Harry Shokler
1896-1978, American

Weston, Vt.
1896-1978, American

This Weston, Vt. scene by Harry Scokler measures 10 3/4 x 15 inches. Signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil on the lower margin. Artist provenance on label on backing. Harry Shokler was born in Ohio and studied at the Cincinnatti Art Academy and the New York School of Fine and Applied Arts. Known as a Regionalist painter and printmaker, Shokler was one of the pioneers of the serigraph or silkscreen process of printmaking and in 1946 wrote one of the foremost books on the process, the "Artist's Manual for Silkscreen Printmaking".


Chapel of the Snows
1896-1978, American

A beautiful sunlit scene from Harry Shokler measures 11 3/4 x 16 inches. This silkscreen with colors created in 1969, it is signed and dated on the l.l. Harry Shokler was born in Ohio and studied at the Cincinnatti Art Academy and the New York School of Fine and Applied Arts. Known as a Regionalist painter and printmaker, Shokler was one of the pioneers of the serigraph or silkscreen process of printmaking and in 1946 wrote one of the foremost books on the process, the "Artist's Manual for Silkscreen Printmaking".


Peterborough
1896-1978, American

Silkscreen, image size 12 3/8 x 17 3/8 inches, c. 1950, hand signed in ink within the image, label on back with artist provenance.


Sailboats
1896-1978, American

Color silkscreen print, image size 7 x 9 inches, signed in pen upper left.


Harvest
1896-1978, American

Silkscreen, c. 1950, image size 7 x 9 inches, pencil signed


Fishing, Quai, Brittany
1896-1978, American

Wood engraving, 6 X 8 1/4", pencil signed and titled

Painting

Portrait of a Gentleman
1825-1900, French

Watercolor on paper, 7 1/4 x 5 7/8 inches, c. 1875, signed "C. Monginot", l.r.

Print

La Seo, Lerida, Spain
1879-1970, British

Drypoint etching, image size 12 7/8 x 10 inches, 1937, ed. of 50, pencil signed

Drawing

Shaded View
1872- c.1950, American

This pencil drawing by Dexter Dawes measures 8 3/8 x 11 inches, done on a gray, medium weight drawing paper. Dawes summered in Marlboro, NH, with its majestic views of Mt. Monadnock, where many of his inspirations for his drawings, paintings and lithographs came from.