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Frederick Mershimer
New York Stock Exchange
Frederick Mershimer
High Finance
Kenneth Davies
The Andrea Da Messina Portrait
John Edward Costigan
Springtime
R. C. Lee
Rocky Shore
Sydney Mackenzie Litten
In Shore
Sydney Mackenzie Litten
Return To The Ship
Jean-Jacques Grandville
C'etait maman Kangourou (It was Mama Kangaroo)
Jean-Jacques Grandville
Les occupations de ma vie contemplative etaient fort simples (The occupations of my contemplative life were very simple)
Jean-Jacques Grandville
J'eus le manchon ...? (I had the muff ...?)
Jean-Jacques Grandville
Son fils qui lui ressemblait en tout ... (His son who resembled him in everything ...)
Jay Steensma
Chalice / Christening Cup
Thomas Bowen
A New An Accurate Map Of Spain and Portugal
Thomas Rowlandson
Dr. Syntax Disputing his Bill
Thomas Rowlandson
Dr. Syntax Robb'd of His Property
Thomas Rowlandson
Dr. Syntax Amused with Pat in the Pond
Thomas Rowlandson
Dr. Syntax & the Foundling
Thomas Rowlandson
Dr. Syntax The Banns Forbidden
Thomas Rowlandson
Dr. Syntax Setting Out On His Second Tour
Thomas Rowlandson
Dr. Syntax with the skimmington Riders
Thomas Rowlandson
Dr. Syntax Making a Discovery

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Masters of Reduction Woodcut

Traditional color woodcuts are printed from separate blocks, one created for each color. In reduction woodcut the colors are all printed from one block, each color in succession (usually light to dark), as the original surface of the block is cut away or reduced. This produces rich, layered, painterly prints.

Martin Lewis

Martin Lewis (Australian / American, 1881–1962) is largely regarded as one of the great chroniclers of urban and suburban American life.  His keen ability to capture the atmospheric effects of light coupled with his advanced technical skills in etching and drypoint have made Lewis one of the most sought-after printmakers of the 20th century.

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