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Jeanne Dixon and Emerich P. Korecz Print Collection | Manuscripts

By Robert Lay

Collection Overview

Title: Jeanne Dixon and Emerich P. Korecz Print CollectionAdd to your cart.
Predominant Dates:1800s-1900s
ID: 01/AR0850
Primary Creator: Emerich P. Korecz
Extent: 174.0 Items
Arrangement: Prints have been individually numbered and assembled into folders of ten, each, for convenience. Most prints are also housed in mylar sleeves, though some remain in their original portfolios.
Languages: English, French, German, Italian

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Scope and Contents of the Materials

This is a collection of prints collected by bookseller Emerich P. Korecz and donated to the University of North Texas by Jeane Dixon. A number of printmaking processes are reprsented in this collection, primarly etching, engraving, and lithography.

Most of the prints have been indivdually described in this finding aid by students of AEAH 4844/5844: History of Prints, Spring 2015 under the direction fo Dr. Kelly Donahue-Wallace at the University of North Texas. Descriptive elements identified by the students include the title and date of the print, dimensions of the sheet and the image (in centimeters); the designer, printmaker, and printer and/or publisher of each print (including nationality, dates of activity, and location); the prinkmaking process used; any signature and/or inscription present in the image; and a brief statement about its condition. Not all elements will be present for each print.

AEAH 4844/5844, Spring 2015 students: Jessie Kathleen Barnes, Annavittoria Conner, Kevin Contreras, Lisa Ariana Cruz, Deanna Lanae Dodd, Ari B Edwards, Eileen Rae Fritz, Janice Leigh Garcia, Jessica Haley Gengenbach, Connor Dallas Gillaspia, Fransuel Guerrero, Natalya Christeen Hutchinson, Christopher William Johnson, Andrew K Johnston, Xiao Lu Liu, Ryan L Melott, Alana Lynn Miller, Colton Brady Robertson, Kayla Seedig, Brandon Lynn Sparks, Hannah M Taylor, Melody Miranda Vaughan, David Joshua Villegas, and Kelcey Christine Williams

Administrative Information

Repository: Manuscripts
Related Materials: The Jeane Dixon and Emerich P. Korecz Collection For more information please see http://findingaids.library.unt.edu/index.php?p=collections/findingaid&id=338&.

Box and Folder Listing

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Box 1Add to your cart.
 
Bar Code: 642853
Folder 1: Prints 1-10, circa 1500-1780Add to your cart.
 
Item 1: Satirical Print of Hugh Peters, circa 1600Add to your cart.
Designer: Anonymous British.

Dimensions: Sheet: 16.1 x 13.3 cm

Image: 16 x 12.7 cm

Condition: Previous owner has cropped the margins of the image. Also faint foxing and staining is apparent, mostly on back top right corner. Small crease on bottom back corner. Otherwise good condition.
Medium: Engraving
Signature/Inscription: S.P. (multiple elements in image labeled with text)
Item 2: Portrait of Johan Von Schonenburgh, circa 1500-1600Add to your cart.
 

Signature/Inscription: Portrait of Johan Von Schonenburgh

Ionnes A. Schonenburgh Divina. Provid.

Archiep. Treviranes. S.R. Imp. Flector Per. Call. Ac Regnv.

Arelat. Archic.Prvmiens. Adminst.Perpet

Condition: Slightly torn edges and foxing on back.
Dimensions: 17.4 x 11.5 cm
Medium: Engraving
Watermark: Yes
Item 3: Landscape, circa 1500Add to your cart.

Designer and printmakter: Adam Perelle, 1640--1695, France, active in Paris

Printer/publisher: Pierre Mariette, 1596--1657, France, active in Paris

Dimensions: Sheet: 19.5 x 25.5 cm

Image: 14.6 cm x 20.4 cm

Signature/Inscription: A Paris Chez Pierre Mariette Rue St Jacques al Esperance

Avec. Privil. Du Roy

Invente et grave Par Perlle

Condition: Foxing, yellowing of paper, large crease in middle of image
Medium: Etching and engraving
Item 4: Title Page Iconies Variae, 1675Add to your cart.
Designer, printmaker, and printer/publisher: Jan Galle, 1600--1675, Flemish, Antwerp
Condition: Very distressed, browning, ink coming through paper, foxing
Dimensions: 15.9 x 10.16 cm
Medium: Engraving
Signature/Inscription: Title Page Icnonies Variae  Antuerpiae, Apud Io. Gallaeum, [type face]
Item 5: Maximillion de Bethune, circa 1650Add to your cart.

Designer: P.P. Rubens, France

Printermaker and printer/publisher: Anonymous, English

Dimenions: Sheet: 17.5 x 10.1 cm

Image: 13.8 x 8.6 cm

Condition: This print has weather edges, torn right edge, folded on right side.
Medium: Engraving
Signature/Inscription: Maximillion de Bethune, Duke of Sully. Great Master of the Ordinance; Marshal of France, born at Ronny in 1559, dies at his seat of Villebon in the country of Chartrain Dec. 21, 1641
Item 6: Poor Robin, circa 1600Add to your cart.
Printer/publisher: sold by Ben Harris in Bell Alley in Coleman Street, London, England.
Condition: Good. Some yellowing and brown coloration around edge, and one small surface abrasion near inscription
Dimensions: 12 x 8.3 cm
Medium: Engraving
Signature/Inscription: Sold by Ben Harris in Bell Alley in Coleman Streete
Item 7: Laden Asses, 1654Add to your cart.

Designer: Jan van den Hecke the Elder, 1620-1684, Belgium

Printmaker: Theodorus van Kessell, Dutch, 1620-1660

Dimensions: Sheet: 8.7 x 12.5 cm

Image: 7.4 x 10.7 cm

Condition: Yellowing paper, bottom left printed area fading, small brown spots in top left corner of paper and middle left of image, paper spots glued to back
Medium: Etching
Item 8: Untitled, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Item 9: Adam & Eve, circa 1780Add to your cart.
 

Dimensions: Sheet: 24.5 x 15.7 cm

Image: 23 x 13.5 cm

Condition: Slightly yellowed, small brown stains and discolorations on male's legs and various locations throughout the paper/image, edges worn
Medium: Etching
Signature/Inscription: Frontispiece  Adam & Eve
Item 10: Citia Di Varsavia, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Folder 2: Prints 11-20, 1695-circa 1800Add to your cart.
 
Item 11: Unnamed, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Item 12: John Trumbull Esq., circa 1700Add to your cart.

Designer and printmaker: Elkanah Tisdale Lebananon, CT 1763--Norwich, CT 1835

Printer/publisher: John Buel 1768--1800 New York, NY

Dimensions: Sheet: 13.9 x 10.1 cm

Image: 10.9 x 8.4 cm

Condition: Fair, faded, plate marks have been cut around, some discoloration
Medium: Copperplate engraving
Signature/Inscription: Tisdale del et Sc, John Trumbull Esq.
Item 13: Unnamed, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Item 14: Puer parvulus minabiteos, 1695Add to your cart.

Designer: Sébastien Leclerc (1637-1714), French, Worked in Brussels and Paris

Printer/publisher: François Silvestre (1765---1843), French, worked in Paris

Dimensions: Sheet: 18.1 x 25.9 cm

Image: 15.7 x 25.3 cm

Condition: On thick and coarse rag paper, upper left corner is torn. There are brown marks along the edges where paper has little holes, but repaired later, with small paper glued at the back and lines redrawn. Paper looks pretty flat, at the back it looks like it has been torn away from something it was originally glued on.
Medium: Etching and engraving, state 2
Signature/Inscription: S le Clerc f., F. Silvestre ex. C.P.R.
Item 15: Untitled; Man Begging, circa 1700Add to your cart.
 

Dimensions: Sheet: 26 x 19.2 cm

Image: 25.5 x 18.7 cm

Condition: Yellowed paper, cut inside of the platemark
Medium: Engraving and etching
Signature/Inscription: C. 1700 on reverse
Item 16: Biblical Illustration, circa 1700Add to your cart.
 

Dimensions: Sheet: 25.9 x 19.1 cm

Image: 25.2 x 18.4 cm

Condition: Possible fingerprint mark, foxing and yellowing of paper. Trimmed, taken from book, Linin rag laid paper
Medium: Etching, engraving
Signature/Inscription: An: Sect: 17
Item 17: Burial Shrine of Odeschalco, circa 1800Add to your cart.

Designer: Leopoldo Buzi, Italian

Printmaker: Giovannia Acquaroni, 1780---1847, Italian

Signature/Inscription: D.O.M. BALTHASARI. ODESCHALCO SCIENTIRVM. OMNIVM. PERITISSIMO ERGA. LITERARVM. CVLTORES. MVNIFICENTISSIMO DOCTRINAE. ET. NOBILITATIS PROSAPLAE. SVAE. AVCTORI S.R. IMPERII PRINCIPI SIRMII IN. PANNOIA. BRACCIANI. ET. CAERITVM DVCI

A Sua Eccelenza il Sig D. Pietro Oescalchi Presidente Annuale dell' Academia Tierina, Amico, e Cultore della Artibelle

Leopoldo Buzi rispetto samente D.D.D.

Condition: Ink shows minor fading, various small creases in the paper
Dimensions: 17.9 x 25 cm
Medium: Engraving and etching
Item 18: Group of men, circa 1700Add to your cart.
 

Dimensions: Sheet: 9 x 5.6 cm

Image 8.5 x 5 cm

Condition: Tiny holes, slight paper scuffs, ink looks good
Medium: Engraving and etching
Item 19: Unnamed, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Item 20: David Garrick, esq., December 1, 1773Add to your cart.

Designer: N. Dance Pinx

Printmaker: John Hall, British 1739---1797

Dimensions: Sheet: 27 x 21 cm

Image: 17.5 x 10 cm

Condition: Water damage in top and bottom right---hand corners, page torn along the right side, and browned over time. Collaged onto board.
Medium: Etching on medium, slightly textured, beige laid paper, laid on mount
Signature/Inscription: N. Dance pinx " Done from an original Picture in the possession of the Rt. Honorable Lord Mansfield, LONDON, Decr. 1st, 1773 Publish'd according to Act of Parliament for John Bell in the Strand."
Folder 3: Prints 21-30, circa 1700-1851Add to your cart.
 
Item 21: Female Saint, possibly Margaret of Antioch, 1782Add to your cart.

Designer: Guidus Reni (painter), Pietro Vitali (translation)

Printmaker: Pietro Marco Vitali, Italian Engraver 1755--1810

Condition: Yellowing of paper, torn edges, and faint foxing.
Dimensions: 31.2 x 22.2 cm
Medium: Engraving
Signature/Inscription: Guidus Reni pinoc. Roma, P. Vitali. Delin et. Sculp. Roma 1782. A Sua Eccellenza il Ambasciatore della serenifsina Prefeso la Fsede Apostolica, Sig. Cav Girolamo Fulian Republica di Venezia Amtore delle belle Arti, Pietro Vitali, D. D. D.
Item 22: The Beggar's Opera, circa 1700Add to your cart.

Designer: William Hogarth, 1697--1764

Printmaker: William Blake, 1757--1827

Printer/publisher: Printed for John Bonlis, The Black Horse in Cornhill

Condition: Foxing on back, edges appear torn
Dimensions: 25 x 26.2 cm
Medium: Etching
Signature/Inscription: Et Contare pares et respondere parade. Harmony. Brittons attend - wien this harmonious stage and listen to those notes which charm the age thus shall your tastes in sounds and sense be shon'n and beggars opears ever be your own. Printed for John Bonlis at the black Horse in Cornhill.
Item 23: David Tenier's House, August 15, 1757Add to your cart.

Designer: David Eniers the Younger, 1610--1690, Dutch, active in Antwerp, Belgium

Printmaker and publisher: Thomas Major, 1720--1799, British, active in London, England

Dimensions: Sheet: 27.2 x 20.8 cm

Image: 25.6 x 19 cm

Signature/inscription: D Teniers Pinx.t; T. Major Sculp.t; David Tenier's House. Engraved from an Original Painting of the Same Size

Published Aug. 15th 1757, by T. Major Engraver to His Majesty and to his R. H. the Prince of Wales, at the Golden Head in Chandos Street N. 29

Condition: Plate mark, yellowing of paper, stains, glue or tape residue, foxing
Medium: Engraving and etching
Item 24: Portrait of Man, 1782Add to your cart.

Designer: Guercino Da Cento, Italian, Rome, 1591--1666

Printmaker and publisher: Adam Bartsch, Austrian, 1757--1821

Dimensions: Sheet: 27.94 x 22.86 cm

Image: 26.67 x 22.225 cm

Condition: Thin/tattered blue paper attached to print. Print discolored with foxing.
Medium: Etching
Signature/inscription: Guercino da Cento del
Item 25: Lieut. John T. Shubrick, 1816Add to your cart.

Printmaker: Ginbrede

Printer/publisher: Analeclic Magazine, Moses Thomas

Dimensions: Sheet: 30.1 x 23 cm

Image: 21 x 13.4 cm

Condition: This print is in very bad condition; the edges are severely torn and ripped, and some rips enter the image area.
Medium: Stipple and line engraving
Signature/inscription: Ginbrede, Moses Thomas, Lieut. John T. Shubrick, "late of the United States Navy;" Engraved for the Analeclic Magazine and Naval Chronicle. Published by Moses Thomas 1816
Item 26: Ben J. Franklin L.L.D., April 1, 1783Add to your cart.

Designer: William Angus, English, worked in Middlesex, 1752--1851

Printer/publisher: J. Fielding

Signature/inscription: BEN J. FRANKLIN. L.L.D.

European Magazine

from a painting in the possession of F. Schwediauer, M.D. in Newman St.

Publish'd April 1 1783 by J. Fielding Paetnoster Row, J. Sewell, Cornhill and J. Debrett, Piccadilly

Condition: Some water damage on the left margin, and paper is slightly yellowed
Dimensions: 17.3 x 10.5 cm
Medium: Engraving, 1 state
Item 27: Elegy, 1778Add to your cart.
Designer: I. Mortimer, England, 1740--1779

Dimensions: Sheet: 34 x 28.5 cm

Image: 30 x 20 cm

Condition: Yellowing paper, small crease on left side of paper, image is off-center
Medium: Etching
Signature/inscription: Elegy, Published Dec. 8, 1778 by I. Mortimer
Item 28: The Stars, (1808--1897) (1797--1856)Add to your cart.

Designer: Middleton

Printmaker: Sartain

Dimensions: Sheet: 13.97 x 19.685 cm

Image: 10.795 x 8.89 cm

Bibliography: https://www.pafa.org/museum/The-
Condition: Brown spots on paper
Medium: Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper
Item 29: Residence of Robert H. Rose Esq., 1845Add to your cart.

Designer: James Smillie (American, worked in New York City 1833--1909)

Printmaker: James Smillie and Robert Hinshelwood (English, 1812-1879)

Printer/publisher: Grahams Magazine (Philadelphia, 1841-1858)

Condition: Paper: small tear on bottom, yellowed, foxing in margins

Image: foxing in upper left corner

Dimensions: Sheet: 14.75 x 23 cm

Image: 11.25 x 17 cm

Medium: Etching and engraving
Signature/inscription: James Smillie/Smillie & Hinshelwood/Drawn and engraved expressly for Grahams Magazine 1845
Item 30: A Western Lake By Sunset, 1851Add to your cart.

Designer: Asher Brown Durand, 1796--1886, United States

Printmaker: James Smillie, 1807--1885, United States, active in New York

Printer/publisher: New York D. Appleton & Co., active in New York

Dimensions: Sheet: 20.5 x 14.5 cm

Image: 13 x 10.75 cm

Signature/inscription: "A. B. Durand, P.N.A.D" "James Smillie." "A Western Lake by Sunset." "New York. D. Appleton & Co."

Backside in pencil: "facing page 50, McIntosh, Maria J. Evenings at Donaldson Manot, The Christmas Guest. illustrated with ten steel engravings, N.Y. D. Appleton & Co., Philia, 1851, Pp. 286, Personal Collection of Emerich P. Korecz, Washington D.C. and Bluemont Virginia"

Condition: Tears on left edge, paper yellowed, foxing throughout paper and image
Medium: Steel engraving
Folder 4: Prints 31-40, 1812-circa 1900Add to your cart.
 
Item 31: Ulysses S. Grant, undatedAdd to your cart.
 
Item 32: Thomas MacDonough Esq of the United States Navy, 1812Add to your cart.

Designer: John Wesley Jarvis, South Shields, England, 1781--1840 (Originally a painter who moved to New York in 1801 with Edward Savage and within a year he was working on engravings.)

Printmaker: Thomas Ginbrede, Agen, France, 1781--1832 (Emigrated to America, where he worked in New York and Baltimore as an engraver and miniature painter before taking a positions as a teacher of drawing and of French at the West Point Military Academy)

Printer/publisher: M. Thomas

Dimensions: Sheet: 21.2 x 12.9 cm

Image: 9.9 x 7.9 cm

Signature/inscription: Thomsa MacDonough Esq of the United States Navy

Engraved for the Analectic Magazine and Naval Chronicle Published by M. Thomas. Entered 4th March According to Act of Congress

Condition: Worn out edges and torn. Foxing on cream woven paper.
Medium: Stipple engraving and etching
Item 33: Melanie (also known as Lillian Grey), circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: E. G. Leutze

Printmaker: John Sartain

Dimensions: Sheet: 22.22 x 13.01 cm

Image: 10.47 x 8.89 cm

Signature/inscription: E. G. LEUTZE

SARTAIN

LILLIAN GREY

Condition: Yellowed paper. Gilding on top, bottom, and left edge
Medium: Medium mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper
Item 34: Glimpse on the Little Miami (Twenty Miles up the Licking), 1846Add to your cart.

Designer: J. H. Hine

Printmaker: William Westwood 1774--1792, Birmingham, AL

Dimensions: Sheet: 16.3 x 24.7 cm

Image: 12.6 x 16.7 cm

Condition: Yellow, blotchy, frayed corners
Medium: Steel engraving and etching
Signature/inscription: Engraved for the Ladies Repository, from the painting of J.H. Hine
Item 35: "Harry M. Stanley", 1886Add to your cart.
 
Item 36: The Roman Maid, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Edmonstone

Printmaker and publisher: John Sartain

Condition: Yellowed paper
Dimensions: 10.6 x 8.7 cm
Medium: Medium mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper
Signature/inscription: Edmonstone, Sartain
Item 37: House Above River, circa 1900Add to your cart.
Printmaker: C.T.

Dimensions: Sheet: 26.3 x 12.5 cm

Image: 11.2 x 7.3 cm

Condition: The pulp paper is evenly yellowed; there is no stain, no ater damage, no trace of being blued to anything. The bottom edge was torn while the other edges were clean-cut. There's a plate mark and inconsistent spots of light ink stain along the edges of the plate mark.
Medium: Etching, state 1
Signature/inscription: C.T.; No. 5 in upper right corner
Item 38: Southeast View of Sackett's Harbor, circa 1815Add to your cart.

Designer: Thomas Birch, American, 1790--1851

Printmaker: William Strickland, American, 1788--1854

Condition: Yellowed paper, worn edges, tear in paper, torn from a book
Dimensions: 13 x 21.5 cm
Medium: Engraving and aquatint
Signature/inscription: Thomas Birch, del. William Strickland, sc. Southeast View of Sackett's Harbor 1. Navy Point 2. Fort Tompkins 3. Smith Cantonment 4. Pike Cantonment 5. Block House 6. Block House 7. Fort Chancey 8. Horse Island
Item 39: The Brothers, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: W. Salter

Printmaker: John Sartain

Printer/publisher: Sartain

Condition: Yellowed paper
Dimensions: 23.6 x 15.5 cm
Medium: Medium mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper
Signature/inscription: Engraved by J. Sartain, The original by W. Salter, Sartains Magazine, The Brothers
Item 40: Cut Off-River, Branch of the Wabash, 1845Add to your cart.

Designer: Karl Bodmer, 1809--1893, Swiss, active in France (Barbizon School), then United States

Printmaker: Smillie and Hinshelwood, United States

Printer/publisher: Graham's Magazine, 1841--1858, periodical based in Philadelphia

Dimensions: Sheet: 14.9 x 25 cm

Image: 11.2 x 17.4 cm

Condition: Bent corners, wear on edges, foxing, discoloration, taken from book. Machine-made wood pulp paper
Medium: Steel engraving, etching
Signature/inscription: Cut Off-River, Branch of the Wabash, Engraved expressly for Graham's Magazine 1845
Folder 5: Prints 41-50, circa 1850-circa 1900sAdd to your cart.
 
Item 41: Charity, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Dubufe

Printmaker: John Sartain

Printer/Publisher: Sartain

Condition: Yellowed paper, gilding on edges
Dimensions: 1.58 x 9.6 cm
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper
Signature/Inscription: Dubufe, Charity, Sartain
Item 42: Watermill with Pine Trees, 20th centuryAdd to your cart.
 

Dimensions: Sheet: 12.2 x 16.1 cm

Image: 8.5 x 12 cm

Condition: Torn corner, yellowed paper, foxing
Medium: Etching
Signature/Inscription: CT in bottom right corner
Item 43: Portrait of H. Luman, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
Printmaker: Burt

Signature/Inscription: Burt, etched; your most sincerely H. Luman

Portrait of H. Luman

Condition: Wrinkles, stains/spots, good inking
Dimensions: 21 x 14.5 cm
Medium: Stipple and line etch
Item 44: Fire at Sea, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Turner

Printmaker: John Sartain

Dimensions: Sheet: 22.22 x 13.01 cm

Image: 10.47 x 8.89 cm

Condition: Yellowed paper; gilding on top, bottom, and left edge.
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper
Signature/Inscription: FIRE AT SEA
Item 45: Jesse Bourn and Colin Grey, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Sarah Satchel

Printmaker: John Sartain

Printer/Publisher: Sartain

Condition: Yellowed paper; gilding on edges; previously bound in book
Dimensions: 19.5 x 13.3 cm
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper
Signature/Inscription: Painted by Sarah Satchel, Engr by John Sartain, Read Crabbe's Poem Illustrated, Jesse Bourn and Colin Grey
Item 47: Seventeen-Mile Grade. Between Piedmont and Altamont, circa 1850Add to your cart.
 

Dimensions: Sheet: 12.1 x 19 cm

Image: 11 x 18.3 cm

Condition: Crease in bottom right corner, tear along the left side
Medium: Line block
Signature/Inscription: Seventeen-Mile Grade. Between Piedmont and Altamont
Item 48: Jealousy, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Printmaker: John Sartain

Printer/Publisher: Sartain

Condition: Yellowed paper
Dimensions: 19.8 x 13.5 cm
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper
Signature/Inscription: Crow Quill, Sartain, Jealousy
Item 49: Fata Morgana, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Browne

Printmaker: John Sartain

Printer/Publisher: Sartain

Condition: Yellowed paper
Dimensions: 19.8 x 13.3 cm
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper
Signature/Inscription: Browne, Sartain, Fata Morgana
Item 50: The Gazelle, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Heloise Leloir

Printmaker: John Sartain

Printer/Publisher: Sartain

Condition: Yellowed paper; gilding on edges; previously bound in book
Dimensions: 18.7 x 13.5 cm
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper
Signature/Inscription: Sartain
Folder 6: Prints 51-60, 1795-1859Add to your cart.
 
Item 51: Miss Otilia V. Brown with her Gazelle, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Heloise Leloir

Printmaker: John Sartain

Printer/Publisher: Sartain

Condition: Yellowed paper. Gilding on edges. Previously bound in book.
Dimensions: 16.9 x 13.2 cm
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper.
Signature/Inscription: Heloise Leloir, Sartain, Miss Otilia V. Brown with Her Gazelle
Item 52: The Shade of Napoleon Visiting His Tomb, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
 

Dimensions: Sheet: 20.4 x 13.2 cm

Image: 13.9 x 9.8 cm

Condition: The margins have been cropped to the image by a previous owner and backed upon a book page. Good condition overall.
Medium: Wood engraving with letterpress.
Signature/Inscription: A full-length Portrait of Napoleon may be traced in the above Engraving.
Item 53: The Fantoccini Boy, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Edmonstone

Printmaker: John Sartain

Printer/Publisher: Sartain

Dimensions: Sheet: 19.8 x 13.3 cm

Image: 10.6 x 8.8 cm

Condition: Yellowed paper. Gilding on edges. Previously bound in book.
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper.
Signature/Inscription: Edmonstone, Sartain
Item 54: The Battle Field, 1808-1897, 1797-1856Add to your cart.

Designer; Delaruche

Printmaker: Sartain

Dimensions: Sheet: 11.43 x 18.415 cm

Image: 8.89 x 10.795 cm

Condition: Brown spots on paper; small fold in bottom, center.
Medium: Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper.
Item 55: A Whole Holiday, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: R. Farrier

Printmaker: John Sartain

Printer/Publisher: Sartain

Dimensions: Sheet: 15.8 x 9.6 cm

Image: 9.5 x 7.1 cm

Condition: Yellowed paper. Gilding on edges. Previously bound in book.
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper.
Signature/Inscription: Farrier, Sartain
Item 56: Highland Mary, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.

Designer: J. M. Wright

Printmaker: A. L. Dick

Printer/Publisher: George Virtue in London; Worts, Print

Dimensions: Sheet: 20 x 16 cm

Image: 14.9 x 11.1 cm

Signature/Inscription: Highland Mary

Will ye go to the Indies, my Mary, and leave old Scotia's shore?

Worts Print

J. M. Wright; A. L. Dick

Condition: Foxing on back of print; small tear
Medium: Steel engraving
Item 57: The Tree of Shelter, 1859Add to your cart.

Designer: Friedrich Gauerman, 1807-1862, Austrian, active in Vienna, Austria

Printmaker: Fitz-Edward Jones, 1809-1860s, American, active in Cincinnatti, Ohio

Printer/Publisher: Western Methodist Book Concern, 1856-1876, United States, active in Cincinnatti, Ohio

Dimensions: Sheet: 16.3 x 26.4 cm

Image: 13 x 18.4 cm

Signature/Inscription: Gauerman

Engraved expressly for the Ladies Repository

F. E. Jones

Condition: Browning along edges of paper, crease near top left corner, brown stains, pencil mark on back, plate stain on back, small water damage top left corner.
Medium: Mezzotint and etching
Item 58: Adam and Eve, November 21, 1795Add to your cart.

Designer: Thomas Kirk, 1765-1797, English, pupil of Richard Cosway, Royal Academy, 1785

Printmaker: William Nutter, 1754-1802, English, pupil of John Raphael Smith, Royal Academy, 1782

Printer/Publisher: From Charles Cooke's Pocket Edition of English Poets (1796-1798), printed and embellished under the direction of C. Cooke, No. 17 Paternoster-Row, London

Signature/Inscription: Milton

Aft ifh'd Food & blank, while horror chill Ra thro' his veins & all his joints relaxed

Vide Paradise Lost Vol. 1 page 201 line 890

Painted by T. Kirk, printed for C. Cooke, Paternosterow Nov 21 1795, engraved W. Nutter

Condition: Foxing throughout, water damage across back.
Dimensions: 12.7 x 7.62 cm
Medium: Line and stipple etching
Item 60: Eve with Angel, Cooke's Edition of Select British Poets, February 13, 1796Add to your cart.

Designer: Waller

Printmaker: Tharke

Printer/Publisher: Charles Cooke, Paternoster-Row, London. Working during 1794.

Dimensions: Sheet: 12.7 x 7.62 cm

Image: 10.795 x 6.35 cm

Signature/Inscription: Milton

As I bent down to look, just opposite A shape within the watry gleam appeard Bending to look on me.

Vide Paradise Lost Book IV line 160 Vol 1 p. 82

Painted by T. Kirk, printed for C. Cooke, Paternosterow Nov 21, 1795, engraved by W. Nutter.

Condition: Foxing throughout
Medium: Line and stipple etching
Folder 7: Prints 61-70, 1796-1854Add to your cart.
 
Item 61: Satan Watching Adam and Eve, Cooke's Edition of Select British Poets, March 12, 1796Add to your cart.

Designer: W. H. Brown

Printmaker: J. Strange

Printer/publisher: From Charles Cooke's Pocket Edition of English Poets (1796-1798), printed and embellished under the direction fo C. Cooke, No. 17 Paternoster-Row, London

Dimensions: Sheet: 12.7 x 7.62 cm

Image: 10.795 x 6.35 cm

Signature/Inscription: Aside the devil turn'd For envy, yet with jealous leer malign Ey'd them a skance, and to himself this plain'd

Vide, Paradise Lost, Book IV, Line 502, Vol 1 pg 83 Milton

Painted by W. H. Brown, printed for C. Cooke, Paternosterow March 12 1796, engraved by J. Strange

Condition: Foxing throughout
Medium: Line and stipple etching 1 of 364 prints in a set of 3 bound volumes, part of volume 3
Item 62: The Repentance of Nineveh, 1832Add to your cart.

Designer: John Martin (English, worked in London, 1789-1854)

Printmaker: Henry Le Keux (English, worked in London, 1787-1868)

Printer/Publisher: Hurst Chance and Company (London)

Dimensions: Sheet: 12 x 17 cm

Image: 8.5 x 12.25 cm

Condition: Bisecting fold, yellowed, foxing in bottom margin
Medium: Steel engraving
Signature/Inscription: Painted by John Martin/Engraved by Henry Le Keux
Item 63: Belshazzar's Feast, mid 1800sAdd to your cart.

Designer: John Martin, painter, 1789-1854, England, active in London

Printmaker: John C. McRae, United States, active in New York

Printer/Publisher: E. Walker 114 Fulton St., New York

Signature/Inscription: E. Walker. 114 Fulton St.

Eng'd by John McRae

Belshazzar's Feast

Condition: Water stain at top edge of paper, slight yellowing, small staining and discoloration throughout paper, possible reattached tear at right edge of paper and image
Dimensions: 12.7 x 17.7 cm
Medium: Mezzotint engraving
Item 64: Pharaoh's Host Drowned in the Red Sea, mid 1800sAdd to your cart.

Designer: John Martin, painter, 1789-1854, England, active in London

Printmaker: John C. McRae, United States, active in New York

Printer/Publisher: E. Walker 114 Fulton St., New York

Signature/Inscription: E. Walker 114 Fulton St.

Eng'd by John McRae

Pharaoh's Host Drowned in the Red Sea

Condition: Slight yellowing, brown spot at edge, small staining/foxing throughout paper.
Dimensions: 12.9 x 18.2 cm
Medium: Mezzotint engraving
Item 66: Salita Al Vesuvio, 1854Add to your cart.

Designer: Giacomo Lenghi, Italian, worked in Naples circa 1840

Printmaker: Giacomo Lenghi

Printer/Publisher: Giacomo Lenghi

Condition: Bent edges. Paper cut inward towards bottom of artwork. Foxing has occurred on backside.
Dimensions: 14 x 20 cm
Medium: Lithograph with hand coloring
Signature/Inscription: Salita Al Vesuvio
Item 67: The Naiad, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Chalon

Printmaker: John Sartain

Printer/Publisher: Sartain

Dimensions: Sheet: 19.8 x 31.1 cm

Image: 10.7 x 9 cm

Condition: Yellowed paper. Gilding on edges. Previously bound in book.
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper.
Signature/Inscription: Chalon, Sartain
Item 68: The Fairy Fountain, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Poole

Printmaker: John Sartain

Printer/Publisher: Sartain

Condition: Yellowed paper. Previously bound in book.
Dimensions: 18.2 x 11.3 cm
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper
Signature/Inscription: Poole, Sartain, The Fairy Fountain
Item 69: Boating, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Mulready

Printmaker: John Sartain

Printer/Publisher: Sartain

Condition: Yellowed paper. Gilding on edges. Previously bound in book.
Dimensions: 18.6 x 11.5 cm
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper.
Signature/Inscription: Sartain
Item 70: The Hard Word, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Hunt

Printmaker: John Sartain

Dimensions: Sheet: 17.2 x 10.8 cm

Image: 12.1 x 8.5 cm

Condition: Yellowed Paper. Gilding on edges. Previously bound in book.
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper.
Signature/Inscription: Hunt, Sartain
Folder 8: Prints 71-80, circa 1800sAdd to your cart.
 
Item 71: United States Capitol at Washington, East Front, 1863Add to your cart.
Designer: Henry Sartain, Philadelphia

Dimensions: Sheet: 12.9 x 18.7 cm

Image: 8.3 x 14.2 cm

Condition: Yellowed, worn edge from book, tatered left edge, printed off-center, stains on back.
Medium: Copperplate engraving
Signature/Inscription: United States Capitol at Washington East Front
Item 72: The Billet, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Wright

Printmaker: John Sartain

Printer/Publisher: Sartain

Condition: Yellowed paper. Gilding on edges. Previously bound in book.
Dimensions: 13.9 x 19.9 cm
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper.
Signature/Inscription: Sartain
Item 73: The Moment of Trial, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Fraser

Printmaker: John Sartain

Dimensions: Sheet: 18.1 x 11.4 cm

Image: 10.9 x 9 cm

Condition: Yellowed paper. Gilding on edges. Previously bound in book.
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wave paper.
Signature/Inscription: Sartain, Fraser
Item 74: The Western Emigrant, undatedAdd to your cart.

Designer: Peter Frederick Rothermel, American, Pennsylvania, b. Nescopeck, PA, 1817; d. Linfield, PA, 1895

Printmaker: John Sartain

Dimensions: Sheet: 17.9 x 23.1 cm

Image: 10 x 15.2 cm

Condition: Good--some discoloration and creases
Medium: Mezzotint, etching, stipple, roulette
Signature/Inscription: Drawn by P. F. Rothermel. Engraved by J. Sartain.
Item 75: Richter, circa 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: Furster

Printmaker: John Sartain

Printer/Publisher: Sartain

Condition: Yellowed paper
Dimensions: 26.4 x 20.4 cm
Medium: Medium Mezzotint, etching and stipple on cream wove paper.
Signature/Inscription: Painted by Furster. Engraved by J. Sartain. Pencil: German Writer. Am Engraver 1825
Item 76: Capture of New Orleans--The Fleet Passing Forts on the Mississippi, circa 1860sAdd to your cart.

Designer: C. Parsons, American, worked in United States 1821-1910

Printmaker: W. Ridgeway, American, worked in United States

Condition: Yellowed paper, some foxing, looks like it may have been taken out of a book, light damage.
Dimensions: 16 x 24.3 cm
Medium: Engraving, most likely steel
Signature/Inscription: C. Parsons, del. W. Ridgway, sc. Capture of New Orleans--The Fleet Passing Forts on the Mississippi. Fort St. Phillip, Brooklyn (abreast of Fort St. Phillip), Fort Jackson, Lousiana (iron plated battery exploding), Varuna (fighting through iron clad gunboats), Hartford (flag ship) firecract alongside. Pensacola. Mississippi, Manasses (Ram). Mortar vessels in the distance shelling the forts.
Item 77: House Hold Treasures [The Pets], 1808-1897, 1797-1856Add to your cart.

Designer: Middleton

Printmaker: Sartain

Condition: Good condition, top edge of paper is rounded and starts at the print itself
Dimensions: 17.9 x 12.7 cm
Medium: Mezzotint, etching, engraving, stipple and photomechanical texture on cream wove paper.
Item 80: Die Gefängnifse (The Prisons), circa late 1800sAdd to your cart.

Designer: Vincenzo Chilone

Printmaker: Aliprandi, Inc.

Printer/Publisher: Pietro e Giuseppe Vallardi

Signature/Inscription: V. Chilone dis., Aliprandi inc.

The Prisons. Die Gefängnifse. Les Prisons. Le Prigioni.

Milano prefso Pietro e Giuseppe Vallardi Cont. S. Margherita No. 1101

Condition: Yellowed paper, cut corner top left
Dimensions: 19.6 x 26.4 cm
Medium: Engraving
Folder 9: Prints 81-90, 1816-1890Add to your cart.
 
Item 81: Dr. Grimshaw House Salem, Geo M. White, 1886Add to your cart.

Designer: George White, American

Printmaker: George White, American

Dimensions: Sheet: 20.2 x 25.4 cm

Image: 7 x 11.3 cm

Condition: Bookworm holes. Area of water drop damage. Discoloration, wear at edges. Scratches and dirt smudges. Machine-made wood pulp paper. Fungus staining on back.
Medium: Etching
Signature/Inscription: Dr. Grimshaw House Salem, Geo M. White
Item 82: Author in Study with Quill, circa 1600-1800Add to your cart.
 
Condition: Torn corner, ripped edges, foxing.
Dimensions: 29 x 22 cm
Medium: Engraving
Item 83: Marriage Announcement of Princess Charlotte of Wales, November 1, 1816Add to your cart.

Designer: Edward Francis Burney (1760-1848), England, Royal Academy (1776-1803)

Printmaker: Meyer

Printer/Publisher: Edward Baines (1774-1848), England, Publisher (1818-1836)

Signature/Inscription: Marriage Announcement of Princess Charlotte of Wales

Burney Delin; Meyer Sculp; Marriage Announcement of Princess Charlotte of Wales and Prince Leopold of Saxe Cobourg; Leeds Published by Edwd Baines Nov 1 1816

Condition: Wrinkles, stains/spots. Torn lower right corner. Ink looks good.
Dimensions: 26.5 x 20.5 cm
Medium: Stipple etching and engraving
Item 85: The Ruined Temples on the Island of Philae, circa 1830Add to your cart.
Printer/Publisher: North America Bibliographic Institution of Philadelphia

Dimensions: Sheet: 19.8 x 29.6 cm

Image: 14.1 x 21 cm

Signature/Inscription: Xxv

The Ruined Temples on the Island of Philae in Upper Egypt

Philadelphia: N. A. Bibliographic Institution

Condition: Water damage around the border, discoloration within the image.
Medium: Engraving
Item 86: Das Neue Hoftheater Zu Hannover, circa 1820-1860Add to your cart.

Designer: L. Rohbock, London

Printmaker: John Poppel

Printer/Publisher: J. F. Lange, London

Condition: Heavy foxing but otherwise good condition throughout.
Dimensions: 16.7 x 25.5 cm
Medium: Engraving, steel-plate
Signature/Inscription: Druck & Verlag v. N.J.F. Lange in Darmstadt
Item 87: Portrait of Marie Stuart, circa 1700sAdd to your cart.

Designer: Ecole Francais

Printmaker: Hel. Braun Clement and Co.

Printer/Publisher: Hel Braun Clement and Co.

Dimensions: Sheet: 25 x 17 cm

Image: 16.2 x 13.3 cm

Signature/Inscription: 31457 Bis

Portrait of Marie Stuart

Ecole Francaise; Hel. Braun Clement and Co.

Condition: Foxing, smudges on back, and light tear on upper left corner
Medium: Heliograuvre
Item 88: The Pyramids of Gizeh, 1840Add to your cart.

Designer: Eduard Ruppel, 1794-1884, German, was actively exploring in Africa

Printmaker: Ernst Friedrich Grunewald, 1801-1848, German

Printer/Publisher: North American Bibliographic Institution, Philadelphia

Dimensions: Sheet: 19.8 x 29.2 cm

Image: 14.5 x 21 cm

Signature/Inscription: Nach Der Natur Gez V. Ruppell Gezt V. Grunewald.

The Pyramids of Gizeh (Egypt)

Philadelphia: N. A. Bibliographic Institution

Condition: Paper fading, plate mark, foxing, brown stains on back. Ink settlements on back, four small holes on left.
Medium: Steel engraving and etching
Item 89: Joseph Black, March 10, 1800Add to your cart.

Designer: Henry Raeburn, 1756-1823, British, London

Printmaker: engraved by James Heath

Printer/Publisher: James Heath, N. 42 Newman St., & J. P. Thompson, Great Newport St., Long Acre, London

Dimensions: Sheet: 29 x 23.4 cm

Image: 20.9 x 17.7 cm

Condition: Mounted on matte board. Browning paper with discolored spots on lower half and on figure's right ear.
Medium: Stipple engraving
Signature/Inscription: Joseph Black, M.D.F.R.S.E.
Item 90: Grolier in the Printing House of Aldus, 1890Add to your cart.

Designer: Francoise Flameng, French, late 19th century-early 20th century

Printer/Publisher: Photogravure & Color Co. NY

Signature/Inscription: Francois Flameng; Photogravure & Color Co., N.Y.

Grolier in the Printing House of Aldus

After the painting by Francoise Flameng, in the possession of the Grolier Club--Reproduced by the courtesy of the Grader Club

Condition: Very good condition. Seems to be taken out of a book. The edge on the bottom is rough and jagged. The top and bottom of the paper are wrinkled with possible water damage and there is a small rip on the top right side. There is also a small smudge on the back.
Dimensions: 23.6 x 30.9 cm
Medium: Photogravure
Folder 10: Prints 91-100, 1730-1930Add to your cart.
 
Item 91: Putnam's Escape at Horse Neck, circa 1877Add to your cart.

Designer: Alonzo Chappel, 1828-1887

Printer/Publisher: Johnson, Fry, & Co.

Signature/Inscription: From the original picture by Chappel in the possession of the publishers.

Johnson, Fry, & Co. Publishers, New York

Entered according to act of Congress AD 1857 by Johnson, Fry, & Co. in the clerk's office of the district court of the souther DIS of N.Y.

co/100 139

Condition: Good. Slightly yellowed around edges.
Dimensions: 27.5 x 20 cm
Medium: Steel plate engraving
Item 92: The Ducal Palace, 1730Add to your cart.

Designer: Vincenzo Chilone, Italian, 1758-1839

Printmaker: Giacomo Aliprandi, Italian, also known as Indarpila, 1775-1855

Dimensions: Sheet: 24.5 x 30.7 cm

Image: 21.5 x 30 cm

Signature/Inscription: Venezia

A View from the Column of St. Mark to the Dalmation Wharf in the City of Venice

Chilone dis

Aliprandi inc

Condition: Yellowing paper. Small crease on bottom left corner. The plate embossment has collected dirt.
Medium: Engraving
Item 93: Mr. Hamblin of the Theare Royal Drury-Lane, late 1800sAdd to your cart.

Designer: Herbert J. Finn (English, 1861-1942)

Printmaker: D. C. Johnston (American, Boston, 1825-1865)

Printer/Publisher: Pendelton

Dimensions: Sheet: 30 x 25 cm

Image: 20 x 13 cm

Signature/Inscription: H. J. Finn del

Drawn on stone by D. C. Johnston

Lith of Pendelton

Mr. Hamblin of the Theatre Royal Drury-Lane

Condition: Yellowed paper. Torn at the top. Brown spots on paper and image.
Medium: Lithography
Item 94: Portrait of Ulysses S. Grant, late 1800sAdd to your cart.
 

Dimensions: Sheet: 24.8 x 16 cm

Image: 18.5 x 13.5 cm

Signature/Inscription: U. S. Grant

General Butler

Condition: Tears on paper edges and right side of image. Slight water staining throughout paper edges. Foxing at bottom left of image.
Medium: Photo wood engraving
Item 97: Sailboat Silhouette, circa 1900sAdd to your cart.

Designer: Euenung

Printmaker: Arnold

Dimensions: Sheet: 16 x 18.7 cm

Image: 10 x 7.3 cm

Condition: Foxing occurred on backside corner. Paper torn across top right corner of page
Medium: Etching
Item 98: Rainstorm, late 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
 

Dimensions: Sheet: 24 x 16 cm

Image: 15 x 8.4 cm

Condition: Well preserved, slight yellowing, ink smudges in borders
Medium: Chine colle, drypoint copperplate etching
Item 100: Woman's Head, circa 1930-1940Add to your cart.
 

Dimensions: Sheet: 30 x 24.5 cm

Image: 13.9 x 8.6 cm

Condition: There is a vertical folded mark on the left side of the page. The paper is rage paper; is is unevently yellowed, especially on the corners and on the right side of the fold mark. Two tiny spots of water stains on page. Limited yellowing of paper on the back. Paper is straight. There is a deep plate mark. Paper wrinkles inside the plate mark. On the top along the plate mark there are dark ink stains. On the bottom, along the plate mark, are yellow fibers. There are small spots of light ink stains spread on page.
Medium: Chine colle etching, state 1
Folder 11: Prints 101-110, 1814-1872Add to your cart.
 
Item 101: City of St. Louis, 1872Add to your cart.

Designer: A. C. Warren, American

Printmaker: Robert HInshelwood, emigrated from England to America, Edinburgh 1812, New York 1875

Printer/Publisher: D. Appleton & Company, 1872, New York, New York

Dimensions: Sheet: 23.4 x 31.9 cm

Image: 14 x 23.4 cm

Signature/Inscription: A. C. Warren

Entered according to Act of Congress A.D. 1872 by D. Appleton & Co. in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, Washington.

City of St. Louis

New York D. Appleton & Co.

[Handwritten in upper left corner] 250

Condition: Torn, bent edges, and general wear. Foxing and some dirt. Pencil marks on front. Possibly removed from unbound book. Heavy plate paper, machine-made wood pulp.
Medium: Steel engraving and etching, possible early plate from a published version in Picturesque America.
Item 102: Grave of John Sherlock, 1814Add to your cart.
Designer: [signature illegible]
Condition: Folds, creases, browning and spotting of paper, mild ink fading and severe pencil fading.
Dimensions: 16.4 x 17 cm
Medium: Pen and ink wash drawing
Signature/Inscription: Sacred to the memory of John Sherlock, a native of Lancashire in England, but for many years a respectable merchant of this city. He died the 22nd December 1813, aged 41 & 1 day.
Item 103: La Ss Concezione, early 19th centuryAdd to your cart.

Designer: Giovanni Andrea Sirani (1610-1670), Italy

Printmaker: Francesco Rosaspina (1762-1841), Italy

Printer/Publisher: Francesco Rosaspina

Signature/Inscription: G. A. Sirani dip.

F. Rosaspina dis e inc

LA SS CONCEZIONE

Condition: Slight wrinkling and staining. Ink looks good.
Dimensions: 32 x 21 cm
Medium: Engraving
Item 105: [untitled], 19th centuryAdd to your cart.
 

Dimensions: Sheet: 16 x 24 cm

Image: 11 x 14.5 cm

Condition: Ink smudge in top left corner and bottom right corner, ink on back
Medium: Etching and dry point
Item 106: Washington/There is rest in heaven [1 of 2], 1801Add to your cart.

Designer: Thomas Clarke, Boston, active 1797-1801

Printmaker: Thomas Clarke

Dimensions: Sheet: 21.59 x 16.51 cm

Image: 21.59 x 8.255 cm

Signature/Inscription: Tho Clark Sculpt

Newborn St. Boston

Condition: Very faint foxing. Margins intact. Darker aquatint than Item 107. Slight tearing on all four corners.
Medium: Stipple and line etching
Item 107: Washington/There is rest in heaven [2 of 2], 1801Add to your cart.

Designer: Thomas Clarke, Boston, active 1797-1801

Printmaker: Thomas Clarke

Dimensions: Sheet: 21.59 x 16.51 cm

Image: 21.59 x 8.255 cm

Signature/Inscription: Tho Clark Sculpt

Newborn St. Boston

Condition: Very faint foxing. Margine are intact. Has a lighter aquatint than Item 106. Tearing on all four corners.
Medium: Stipple and line etching
Item 108: Judgment of Paris, circa 1700s-1800sAdd to your cart.
 
Condition: Foxing on back and adhesive residue on the top two corners.
Dimensions: 24 x 18.4 cm
Medium: LIne and stipple engraving with line etching
Item 109: Fragment d'un Poël, 19th centuryAdd to your cart.

Designer: Alexandre Fragonard, 1780-1850, France, active in Paris

Printmaker: Godefroy Engelmann, 1788-1839, Franco-German, active in Paris

Signature/Inscription: Fragonard lith

De G. Engelmann

Fragment d'un Poël en fayenve portant le millessime 1511 de M. D. L. G.

Condition: Brown stains on back; foxing.
Dimensions: 33 x 20.7 cm
Medium: Lithograph with chine colle
Item 110: Two Women, circa 1860-1870Add to your cart.
Printer/Publisher: Alfred Cadart, 1828-1875, French

Dimensions: Sheet: 34.9 x 24.7 cm

Image: 24 x 16 cm

Condition: Browned paper with additional discoloration in lower corners. Top left corner folded and torn.
Medium: Line and stipple etching
Folder 12: Prints 111-120, 1762-1874Add to your cart.
 
Item 111: Man Reading by Window, 1762Add to your cart.
Printmaker: T. W.

Dimensions: Sheet: 31.3 x 23.6 cm

Image: 23.4 x 18.5 cm

Condition: Very good condition, only slight wrinkles in the corners.
Medium: Line etching
Signature/Inscription: T. W. 1762
Item 112: Album Pour Rire No. 15, circa 1828Add to your cart.

Designer: Charles Philipon, French, Paris, April 19, 1800-January 25, 1861

Printmaker: Ducarme

Printer/Publisher: The House of Osterwald aîné

Signature/Inscription: Ch. Philipon inv. et del.

A Paris chez Ostervald aîné, quoi des Augustines, No. 37;

Rittner, Boulevard-Monmartre, No. 12;

Et Hantecoeur-Martinet, Rue de Coq.

Condition: Good condition, but with spotty grey and yellow aging in the margins.
Dimensions: 25 x 35.5 cm
Medium: Hand-colored lithograph
Item 113: River Landscape with Three Figures, circa 1800-1840Add to your cart.

Designer: De l'Epinois

Printer/Publisher: Charles Louis Constans (publisher/printer; French; Male; 1803-1840)

Dimensions: Sheet: 22.5 x 32 cm

Image: 21 x 29.8 cm

Signature/Inscription: De l'Epinois

Litho: de C. Constans

Condition: Yellowing paper with light brown spots on top right corner
Medium: Lithograph
Item 114: Portrait of Hiram Powers, 1874Add to your cart.

Designer: Alonzo Chappel (American, New York, 1828-1887)

Printer/Publisher: Johnson Wilson & Co. (American, New York, 1874)

Dimensions: Sheet: 27 x 20.5 cm

Image: 18.75 x 14 cm

Condition: Yellowed paper. Foxing in left margin. Torn on right side.
Medium: Photogravure
Signature/Inscription: Painted by Alonzo Chappel
Item 115: City Hall, August, Georgia, 1840sAdd to your cart.
Printer/Publisher: J & F Tallis, London & New York, 1842-1849

Signature/Inscription: Sir James Baird attacks the American Rear. Capture of Savannah. 1778

City Hall, Augusta, Georgia.

Engagement between the Whigs & Tories. Near Kettie Creek. 1779, J & F Tallis, London & New York.

Condition: Small tearing on bottom edge. Foxing and discoloration throughout image and paper.
Dimensions: 18.4 x 28 cm
Medium: Steel engraving
Item 117: John Sartain. Engraved for the Nineteenth Century, circa 1900sAdd to your cart.

Designer: M. A. Root, English, active in Philadelphia, 1808-1897

Printmaker: M. A. Root

Printer/Publisher: M. A. Root

Dimensions: Sheet: 30.5 x 21.1 cm

Image: 24 x 16.7 cm

Signature/Inscription: M. A. Root, Phila

John Sartain. Engraved for the Nineteenth Century

Condition: Fair condition with foxing
Medium: Mezzotint engraving
Item 118: Rinaldo Rinaldini, 1843Add to your cart.

Designer: Johann Baptist, Sonderland, Dusseldorf, Germany

Printmaker: Johann Baptist

Printer/Publisher: Paris L. Curmer

Dimensions: Sheet: 31.4 x 18.5 cm

Image: 26 x 18.5 cm

Signature/Inscription: J. Bapt. Sonderland sSec

Les Beaux arts

Rinaldo Rinaldini

Dusseldorf Januar 1843

Paris L. Curmer

Condition: Worn, tattered edges. small piece missing from left side. Plate marks. Embossment near bottom. Brown/red stain in main figure.
Medium: Copperplate engraving
Item 120: Les Beaux arts, August 1842Add to your cart.

Designer: Johann Baptist, Sonderland (February 2, 1805-July 21, 1878), German, worked in Paris and Frankfurt

Printmaker: Johann Baptist

Printer/Publisher: Leon Curmer (December 17, 1801-January 29, 1870), France, worked in Paris

Dimensions: Sheet: 30.5 x 23.6 cm

Image: 23.6 x 18.8 cm

Condition: Fine pulp paper. There is a hole on the lower left edge. The left edge has a glue mark on the front and the back. The edges are mostly sharp, except two spots of small tearing on the lower right side. The Arabic number 9 was written on the upper right corner. There is a light, consistant ink stain along the edges of the plate mark.
Medium: Engraving and etching, state 1.
Signature/Inscription: J. B. Sonderland Fecit
Folder 13: Prints 121-130, circa 1800sAdd to your cart.
 
Item 123: [Untitled], circa 1800sAdd to your cart.

Designer: Alphonse Legros, French, 1837-1911, worked in France and London

Printmaker: Alphonse Legros

Printer/Publisher: Alphonse Legros

Dimensions: Sheet: 18.3 x 14.7 cm

Image: 16.2 x 13.4 cm

Signature/Inscription: A. L.

C. Kinglsey

[on reverse] Al Legros, Autograph by C. Kingsley

Condition: Worn, spotted paper. Writing and foxing on back. Worn edges and worn embossment.
Medium: Etching with chine colle
Item 124: Welsh Drovers, 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: George Baxter, 1804-1867, English, active in London

Printmaker: George Baxter

Printer/Publisher: George Baxter

Dimensions: Sheet: 12.2 x 17.6 cm

Image: 5.8 x 9.3 cm

Condition: Wear on edges. Pencil marks on back. Some foxing. Printed then cut and pasted on heavier card paper. Machine-made wood pulp paper.
Medium: Baxter process: aquatint key plate with oil colors printed from wood engraved blocks
Signature/Inscription: Red seal mount on lower left "Welsh Drovers, Printed in Oil Colours by G. Baxter Patentee."
Item 129: Mr. Kean as Richard, Duke of Gloster, circa 1800sAdd to your cart.
 

Dimensions: Sheet: 22.2 x 19.4 cm

Images: 21.5 x 14.4 cm

Signature/Inscription: Mr. Kean as Richard, Duke of Gloster

Why I can smile & smile & murder when I smile.

Condition: Top edge is heavily worn. Dark spots/foxing. Small pinhole at top center.
Medium: Stipple and line engraving
Item 130: Balmoral Castle, 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: George Baxter (1804-1867), England, active 1824-1860

Printmaker: George Baxter

Printer/Publisher: George Baxter

Dimensions: Sheet: 12.4 x 17.5 cm

Image: 6 x 9.4 cm

Condition: Discoloration on back from gluing of print. Spots and stains. Ink looks good.
Medium: Baxter process, collaged onto paper.
Signature/Inscription: Balmoral Castle. Printed in Oil Colours by G. Baxter, The Inventor and Patentee. XI, North Hampton Square; Licenses granted to work the process.
Folder 14: Prints 131-140, circa 1800sAdd to your cart.
 
Item 134: The Windmill, circa 1800sAdd to your cart.
Designer: Sigimond Himely, French, 1801-1872
Condition: Creased top and bottom right corners.
Dimensions: 11.4 x 18.2 cm
Medium: Lithograph
Signature/Inscription: E. Himely
Item 140: Untitled [from "Views of Cottages" series], 1819Add to your cart.

Designer: Samuel Prout

Printmaker: Samuel Prout

Condition: Printed on nineteenth century wove paper as published for Prout's "Views of Cottages." The margins have been cropped to the image by previous owner.
Dimensions: 24.8 x 18.6 cm
Medium: Lithograph
Signature/Inscription: Samuel Prout, 1783, 1852, 3
Folder 15: Prints 141-150, circa 1800s-circa 1900sAdd to your cart.
 
Item 141: Girl with Mandolin, undatedAdd to your cart.
Designer: "EjG"

Dimensions: Sheet: 22.2 x 18.4 cm

Image: 20.3 x 16.7 cm

Condition: Stain on bottom left corner
Medium: Photolithography
Signature/Inscription: EjG
Item 143: Bala Lake, N. Wales, 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: George Baxter, 1804-1867, English, active in London

Printmaker: George Baxter

Printer/Publisher: George Baxter

Dimensions: Sheet: 12.3 x 16.8 cm

Image: 5.9 x 9.2 cm

Signature/Inscription: Red seal mount on lower left: "Bala Lake, N. Wales"

"Printed in Oil Colours by G. Baxter Patentee"

Condition: Wear on edges. Discoloration and foxing. Adhesive stains. Dirt smudges. Printed then cut and pasted on heavier card paper. Machine-made wood pulp paper.
Medium: Baxter process: aquatint key plate with oil colors printed from wood engraved blocks.
Item 144: Llangollen, 1850Add to your cart.

Designer: George Baxter, 1804-1867, English, based in London

Printmaker: George Baxter

Printer/Publisher: George Baxter

Dimensions: Sheet: 12.7 x 16.51 cm

Image: 6.8 x 9.9 cm

Condition: Slightly discolored. Foxing.
Medium: Baxter method
Signature/Inscription: Red seal mount, lower left corner: Llangollen, Printed in Oil Colours by G. Baxter, The Inventor and Patentee, XI North Hampton Square, Licenses Granted to Work the Process
Item 146: Pintails, circa 1900sAdd to your cart.

Designer: Benson B. Moore

Printmaker: Benson B. Moore

Printer/Publisher: Benson B. Moore

Dimensions: Sheet: 12.3 x 14 cm

Image: 8.6 x 11.4 cm

Signature/Inscription: Benson B. Moore

Pintails, 50

"To Mr. Korley with best wishes of the artist. April 16, 1943"

Condition: Slight tears along the sides. Mark on the back that may have been liquid.
Medium: Etching and hand coloring
Item 148: Portrait of a Young Woman, undatedAdd to your cart.
 

Dimensions: Sheet: 25 x 17 cm

Image; 16 x 12.3 cm

Condition: Poor condition. Lower left portion of paper is torn away. Paper above the plate impression is crinkled and damaged. Paper is very yellowed.
Medium: Dry point
Item 150: Die K. K. Reitschule in St. Leonhard, circa 1800sAdd to your cart.

Designer: C. Reichert, Austrian, 1836-1918

Printmaker: C. Adler, Hamburg, Germany

Printer/Publisher: Ant. Burger, Gratz, Germany

Signature/Inscription: C. Reichert gez.

C. Adler art Anstalt in Hamburg

Die K. K. Reitschule in St. Leonhard bei Gratz

Verlag von Ant. Burger in Gratz

Condition: Paper in slightly yellow with light brown spots.
Dimensions: 22 x 14 cm
Medium: Etching and engraving
Folder 16: Prints 151-160, circa 1800sAdd to your cart.
 
Item 151: Nuremberg, circa 1800sAdd to your cart.

Designer: Daniel Huntington (American, New York, 1816-1906)

Printmaker: William Humphrys (Irish, 1794-1865)

Dimensions: Sheet: 26.5 x 20 cm

Image: 10 x 13 cm

Condition: Slightly yellowed. Foxing. Fold on right side.
Medium: Steel etching
Signature/Inscription: D. Huntington, W. Humphrys, Nuremberg
Item 152: Cilli, circa 1800sAdd to your cart.

Designer: C. Reichert, Austrian, 1836-1918

Printmaker: C. Adler, Hamburg, Germany

Printer/Publisher: Ant. Burger in Graz, Germany

Signature/Inscription: Gezeichnet n C. Reichert

C Adler artist Anst in Hamburg

Cilli

Verlag v. A. Burger Gratz

Condition: Paper is slightly yellow with light brown spots. Faint Crease down middle of page.
Dimensions: 22 x 14 cm
Medium: Etching and engraving
Item 153_01: Advertisement for the Grand Hôtel De La Fleur, circa 1800sAdd to your cart.

Printmaker: Simon à Strasbourg

Printer/Publisher: Lithographic in Strasbourg

Signature/Inscription: Advertisement for the Grant Hôtel  De La Fleur

Lith d'Simon a Strasbrg, Grand Hôtel De La Fleur, Aguste Doerr à Strasbourg

Condition: Large brown smudge on left of image. Worn edges. Yellowing paper.
Dimensions: 9.2 x 11.8 cm
Medium: Lithograph
Item 153_02: Map and Bus Routes for Strasbourg and Grant Hôtel De La Fleur, circa 1800sAdd to your cart.

Printmaker: Simon à Strasbourg

Printer/Publisher: Lithgraphic in Strasbourg

Signature/Inscription: Map and Bus Routes for Strasbourg and Grand Hôtel De La Fleur

Plan de Strasbourg

Condition: Slight foxing on lower right of the image. Yellowing, worn edges.
Dimensions: 9.2 x 11.8 cm
Medium: Lithograph
Item 156: Le Jugement De Paris, circa 1700sAdd to your cart.

Designer: Adrian Van Der Werff, 1659-1722

Printmaker: Robert Lefevre

Printer/Publisher: Fr. Janet

Dimensions: Sheet: 29.5 x 21.3 cm

Image: 23 x 15.5 cm

Condition: Foxing
Medium: Stipple engraving
Signature/Inscription: A Paris chez Fr. Janet, Editeur, Quai Voltaire No. 1
Item 157: The City of Chester, circa 1840Add to your cart.

Designer: Alfred Sumners

Printmaker: William Horne Lizars, Edinburgh, 1788-1859

Printer/Publisher: T. Catherall Chester

Dimensions: Sheet: 22.1 x 28.3 cm

Image: 22.8 x 13.7 cm

Signature/Inscription: Alfred Sumners del

Eng'd by W. H. Lizars

The City of Chester

Published by T. Catherall Chester

Medium: Steel engraving and etching
Item 159: The Bosporous From the Euxinus, 1850sAdd to your cart.

Designer: C. Reiss, American or German, worked in New York

Printer/Publisher: Herman J. Meyer (1826-1909), German, worked in New York

Dimensions: Sheet: 29.9 x 19.4 cm

Image: 14.8 x 10.3 cm

Condition: Fine rag paper. Edges are sharp. Extremely good condition. Clean plate mark. Three binding holes along the right edge.
Medium: Steel engraving, state 1
Signature/Inscription: C. Reiss del
Item 160: Queen Elizabeth, Circa late 1800s, early 1900sAdd to your cart.

Designer: Federigo Zuccaro, Italian, active in Italy and London, 1540-1609

Printer/Publisher: Swan Electric Engraving Co., London, 1885-early 1900s

Dimensions: Sheet: 28.7 x 18.8 cm

Image: 19 x 12.7 cm

Signature/Inscription: Swan Electric Engraving Co.

Queen Elizabeth. From a painting probably by Federigo Zuccaro in the picture gallery at Siena.

Condition: Yellowed paper. Water damage on lower left corner. Stains along right edge, possibly foxing or from being glued into a book.
Medium: Photogravure
Folder 17: Prints 161-170, 1769-1860sAdd to your cart.
 
Item 161: No. 166 Johnson, 1769Add to your cart.

Designer: Joshua Reynolds, 1723-1792, English, painter in London

Printmaker: James Watson, 1739-1790, Irish, active in London

Printer/Publisher: R. Sayer, part of publishing firm active in London

Dimensions: Sheet: 24.6 x 18.8 cm

Image: 17.4 x 14.8 cm

Signature/Inscription: No. 166 Johnson

Joshua Reynolds pinxit

R. Sayer excudit

James Watson fecit

Condition: Wear on edges. Discoloration and foxing. Half inch tear in top right corner. Soiled margins. Machine-made wood pulp paper.
Medium: Mezzotint engraving reproduced in photograph
Item 162: The Butterfly, 1872Add to your cart.

Designer: W. B. Richmond, English

Printmaker: W. Wise, Painter and Etcher, English

Dimensions: Sheet: 35 x 24.6 cm

Image: 16 x 14.2 cm

Condition: Creasing in top portion of border. Browning round edges. Brown spots/foxing.
Medium: Etching
Signature/Inscription: W. Wise after W. B. Richmond
Item 163: Lighthouse Near Caldwell's Landing, 1838Add to your cart.

Designer: William Henry Bartlett (1809-1854), England, active 1835-1854

Printmaker: Henry Adlard, England, active 1824-1869

Printer/Publisher: Geo. Virtue

Signature/Inscription: Lighthouse Near Caldwell's Landing

Published For The Proprietors by Geo. Virtue, 26 Ivy Lane x'

(Hudson River) P. Hare. Presde Caldwell, debarcardere

Der lechtthurm Bei Der Neider lassung Caldwell

De Vuurtoren Bij De Aanlegplaats Van Caldwell

Condition: Browned edges. Spots/stains. Ink looks good.
Dimensions: Sheet: 20.8 x 27.3 cm
Medium: Engraving
Item 165: Dam Across the Red River Constructed by Col. Bailey, 1860sAdd to your cart.
 

Signature/Inscription: Kinnersley-Johnson, N.Y.

Dam Across the Red River. Constructed by Col. Bailey.

Condition: Frayed top edge. Brown spotting along right edge. Ghost of text on the back.
Dimensions: 16.6 x 25 cm
Medium: Line block
Item 166: Yale College and State House, 1831Add to your cart.

Designer: Alexander Jackson Davis, 1803-1892, American, active in New York City

Printmaker: Fenner, Sears & Co., 1829-1833, Britain, active in London

Printer/Publisher: Fenner, Sears & Co.

Signature/Inscription: 19. Drawn by J. A. Davis in New York

Engraved an printed by Fenner, Sears & Co.

Yale College and State House, Newhaven Connecticut

No. 29

Settlers en route

Purchasing the land

Condition: Foxing around edges and throughout. Fingerprints, snagged edges, small creases, and faded inscription on the right below image.
Dimensions: 18.5 x 27.3 cm
Medium: Steel engraving
Item 167: Joan of Arc in Prison, circa 1800sAdd to your cart.

Designer: Delaroche

Printmaker: J. Rodgers

Printer/Publisher: John Tallis & Company, London and New York

Signature/Inscription: Joan of Arc entering Orleans

Joan of Arc in Prison

King Henry the sixth part I, act 5

John Tallis and Company, London and New York

Painted by Delaroche and engraved by J. Rodgers

Condition: Torn edges and foxing
Dimensions: 27 x 18.4 cm
Medium: Engraving and roulette
Item 168: Mrs. Abbot as Miranda, 1859Add to your cart.
Printer/Publisher: Johnson, Fry & Company

Signature/Inscription: Mrs. Abbot as Miranda

"O, I have suffered with those that I saw suffer: a brave vessel. Who had no doubt some Noble Creature in her." Tempest Act 1, sc. 11.

Ent. According to Act of Congress, Al 1859. By Johnson, Fry & Co. in the District Office of the Dt of the Souther Dt of New York.

Condition: Taken from book. There are tears on edges, adhesive remnants on back of print.
Dimensions: 26.6 x 18.2 cm
Medium: Engraving
Item 169: View of San Francisco, California, 1851Add to your cart.

Designer: F. Palmer

Printmaker: N Currier

Printer/Publisher: Nathaniel Currier, American, worked in Spruce, NY, March 27, 1813-November 20, 1888

Dimensions: Sheet: 22.2 x 29 cm

Image: 14.5 x 24.2 cm

Signature/Inscription: View of San Francisco, California

Taken from Telegraph Hill, April 1850 by Wm. B McMurtrie, Draughtsman of the U.S. Surveying Expedition

Lith and pub. by Currier, 152 Nassau St. cor of Spruce NY

Condition: Tear and fold in top left. Tears in center and dirt smudge.
Medium: Lithograph, photomechanical
Item 170: Les Friands De Cerise, circa 1800sAdd to your cart.
Designer: Hamilton Hamilton (English, worked in New York 1847-1928)

Dimensions: Sheet: 23.5 x 32 cm

Image: 20.5 x 14 cm

Condition: Tear on top and right sides, yellowing.
Medium: Stone engraving, hand colored
Folder 18: Prints 171-174, 1812, 1939Add to your cart.
 
Item 172: Duke Wellington, 1812Add to your cart.
Designer: Francisco Jose de Goya, Spain, 1746-1828

Dimensions: Sheet: 28.5 x 19 cm

Image: 11.1 x 10.3 cm

Signature/Inscription: [signature is incomplete]

Duke of Wellington...[Fran]cisco Goya...[Britis]h Museum

Condition: Torn across page. Foxing.
Medium: Crayon manner in red/burnt sienna ink
Item 173: Dahlgren Hall, circa 1939Add to your cart.

Designer: Don Swann (Samuel Donovan Swann) 1889-1954, Baltimore

Printmaker: Don Swann

Dimensions: Sheet: 36.1 x 28.5 cm

Image: 19.4 x 14.8 cm

Signature/Inscription: Don Swann

DAHLGREN HALL, U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY

Includes extra inscription with text: "DAHLGREN HALL, This etching depicts one of the main buildings of the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. It is here that Graduation Exercises, Drills, the June Ball, and many other activities take place. This is a signed limited edition etching by Baltimore's nationally-known artist Don Swann.

Condition: Well preserved, print is in fold behind paper window.
Medium: Etching
Item 174: Cavern in the Pictured Rocks, (Lake Superior), circa 1800sAdd to your cart.

Designer: Seth Eastman (1808-1875), American, worked in United States

Printmaker: J. T. Bowen (19th century), American, worked in Philadelphia

Printer/Publisher: J. T. Bowen

Dimensions: Sheet: 32.5 x 25 cm

Image: 18.9 x 14.2 cm

Condition: Printed on pulp paper. Tearing along the top and bottom edges. Uneven browning of the paper, especially along the top and bottom edges. Area of rectangular shape in the middle of the page covering the image that has minimal yellowing. Tear in the bottom right corner, paper missing. Two folds in the top left corner.
Medium: Two-color lithograph, probably hand colored, state 1
Signature/Inscription: Drawn by Captain S. Eastman from a sketch by H. R. Schoolcraft, Esq.

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