This original etching and aquatint, created in 1894 by T. F. Simon, measures 5 5/8 x 6 3/4 inches and is pencil signed. Collectors stamp on l.r., not in the Saunier catalogue. Auguste-Louis Lepere was one of the leading French printmakers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He began studying printmaking at the age of 13 with Joseph Burn Smeeton in Paris and quickly made a name for himself with his innovative style and technically brilliant etchings and wood engravings.
This 1914, original color and soft-ground etching, by T.F. Simon, measures 12 7/8 x 14 5/8 inches, pencil signed, edition of probably 250, cat: Novak 225. Auguste-Louis Lepere was one of the leading French printmakers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He began studying printmaking at the age of 13 with Joseph Burn Smeeton in Paris and quickly made a name for himself with his innovative style and technically brilliant etchings and wood engravings. Schwartz Galleries label with artist provenance included.
This lovely image of a pigs' sty by the master printmaker, John Taylor Arms, measures 4 5/8 x 11 7/8 inches, pencil signed, dated and numbered 3/75, also titled "The Sty" and "La Parcherie". Printed by Frederick Reynolds, cat: Fletcher #83. Created in 1920, this very detailed and expertly toned etching is beautifully matted and framed.
This is an atmospheric original etching by British Marine artist and Lieutenant-Commander of the Royal Navy, Rowland Langmaid. Etching with drypoint, image size 5 5/8 x 8 inches, c. 1930, pencil signed and titled. A beautiful image of the silhouette of Big Ben rising above the busy Thames River.
A great image of the distinctive rocks off the coast of the Isle of Wight by Lt.-Com. Rowland Langmaid. Etching with drypoint, image size 3 3/8 x 10 1/4 inches, c. 1930, pencil signed. A beautiful impression with excellent plate tone and tonal range.
This is a very fine original etching with drypoint by Marine artist Lt.-Com. Rowland Langmaid. The image size is 3 1/2 x 13 inches, c. 1930, edition of 150, pencil signed and titled, with the original label.
This 1880 etching by Mary Nimmo Moran measures 7 3/4 x 11 7/8 inches and is pencil signed and plate dated. Mary Nimmo Moran was one of the leading women etchers of the late 19th century, and along with her husband, Thomas Moran was at the forefront of the etching revival. Known for her originality and boldness of her etchings, Mary Nimmo Moran was a member of the Society of Painter- Etchers and the only female member of the Fellows of London's Royal Society of Painter-Etchers.
This 1920 etching by the American artist Joseph Pennell measures 9 3/4 x 7 7/8 inches, pencil signed, edition of probably 50 proofs, cat: Wuerth 740. Pennell was an important American etcher, lithographer and illustrator. Good friends with James McNeill Whistler, he and his wife co-authored his biography. Pennell was known for his continued experimentation with technique and style, producing cityscapes, landscapes and marine scenes. He also printed many of his own images.
A great New York etching by Joseph Pennell, measuring 9 7/8 x 6 7/8 inches, published in 1921, cat: Wuerth-785, pencil signed "JoPennell imp", the "imp" indicating that Pennell printed this impression himself. This is a early trial proof of the published state.
This 1936 etching with drypoint by the American artist, Aiden Lassell Ripley, measures 7 x 5 3/8 inches, pencil signed, dated and titled. Aiden Lassell Ripley was a very successful sporting artist in 20th century America. He studied at the Boston Museum School under Phillip Hale and Frank Benson, then spent several years traveling throughout Europe. He became quite well known for his landscapes and sporting scenes, and also worked throughout his life in wildlife and endangered species preservation.