20th Century American
Etching by George Elbert Burr measures 11 1/4 x 9 3/4 inches, pencil signed, 1922.
Etching by George Elbert Burr measures 11 7/8 x 10 inches, pencil signed and titled, "Nine proofs-plate destroyed" inscribed in the artists' hand, l.r.
From his French Church Series #47, this 1947 award winning etching by John Taylor Arms measures 13 3/8 x 6 7/8 inches, pencil signed and dated, edition of 198, state II, cat: Fletcher-47. This image won five major awards between 1947 and 1951 including 1st Prize at the Annual Exhibition of the Chicago Society of Etchers in 1949. John Taylor Arms was one of the foremost American printmakers of the 20th century, known for his exquisite compositions and exacting details which gave his etchings a very realistic, almost photographic appearance.
From his French Church Series #40, this 1939 etching by John Taylor Arms measures 14 1/2 x 12 inches, pencil signed l.r., inscribed on l.l., 1939, edition of 312, cat: Fletcher-317. Arms won the Artist Member Prize, Annual Exhibition, Baltimore Water Color Club, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, in 1939. It took the artist around 1,000 hours to etch the extraordinary detail. One of Arms most coveted images.
This original drypoint by the American artist Alfred Hutty measures 2 1/2 x 3 3/4 inches, pencil signed, edition of 200, 1944, published exclusively for members of the Miniature Print Society, in its original folder. Hutty was a well-known Charleston artist studying under DuBose Heyward and John Bennett. Known for his local scenes of the Charleston landscape he became a founding member of the Charleston Etchers Club. His work has been exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Art Institute of Chicago; Detroit Institute of Arts and the Chicago Society of Etchers.
20th Century, American
20th century woodblock print by Sam Miller measures 6 x 5 inches, pencil signed, titled and numbered 19/32.
This original etching by Bernard Gutmann measures 10 x 7 7/8 inches, pencil signed.
Original 1948 etching by the American artist, Isabel Bishop, measuring 5 x 3 1/2 inches, printed by the artist in the original edition of 22, not the restrike done in 1978, cat: Teller-43. Bishop was one of the foremost women artists of the twentieth century, best known for her images of life around Union Square in New York City where her studio was located. Her sense of observation along with her great technical skill enabled her to portrayed mood and movement in her simple images of ordinary people.
A rare original etching by the American artist, Isabel Bishop, measuring 4 x 3 inches, pencil signed, 1927, proofs only, printed by the artist, cat: Teller-4. Bishop was one of the original Fourteenth Street School of Artists and was known for her depictions of urban life in NYC.
This etching of Spoleto, Italy by Ernest Roth, measures 8 7/8 x 14 inches, plate dated 1951, pencil signed, AAA print, framed.