Medium: Seriagraph on black with hand-coloring washes Dimensions: 34 x 25 1/2 inches Artist details: American, 1898 - 1969 Date of impression: 1963 Edition: Unspecified, 34 known impressions Reference: P52
Medium: Hand-colored etching Dimensions: 7 3/4 x 6 1/2 inches Signature: Signed in the plate Artist details: French, 1883 - 1956 Date finished: 1946 Edition: 300 Reference: M. 238 Condition: Excellent.
George C. Wales
American Ships X (Frigates Constellation 38 and Boston 28, 1800)
Series: The Birds of New Guinea and the Adjacent Papuan Island Medium: Hand-colored lithograph Dimensions: 21 3/8 x 14 3/8 inches (sheet) Artist details: English, 1804 - 1881 Date finished: 1875 Edition: First Edition Printer: William Hart & Mintern Brothers Publisher: Sotheran, London
Series: The Birds of New Guinea and the Adjacent Papuan Island Medium: Hand-colored lithograph.Drawing and lithography by William Hart Dimensions: 19 x 13 inches Artist details: English, 1804 - 1881 Date finished: 1875-1888 Printer: Mintern Brothers, lithography by William Hart Condition: Light toning, with some spots of foxing.
Series: The Birds of Great Britain Medium: Hand-colored lithograph Dimensions: 21 3/8 x 14 3/8 inches (sheet) Artist details: English, 1804 - 1881 Date finished: 1873 Edition: First Edition Printer: Gould & Richter Publisher: John Gould, London
Series: The New Best 50 Medium: Lithograph with hand-coloring Dimensions: 8 x 12-1/2 inches Artist details: 1857 - 1907 Reference: cunningham 4117 Condition: Mat burn, toned, adhesive residue along bottom edge verso
Medium: Woodcut with hand-coloring Dimensions: 15 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches Signature: Stamped signature Artist details: French, 1868 - 1941 Date finished: 1892 Condition: Faded; mounted
Also identified as Le Depart Du Chevalier.
Recommended by Paige (Collections Manager): "Émile Bernard was an important and well-connected artist of the late 1800s, though his name is not as well-known. Bernard worked closely with Paul Cézanne, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Henri Toulouse-Lautrec and others and is considered a pioneer of several modern art movements. Later in life, he made an interesting turn away from such innovative and experimental modern styles back to earlier imagery, like the High Renaissance. La Mort Du Chevalier has a classical feeling, but with some modern elements, like the coloring and facial expressions. I appreciate Bernard's choice to combine a more traditional style and figures with a newer palette and details – the flowers seem to droop in sympathy with the maiden and she lifts her head to the heavens but keeps her eyes closed."
Series: Semblant Series Medium: Lithograph, hand coloring Dimensions: 10 x 9 inches (Image) 13 1/4 x 11 inches (Sheet) Signature: Signed Artist details: American, 1922 - 2000 Date of impression: 1990 Edition: 9/20