William Strang
1859-1921, Scottish

Evening
1859-1921, Scottish

This 1891 mezzotint by William Strang measures 11 3/4 x 12 inches. It is pencil signed, titled and numbered. Printed by David Strang, the artists' son, with his pencil signature, l.l.


William Strang: Self Portrait
1859-1921, Scottish

Lithograph, image size 7 x 6 inches, 1898, drawn on paper, printed by Way.


The Fisherman's Home
1859-1921, Scottish

Measuring 11 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches, "The Fisherman's Home" is very similar to Strang's painting of the same name from 1905 which is owned by the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. This richly inked print from the Baldwin-Wallace College collection is also signed in pencil by the artist along the lower right edge of the image.


Mother feeding a child
1859-1921, Scottish

Etching, 1884,image size 8 7/8X6 7/8",platesigned


The Cradle
1859-1921, Scottish

Etching,"touched Proof", d.s.,image size: 7 7/8X6 13/16",pencil signed,


The Cotter's Family
1859-1921, Scottish

Etching, 1885, plate signed, 6 3/4x8 3/4


The Tinkers
1859-1921, Scottish

1882, etching, 6 1/2x8 3/4, plate signed


Lifting Potatoes
1859-1921, Scottish

1882, etching, 6 1/4x9

Painting

A Sandy Beach
1872- c.1950, American

A vibrant watercolor on paper, 10 x 14 inches, c. 1940s, initialed lower right.

Print

The Triumph of David
1640-1703, European

This early triptych by Gerard Audran of "The Triumph of David" is taken from the ceiling of the Sacchetti Palace in Rome. The image sizes are 21 1/4 x 13 3/4 inches with a sheet size of 21 3/4 x 16 1/4 inches, 23 3/4 x 12 3/8 inches with a sheet size of 24 3/4 x 16 1/4 inches and 21 3/8 x 13 5/8 inches with a sheet size of 22 x 16 1/4 inches, all on early laid paper. Created in 1668, after Charles LeBrun. The middle plate contains a paragraph in Latin by Girardus Andranus Gallus.

Drawing

Pastoral Scene

Ink and wash, image size 9 3/4 x 13 7/8 inches, inscribed on reverse "J. Bosch 1773 in de manier van N. Berchem met stoffazie na A.v.d.Velde" (In the manner of Nicolae Berchem [Dutch, 1620-1683] and Adriaen van de Velde [Dutch, 1636-1672]), framed.