John Sloan
1871-1951, American

Nude At Bedside
$750.00
1871-1951, American

Etching, image size 5 1/4 x 6 3/4 inches, 1933, Morse 264, plate signed l.r., pencil signed l.r. "John Sloan" and pencil titled with an alternate title in the artists' hand l.c. John Sloan was an important early 20th century artist, a member of "The Eight" and a founding member of the Ashcan School of realist painters. He is known for his urban genre scenes that capture the life and energy of his subjects and their surroundings.


Nude Reading
$750.00
1871-1951, American

Etching, image size 4 7/8 x 6 3/4 inches, 1928, Morse 234, 100 proofs, plate signed l.r. "John Sloan-28", pencil signed and titled l.r. and l.c. John Sloan was an important early 20th century artist, a member of "The Eight" and a founding member of the Ashcan School of realist painters. In this image, a nude poses in the artist's studio, with his printing press in the background.


DeKock's Study
$150.00
1871-1951, American

Etching M91, De Kock series, 1903, image size 4 x 6 inches, initialed in plate lr


The Burglers
$150.00
1871-1951, American

Etching, M 87, DeKock series, 1904, 3rd state, image size 4 x 6 inches, plate signed lr


The Boar Hunt
$150.00
1871-1951, American

Etching,M91,De Kock series, 1904, image size 4 x 6 inches, 4th state, plate signed lr

Painting

Cutty Sark
1879-1967, American

This highly detailed painting of the clipper ship "Cutty Sark" is by noted American marine artist Frank Vining Smith (1879-1967). An oil on canvas created around 1930, it measures 30 x 40 inches and is signed by the artist in the lower right corner. This ship was one of the last tea clippers to be built and one of the fastest, holding the record time from Australia to Britain for a period of ten years. The name refers to the witch "Nannie Dee" in Robert Burns 1791 poem "Tam o'Shanter" and she is represented as the ships figurehead in a white "cutty sark" or short nightgown.

Print

En Promenade
1874-1947, French

Etching in sepia toned ink, image size 10 7/8 x 7 3/4 inches, 1904, cat: Tabanelli-135, plate signed, as published in "Revue de l'Art," 1905.

Drawing

Ramshackle House
1844-1920, American

Charcoal drawing, image size 12 1/2 x 20 1/2 inches