20th Century American

Dying in the English Kills

This is an original hand signed and titled lithograph by American artist John A Noble. The title of this image is: "Dying in the English Kills", from his series "Mast and Man", this is image number 2. This lithograph was created and printed in 1967. The image measures 11 7/8X15 3/4 inches. "From 1928 until 1945, Noble worked as a seaman on schooners and in marine salvage. In 1928, while on a schooner that was towing out down the Kill van Kull, the waterway that separates Staten Island from New Jersey, he saw the old Port Johnston coal docks for the first time.

Oncoming Night

This is an original hand signed and titled lithograph by American artist John A Noble. The title of this image is: "Oncoming Night", from his series "Mast and Man", this is image number 1.

Bufflehead

This is an original hand signed lithograph by American artist Stow Wengenroth. The title of this piece is "Bufflehead", it was created and printed in 1967 in an edition of only 50 signed proofs.
The image measures 9 3/4X15 7/8 inches. This lithograph appears in the Stuckey catalog as image number 312. Very good condition, matted not framed.

The Landing

Original pencil signed drypoint etching by American artist Frank Benson 1862-1951. The title of this work is "The Landing", created and printed in 1915 in an edition of only 50. The image measures 7 1/4X11 1/4 inches. Printed on Shogun watermarked paper. The etching appears in the Ordeman catalog as image number 70. The setting of this image was Fox Island on Penobscot Bay. Excellent condition matted not framed. Editioned as 46/50.

Christmas Trees

This is an original etching by Connecticut artist Kerr Eby. This image is titled: "Christmas Trees", it was created and printed in 1940 and has the "imp" after the artists pencil signature which means that he personally printed this proof in his studio. The image measures 9 1/4X12 3/4 inches in an edition of 100. Eby was known to experiment with various printing effects, in this image he left a skim coat of ink in the sky to show the atmosphere and depth of the space. A beautiful work, a true depiction of life in New England.

The Doryman

This is an original hand signed etching by American master Kerr Eby. It is titled: "The Doryman", a fine view of the fisherman coming home at the end of the day. The image measures 9 13/16X14 15/16 inches. This image was created by combining etching with sandpaper ground to achieve this expressive effect. It was created in an edition of 100 signed proofs in 1940 and appears in the Eby catalog as image G-200.

Tower Door

The title of this lithograph is: "Tower Door", Port Clyde, Maine, November 1954. This image measures 11 7/8X8 3/4 inches. It was done in a small edition of only 50 signed proofs. It appears in the Stuckey catalog as image number 220. The setting for this image is the entrance to the tower at Marshall's Point Light Station. This lithograph is hand signed by the artist in the lower right corner and edition lower left. It is in extremely fine condition....

Arboles

This is an original two color, chiarscuro wood engraving by Mexican artist Amador Lugo. It was created and printed circa 1950. The title of this work is: "Arboles", trees. The image measures
4 1/2X6 1/4 inches. It is hand signed in pencil, titled and editioned as 7/10. Printed on a thin japan type laid paper.

Market in Haiti

This is an original lithograph created by American artist Adolf Dehn. It is titled: "Market in Haiti", it was created and printed in 1952 for Associated American Artist in New York in an edition of 250... The image measures 9 5/8X13 1/2 inches. It is hand signed in pencil lower right, very nice condition. This image appears in the Lumsdaine/O'Sullivan catalog as number 487.

Passing Cannon Green,Princeton

This is an original wood engraving by American artist Thomas W Nason. The title of this work is: "Passing Cannon Green", it was created and printed in 1941 in an edition of 200 for the Princeton Print Club.
The image measures 6 1/2X8 5/8 inches. Excellent condition, hand signed in pencil by the artist lower right. A striking use of highlight and shadow to depict the charm and character of the old buildings of Princeton. This image appears in the BPL catalog as image number 315.

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