The Fallen Star
This engraving by Stanley Anderson measures 7 x 8 1/2 inches. Pencil signed in an edition of 85. Anderson was an early 20th C. etcher and engraver, first studying under his father, Alfred Elmer Anderson and then at the Royal College of Art in London under Frank Short, traditionally engraving scenes of the English countryside and/or architectural views.
A linoleum engraving by Leonard Baskin of King David. It measures 2 1/2 x 3 inches and is printed on a 17 x 17 1/2 inch sheet of medium weight paper. Published in 1952, it is listed in the Fern and O'Sullivan catalogue as #175.
Castle Street Dog
This wood engraving by Leonard Baskin measures 2 1/2 x 2 inches. Published in 1952 by "The Gehenna Press", this image was included in a series entitled "Castle Street Dogs". Printed on Troya paper on a large sheet measuring 17 x 17 inches. It is #155 in the Fern and O'Sullivan catalogue.
This linoleum engraving by Leonard Baskin measures 4 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches, is printed on Troya paper and the sheet size is 17 x 17 1/2 inches. Published in 1951 by "The Gehenna Press" in Worcester, MA., this image appeared in "A Little Book of Natural History". It is listed in the Fern and O'Sullivan catalogue as #119.
Castle Street Dogs
This wood engraving by Leonard Baskin measures 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches, printed on a sheet size of 17 1/2 x 17 inches. Created in 1952, this unsigned proof is listed as #152 in the Fern and O'Sullivan catalogue. Printed on Troya paper in an edition of 25.
Boy With Cock
This linoleum engraving by Leonard Baskin measures 4 x 2 1/2 inches and is printed on a sheet size of 17 1/2 x 17 inches. An unsigned proof done in 1951 for "A Little Book of Natural History", published by The Gehenna Press in Worcester, MA., and is listed as #101 in the Fern and O'Sullivan catalogue. After serving in the Navy during WWII, Baskin began his career as a printmaker in the late 1940s, beginning with simple linocuts, but quickly progressing to dramatic wood engravings, then later etchings and lithographs.
This engraving of a busy street in Jeypore, India measures 8 3/8 x 10 7/8 inches. It is pencil signed by the artist on the lower margin.
The Voyage of Life - Old Age
This engraving by James Smillie measures 15 x 22 3/4 inches. Created after four paintings by Hudson River School founder Thomas Cole, this early lettered proof impression, published in Boston by L.A. Elliot, reads, "From the original Painting by Thomas Cole, in the possession of Rev.d Gorham D. Abbott, Spingler Institute, New York", under the title on the lower margin. Also included on the lower margin is a poem by J.H. Daniels. In 1842 Thomas Cole did a series of paintings that represented an allegory for the four stages of life; childhood, youth, manhood, and old age.
Yachting - Scene Off Cowes, Isle of Wight
Engraving, hand-colored aquatint, image size 12 1/2 x 17 3/4 inches, after T.S. Robbins, inscribed in the plate T.S. Robbins, Del. l.l. and "J. Harris Sculpt." l.r., titled in the plate l.c., Plate 1, from Fores's Marine Sketches, published 1851 by Fores, 41 Piccadilly, London. The brig Xarifa races the Mirage, H. M. S. Yacht Victoria & Albert & Fairy, Musquito, Bianca, and Pearl, in the English Channel.
Engraving, image size 7 1/2 x 6 inches, 1942, published by the Chicago Society of Etchers, blindstamp lower left, pencil signed, titled in the lower margin.