This lithograph was created and printed in 1923. It is both plate and pencil signed by Bellows and pencil signed by the printer, Bolton Brown. The print itself measures 18 3/4 x 20 1/2 inches, and is framed in a 28 1/4 x 28 1/4 inch silver frame. Catalog reference: Mason 153, edition 84. Part of The Wind Bloweth Series.
Pencil signed, titled, and dated 1947. Inscription in lower left reads "published by A.A.A". Plate measures 8 3/4 x 13 1/4 on 12 1/2 by 17 1/2 inch medium weight wove type paper.
Original stone and pencil signed lithograph. Print measures 9 3/4 x 12 3/4 inches on 12 x 16 paper. The print depicts Diogenes the Cynic, a Greek philosopher.
Lithograph from 1943, print 8 of an edition of 50. Image size is 12 1/8 by 9 6/8 inches. The print depicts an operation on her husband, American author Theodore Dreiser.
"Strange Bird", lithograph, 1947, edition of 300, pencil signed and titled: Printed on an orange toned wove type paper. Image size is 9 7/8X13 inches. Reference: Cole 93
Lithograph created and printed in 1931. Image is 12 3/8 x 14 1/8 inches.
Signed and editioned in pencil 4/25. Ten prints of this work were specially produced for the Federal (WPA) Arts Project of the 1930s.
A very rare lithograph by the British artist Edmund Blampied measuring 17 1/2 x 14 inches, pencil signed and numbered 3/3. Edmund Blampied was a very successful artist and illustrator in early 20th century Britain. He illustrated many books and magazines, but is best known for his remarkable skills as a printmaker. He was an important figure in the 'British Etching Revival' of the early 20th century, and was elected to the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers in 1920.
C. 1948. Pencil signed in the lower left, titled in the lower right. Edition of 50. Plate measures 8 3/4 x 13 3/4 inches on 12 x 16 inch medium weight cream wove type paper. This lithograph shows a mastery of extended tonal range depicting highlights and shadows.
A wonderful impression by the American artist Thornton Oakley measuring 20 x 14 1/2 inches, pencil signed by the printer, Bolton Brown, l.l., plate signed and pencil titled by the artist l.r., c. 1918. Graduating with a degree in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania in 1902, Oakley then changed mediums and began studying illustration under Howard Pyle at the Brandywine School and became one of Pennsylvania's most accomplished illustrators, best known for his drawings of American industrial scenes.
Lovely and endearing is this Diana Thorne lithograph of three terriers waiting patiently for their reward. It measures 10 3/4 x 16 inches, pencil signed and plate titled, framed. Thorne was born in Russia but move to Canada at an early age, living on various farms where her love of all animals began. Thorne was known for her ability to show motion in her dog images by her use of solid lines and light and dark tones.