Portrait of a Noblewoman

This is an original mezzotint by European artist Wallerand Vaillant (1623-1677) This is a portrait of a woman of wealth, it was created and printed circa 1670. The image measures 12 1/2X10 1/2 inches. It is plate signed in the lower right border. Vaillant was one of the first old master printmakers to use the technique of mezzotint. Printed on an early laid type paper.

Grain Threshers, Old Mexico

This is a very fine original mezzotint by American artist Reynold Weidenaar. The title of this work is "Grain Threshers, Old Mexico" It was created and printed in 1948 as the presentation print for the Print Club of Albany. The image measures 10X15 inches, it is pencil signed and titled by the artist. Absolutely Perfect condition, along with the information sheet from the PCA....This scene was observed by Weidenaar in 1944 when he was traveling in Mexico. "It was a threshing scene and several draft horses were being employed to trample the shocks of wheat..

Morning Paper

Mezzotint from 1942. Pencil signed in the lower left. Print measures 9 x 6 inches on 12 1/4 x 9 1/8 inch wove type paper. Presentation print of the Chicago Society of Etchers, with the blindstamp in the bottom left margin. Edition of 350. A superb impression of an intimate portrait with excellent shading.

T Comme Turner

Color mezzotint on paper depicting the artist's tools. Pencil numbered in the lower left 29/85. Pencil titled and signed. Plate size measures 11 1/4 x 15 3/4″in a 20 x 24 inch black and gold frame. C. 1981, pencil dated in the lower right.

Sergeant Major Patrick Gould

Mezzotint by John Young(Engraver in Mezzotint to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales) after the painting by George Watson, image size 19 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches, sheet size 22 1/2 x 14 1/4 inches, 1810. The full title reads, "Sergeant Major Patrick Gould, Royal Reg. Edin. Volunteers (Blue) 1794. Published by P. Carol Printseller, South Hanover Street, Edinburgh.

Shields on the River Tyne

This mezzotint by Charles Turner, after a drawing by J.M.W. Turner, measures 6 x 8 1/2 inches. This is from J.M.W. Turners' "Rivers of England" series, Plate J, and published in London, 1823, by W.B. Cooke. Engraver, title, publisher and date are located on lower margin.