Elyse Ashe Lord
1900-1971, British

Three Musicians
1900-1971, British

This hand colored etching by Elyse Ashe Lord measures 15 3/4 x 16 1/2 inches and is pencil signed and numbered. Elyse Lord was a British artist, although her work shows a strong Asian influence, she never actually traveled the continent. Her inspiration instead came from Chinese literature, artwork and her own imagination. Her unique style uses fine drypoint lines and delicate, yet vibrant colors to create images that that have a serene, almost dreamlike quality.


Young Girl With Cymbals
1900-1971, British

Color etching, sight size 12 x 9 3/4 inches, 67/75, pencil signed l.r. "E. Ashe Lord", framed.


The Rose Garden of Saidi
1900-1971, British

Color etching, image size 10 5/8 x 6 5/8 inches, pencil signed and numbered 63/100


The New Moon
1900-1971, British

Color etching, image size 12 1/4 x 8 5/8 inches, pencil signed and numbered 20/63


Man Under a Tree
1900-1971, British

Color etching, image size 9 7/8 x 8 inches, pencil signed and numbered 17/100


Two Sisters
1900-1971, British

Color etching, image size 12 1/4 x 16 1/8 inches, pencil signed and numbered 7/75


Petition
1900-1971, British

Color etching, image size 18 3/8 x 14 inches, pencil signed and numbered 15/75


Music in a Garden
1900-1971, British

Colored etching, image size 9 1/2 x 17 5/8 inches, pencil signed and numbered 71/75


Prayer
1900-1971, British

Colored etching, image size: 9 x 14 inches, artist's proof, ed. 99/100, pencil signed lower right, framed.

Painting

Abstract
b.1910, American

Oil on board, visible size 14 1/4 x 22 1/2 inches, signed lower right, framed

Print

Wood Interior
1879-1961, American

Drypoint etching, edition 4/80, image size 10 7/8 x 14 inches, pencil signed.

Drawing

Into the Woods
1872- c.1950, American

This mixed media drawing by Dexter Dawes measures 11 3/8 x 10 inches on medium weight paper. Dawes summered in southern NH with its' majestic views of Mt. Monadnock, where many of his inspirations for his drawings, paintings and lithographs came from.