Isaac Friedlander
1890-1968, Latvian-American

The Messenger
1890-1968, Latvian-American

A remarkable original etching by Latvian-American artist Isaac Friedlander, this image measures 13 7/8 x 10 1/4 inches, published in 1953 in a small edition of 30 impressions, pencil signed, titled, and numbered. Friedlander was born in the town of Mitau, Latvia, and as a young man spent several years in prison. When he was released he traveled to Italy where he studied art and became friends with fellow expatriate Maxim Gorky. In 1929 Friedlander emigrated to the United States, becoming known for his evocative etchings and wood engravings, many with with a strong political message.


Memory
1890-1968, Latvian-American

Wood engraving on Japan paper, image size 7 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches, 1931, from the "Sonnet Series," pencil signed.


Under the Clouds
1890-1968, Latvian-American

Wood engraving on Japan paper, image size 7 3/8 x 5 3/8 inches, 1931, from the "Sonnet Series," pencil signed.


Over the Village
1890-1968, Latvian-American

Etching, image size 11 1/4 x 12 1/4 inches, titled and signed in pencil.

Painting

Meadow in Bloom
1876-1936, American

Oil on artist board, 12 x 16 inches, c. 1930, unsigned. Born in Germany, Saling emigrated to America through Ellis Island in 1893 at the age of 17. He was a successful decorator and artist first in New York City, then in Hartford, Connecticut. In the late 1920s, he moved to Lyme, Connecticut, the setting for many of his landscapes. He was a member of many prestigious artist's groups, including the Salmagundi Club, the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, the Connecticut League of Art Students and the Springfield Art League.

Print

Donkey By A Bridge
1814-1889

Etching, image size 5 1/2X8", plate signed

Drawing

Waterside Study
1848 - 1921, American

Watercolor, image size 6 x 8 1/2 inches. McAuliffe was active in the late 19th century and produced public works especially in Everett, Mass: Roman Catholic Cathedral, St John's; Parlin Library. His specialties were maritime and religious subjects.