Pierre Imbert Drevet
1697-1739, French

Le Couvreur, Adrienne, as Cornelia
1697-1739, French

Engraving after Charles Coypel, 2nd state with the correction "modele," image and plate size 16 1/8 x 11 7/16 in, Gray Coll. #1028, Fogg Museum provenance


The Resurrection
1697-1739, French

Engraving after J. Andray, image size 21 1/4 x 16 1/4 in, sheet 22 7/8 x 16 7/16 in, engraved at the age of 19, Randall 3927, Fogg Museum provenance

Painting

Narragansett Bay
1835-1910, American

A lovely 1884 marine scene, by the American Luminist landscape painter, Edmund Darch Lewis. Sight size is 14 1/4 x 27 1/4 inches and is signed and dated on the lower right, watercolor with gouache, framed. A recognizable talent at an early age, Lewis studied under the German born, Hudson River School artist, Paul Weber. The Philadelphia Public Ledger described Lewis as "a tremendous talent, great freedom from tradition." His art was in high demand from the beginning and he developed a national following.

Print

Woodcutters
1907-2006, American

This 1935 linocut by the American artist Walter Dubois Richards measures 5 x 7 inches and is pencil signed. Richards was an illustrator, painter and printmaker, studying with Stow Wengenroth in Maine and was known for his industrious rural scenes and his use of strong, dramatic lights and darks.

Drawing

Old Man with Turban
1696-1770, Italian

This red chalk drawing attributed to the Italian artist Giovanni Battista Tiepolo measures 8 1/2 x 6 inches, unsigned, label with artist provenance included. Tiepolo was an Italian painter, printmaker and craftsman. Working in his native Italy as well as Spain and Germany, he became known for his religious frescoes and has been described as "the greatest decorative painter of eighteenth-century Europe."