 3/4 X 25 1/4 inches. Printed on wove-type paper.

Drawing

Harlem Revival
1905-1963, American

Pencil and graphite on drawing board, image size 13 1/4 x 15 1/2 inches, c. 1940, pencil signed. Tanzer was active in New York during the depression, and was a member of the WPA.