Martin Lewis Under the Street Lamp
Etching, 1928. Edition 100, recorded impressions 83. Signed in pencil. Image size 14 7/8 x 9 3/8" (38 x 24 cm). McCarron #70. Very good condition Martin Lewis is considered one of the great chroniclers of urban life. His ability to capture adverse weather conditions and obscure light sources, coupled with a keen sense of composition and technical skill, made him one of America's greatest printmakers of the twentieth century. His earliest etchings date from 1915; however, these prints…
[Bookplate of Meredith Nicholson]
Artist: Booth, Franklin, 1874-1948 Description: States, 'Meredith Nicholson;' depicts a sailing ship on the ocean. Signed at bottom, 'Franklin Booth.' Format: 1 print, b&w, 11 x 8 cm. Source: Pratt Institute Libraries, Special Collections 738 (sc00057) Pratt Libraries Website For inquiries regarding permissions and use fees, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Franklin Booth “Garden in Phonta Delgada, Portugal” 1914 ('The Car That Went Abroad' by Albert B.Paine)
Franklin Booth (1874-1948) American artist of detailed pen-and-ink illustrations with the appearance of wood engravings. He created this style when he was young, self-teaching from illustrated magazine art, not realizing they were engravings. Pen and ink, The Car That Went Abroad by Albert B. Paine Century Magazine, July and Aug 1914 ___ Franklin Booth bio with images: www.bpib.com/booth.htm The Franklin Booth Project: outsidelogic.com/franklinbooth/ Franklin Book | Comic Book Stories…
The Fairy of the Snow - Antique Print Map Room
Rare illustration by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite from her first deluxe series, Elves and Fairies, produced in Australia by Thomas Lothian. Her illustrations are her enduring legacy of her love of the Australian bush.
The Mariner gazes on the ocean and laments his survival while all his fellow sailors have died by Gustave Dore
The Mariner gazes on the ocean and laments his survival while all his fellow sailors have died, scene from 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner' by S.T. Coleridge, published by Harper & Brothers, New York, 1876 (wood engraving), Dore, Gustave (1832-83) / Private Collection / The Bridgeman Art Library