James David Smillie
1833-1909, American

My Colored Neighbor's Hen Yard   (Large Image)
1833-1909, American

Etching, image size 8 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches, 1884, plate signed l.l. "Smillie Sep '83.Op.30." and inscribed in the plate l.r. "My Colored Neighbor's Hen Yard, etched from Nature, Montrose, Penna.", pencil signed l.r. "James D. Smillie, April 1884".


The Old Homestead
1833-1909, American

Watercolor on paper, image size 4 7/8 x 8 1/8 inches, pencil signed lower right, framed. (M)


My Colored Neighbor's Hen Yard   (Small Image)
1833-1909, American

Etching, image size 3 1/8 x 5 inches, pencil signed, framed


A Fallow Field, Montrose, Pa.
1833-1909, American

Etching, image size 5 3/4 x 11 9/16 inches, dated and signed in plate "A fallow field Etched from nature - Montrose Penna, Oct. 9th '83."


Two Children Playing
1833-1909, American

etching, 8 3/4x7, plate signed


Landscape with Sheep
1833-1909, American

Etching after Charles Jacques, 7 3/4 x 6 1/4 inches, plate signed


The Sundial
1833-1909, American

etching, 1883, 4 1/4x6 1/2, plate signed


The Apology
1833-1909, American

1882, etching, 7 1/4x5 1/4, plate signed


At Marblehead Neck
1833-1909, American

etching, 5x11 3/4, plate signed

Painting

Guibal Stilllife
1947 - , French

Watercolor study for festival poster held yearly at the Hotel Meynier d'Oppede, 1970, sheet size measuring 19 5/8 x 16 inches. Guibal was known for his abstract images of women, birds, the wind and the sea often with strong contrasting colors.

Print

Plowing the Field
b. 1911, American

Chiaroscuro woodblock, image size 7 x 5 inches, 1937, plate signed, pencil signed and dated. As is typical with this artist, he hand signed and dated his images on the paper window mat rather than the sheet itself.

Drawing

Dover Market
1915-2010, Lithuanian-American

This pencil drawing by Jack Levine measures 5 1/2 x 5 inches. It is pencil signed on the lower right. Levine was best known for his satires on modern life and political corruption. Born in South Boston into a large family, his drawing abilities were apparent at an young age. At 14 he entered a painting program at Harvard and a few years later was employed in the Works Progress Administration. His lower class childhood was often a subject of his paintings and he became known for "telling it like it is".