Achille Isidore Gilbert
1828-1899, French

The Arts of War
1828-1899, French

Etching, image size 11 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches, after a fresco by Sir Frederick Leighton, 1881, "Published London April 1, 1881 by The British and Foreign Artist Association" u.r., and "Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1881 by Knoedler and Co. in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington" u.l., printed l.l. "Painted by Sir Frederick Leighton, P.R.A." and "Etched by A. Gilbert" l.r., publishers blindstamp l.r. and "The Arts of War" l.r.


Interior Of Barn
1828-1899, French

1893, image size 8 3/4x11 3/4 inches, plate signed


Portrait Of Adolph Menzel
1828-1899, French

1883, after Menzel, 9x13 1/4, plate signed

Painting

Barbizon Landscape with a Country Road
1841-1916, American

Oil on canvas, 18 x 23 1/2 inches, in a very fine period gilt and gesso frame. There is a partial obscure signature and date in the painting lower right, the early label on the back is from the gallery of Charles G. Calder who was a well known Providence, R.I. painting dealer, also on the back is a partial label from Whitaker studios. This is a fine Barbizon style landscape painting by American artist George William Whitaker. Whitaker was a teacher and important painter in Providence R.I. and was known as an American tonalist, influenced by George Inness and Alexander Wyant.

Print

Sutter's Mill
1940-, American

This wood engraving by Barry Moser is one of 25 prints from his "Gold Rush" series. Published in 1985 in an edition of 350, it measures 7 x 4 inches and is pencil signed by the artist on the lower margin. The "Gold Rush" series were images portraying gold mining activities from America, Africa and Australia. Moser, from Tennessee, became a graphic artist and printmaker, studying under Leonard Baskin and Jack Coughlin.

Drawing

Meadow View
1872- c.1950, American

A very nice pencil drawing of a distant meadow viewed through a shaded grove of trees by Dexter Dawes. It measures 11 x 7 5/8 inches, on a bi-fold sheet of medium weight paper. Dawes spent many summers in the Marlboro, NH area drawing and painting the incredible natural beauty that surrounded him.