On Lake Como

This is an original color aquatint etching by American artist John Taylor Arms (1887-1953). The title of this work is "On Lake Como"...It was created and printed in 1919 in a small edition of only 63 signed proofs. The image measures 4 7/8X9 3/4 inches printed on a medium weight laid type paper, good condition a few minor handling creases in the border. This image appears in the Fletcher catalog as image number 22. One of the first of his experimental color etchings, the etching is hand signed and dated in pencil by the artist.

Landscape with a Cow drinking

This is an original etching by Rembrandt titled:" Landscape with a cow Drinking". This etching was created circa 1650, printed on an early laid type paper, no visible watermarks. The image measures 4 1/8X5 3/16. 1/8 inch borders all around. The catalog description reads, Bjorklund's second state of 3, before the additional work on the building at the right, Usticke's second state of 6. An even impression with strong contrasts including the lightly etched distant landscape formation. Barsch 237.

Les Glaneuses, The Gleaners

This is an original etching by Jean Francois Millet titled: "Les Glaneuses, The Gleaners. It was created in 1855 and printed on a laid type Japan paper. The image measures 7 1/2X10 inches, printed in a brown toned ink. This is the second state of two. The sheet size measures 9 3/4X13 inches. This etching is in very fine condition, never dipped or cleaned. There are two old spots of tape residue on the upper corners of the sheet but more than an inch away from the image.

New York, Hudson

This is an original color aquatint etching by Austrian artist Ludwig I Reimer (born 1889-) The title of this work is "New York, Hudson", a view of the city over the river.
This etching was created and printed circa 1930. The image measures 11 3/4X14 3/4 inches. Pencil signed and titled lower margin.

Miner at Rest

This is an original hand signed etching by American artist Irwin D. Hoffman. This etching is titled: "Miner at Rest", it was created and printed in 1937 in an edition of 100 and was sold by Associated American Artists in New York. The image measures 11X8 inches. It comes with the original AAA gallery label. Printed on a medium weight wove type paper, very nice condition, a rich impression.

L'Enfant Prodigue

This is an original etching by French artist Jacques James Tissot. It is titled:" L'Enfant Prodigue", from the series The Prodigal son in modern life. "The fatted calf" This etching was from the first state of 2 in an edition of 100. This edition was done before the type set text under the image and this one is quite rare that it is also hand signed by the artist in the lower right corner as well as plate signed and stamped with the red seal in the lower left. The image measures 10 3/4X14 1/2 inches, the platemark measures 12 1/4X14 1/2 inches.

The Guide

A very fine original drypoint etching by American Sporting Artist Frank Benson. The title of this work is "The Guide", it was created and printed in 1920 in an edition of 150.

Barn interior

An original etching and aquatint by British artist Leonard Russell Squirrell. (1893-1979) The image measures 10 3/4X10 3/4 inches, printed on a wove type medium weight paper. Squirrell studied at Ipswich School of Art and exhibited at the Royal Academy. His work was illustrated in , Fine Prints between 1925-1938. A rich impression, pencil signed and titled in the artists hand. Possible titled is: "Halstens Domain", printed circa 1930.

Hear Oh Israel

This is an original hand signed etching by American artist Isac Friedlander. The title of this work is "Hear Oh' Israel", it was created and printed in 1944. One of the artists War aftermath motifs . This etching is inscribed as Trial Proof #2, from the later published edition of 50. The image measures 14X9 1/2 inches.Isac Friedlander (1890-1968) was born in Mitau, Latvia. He was arrested in 1906 and imprisoned by Russian authorities for anti- Czarist Political activities from 1906 to 1912. He studied art at the Academy of Rome, Italy from 1913 until 1917.