1. DIE GANTZE WELT IN EIN KLEBERBLAT, WELCHES IST DER STADT HANNOVER MEINES LIEBEN VATERLANDES WAPEN. Heinrich Bunting. Woodblock, c. 1581. The world displayed as a clover leaf. A fascinating and early map. The map presents a Holy Land-centric look at the earth, based upon the Scriptures, with Jerusalem at the center of the World, based upon the T-O world map model which was prevalent in medieval maps. Europe, Africa and Asia are within the 3 clover leaves, while England, Scandinavia and America lie outside the primary circles. Bunting was a theological commentator from Hanover. He first published his Itinerarium Sacrae Scriptura in 1581. The work is famous among collectors as one of the great compilations of thematic maps, including Europe as a Queen and Asia as Pegasus. The ocean includes monsters, mermaids and a large sailing vessel. The work was reprinted at least 10 times in several languages over the next 70 years. German text on verso. Image size 10 x 14 1/4" (254 x 362 mm) plus title, text and margins. Good condition save for some paper repairs along lower centerfold. One tear in lower right portion of image. Professionally repaired. Attractive modern hand-coloring. Shirley, R. Mapping of the World 142. #6768.2 $6,950.
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2. AUTUMN WOODCOCK. Arthur B. Frost. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. Chromolithograph, 1895-96. From A. B. Frost's Shooting Pictures. The portfolio contained twelve images of various shooting scenes from upland gunning to water-fowling. Issued on card (a thin sheet of paper attached to a heavier stock). Removed from original mounting board. Accompanied by sheet of text and clipped signature from old mat. Image size 12 7/8 x 19 7/8" (324 x 496 mm). Good condition, slight fading. #14471.2 $950.
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3 Autumn has arrived, and with it comes the anticipation and memory of hunting for many of our collectors. So we honor the tradition with a number of sporting prints in this issue. Still infused with the spirit of performing arts enlivening our gallery walls this summer, we also offer a few works from Per-Form. On exhibit currently is Alessandro Mastro-Valerio: A Retrospective. From his earliest drypoints to his later experimentation with mezzotints and aquatints, Alessandro MastroValerio (1887-1953) explored the female form through much of his 22 years of printmaking. Stumbling upon a display of mezzotint engravings at the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago, 1933, he was intrigued by the printing method. Mastering the medium quickly, he published his first mezzotint in 1934, and one of his earliest mezzotints, “Morning,” was chosen for Fine Prints of the Year in 1935. Rich in tonality, Mastro-Valerio’s prints glow and breathe, filled with quiet emotion – one that resonates deeply with viewers. Two brief departures from the female form occurred in the years 1931–1933, when he produced mostly landscapes, and in the last several years of his printmaking career, 1950–1952, when his prints were pure abstractions, created from continuous, or single bite aquatints. “Motif in Seascape,” the 1949 Canon Prize winner, and several original plates are in the show, which runs through November 9th. As a participant in FAD Georgetown 2013, an event promoting Georgetown as a cultural district and prominent resource for Fashion, Art & Design, The Old Print Gallery is presenting Fresh Cuts: Through the Matrix. On Saturday, October 12th, we will host a demonstration, film screening and talk with acclaimed DC printmaker and documentary film director, Susan Goldman. Goldman’s film, Midwest Matrix TM will be screened for the first time in DC from 2-4 pm and at 4 pm Goldman will do an informal Q&A about her documentary. Visit our website:
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3. FOSSE DANCER. Maya Hardin. Soft-ground, 2000. Edition 10. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil. Inscribed “7/10.” Image size 21 1/8 x 17 7/16" (550 x 444 mm). Very good condition. #35541.1 $300.
4 4. PATRICK HENRY DELIVERING HIS CELEBRATED SPEECH IN THE HOUSE OF BURGESSES, VIRGINIA. A.D. 1765. P. F. Rothermel. Published by the Art Union of Philadelphia. Engraving, 1852. Engraved by Alfred Jones. Printed by Jas. Irwin. A vibrant and dramatic scene of Henry's defiant speech criticizing the recently imposed Stamp Act. A handsome engraving. Image size 22 3/8 x 17 11/16" (567 x 449 mm). Very good condition. #68817.1 $1,750.
5. PATRIAE PATER. : ENGRAVED FROM THE ORIGINAL PAINTING OF WASHINGTON FROM LIFE BY REMBRANDT PEALE. : RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES. Rembrandt Peale. Stipple engraving on chine-colle, undated, printed c. 1870. Rembrandt Peale pinxt. Adam B. Walter sculpt.. One of the great 19th-century portraits of Washington, often called the "porthole portrait." According to Charles Henry Hart in Catalogue of the Engraved Portraits of Washington, there are five states of this print and he lists it as a mezzotint although it is a stipple engraving. This impression is the fifth state. Image size 19 x 15 1/16" (482 x 382 mm). Very good condition, save repaired marginal tear. Hart, Catalogue, 867d. Baker 384. #50849.2 $3,250.
5 6. B. FRANKLIN OF PHILADELPHIA. L.L.D. F.R.S. Benjamin Wilson. Mezzotint engraving, 1761. Engraved by James McArdell (1728-1765). Second state of two. The painter, Wilson, was also an experimenter with electricity. He met Franklin soon after his arrival in London and received Franklin commissions to paint family members. Here Franklin is depicted with a book titled "Electric Expts." A static-electricity machine (the glass globe on a table) appears at right. To the rear, a bolt of lightning strikes down toward a distant city. Image size 11 13/16 x 9 11/16" (300 x 246 mm). Good condition, with 1/8" or better margins top and side, which is unusual. Cresswell, The American Revolution in Drawings and Prints 57. Sellers, Wilson 5, pl. 2. #56275.1 $4,000. 7. IOHN PAUL JONES, COMMANDER OF A SQUADRON IN THE SERVICE OF THE THIRTEEN UNITED STATES OF NORTH AMERICA 1779. Mezzotint, c. 1779. Scarce anonymous English mezzotint engraving of Americaâ€™s first great naval hero, c. 1779. Later issue. (The drawing is sometimes attributed to Richard Brookshaw. The German engraver Johann Haid used the same portrait for his own mezzotint.) Jones is depicted three-quarter length, in uniform, holding a telescope in his right arm and an anchor in his left hand. To the rear is a burning ship. Jones is considered Americaâ€™s most famous naval hero even though the British called him a pirate because of his raids along the Irish coast. His greatest victory was the capture of the British Serapis by his flagship Bonhomme Richard in 1779. Black and white. Image size 12 1/8 x 9 5/8" (306 x 244 mm). Very good condition with time-toning, save marginal repair. Black and white. Olds, I.S. Bits and Pieces 457. 44535.1 $4,000.
8. PALESTINAE SIVE TOTIUS TERRAE PROMISSIONIS NOVA DESCRIPTIO AVCTORE TILEMANNO STELLA SIGENENSI. Abraham Ortelius. Hand-colored copper plate engraving, 1570 (1573). A fine map of Palestine or the Holy Land. Cartographically, this map is based on a 1557 map of the region by Tilleman Stella. Stella's map, as issued by Ortelius, became the prototype for "modern" maps of the Holy Land. This map covers an area from the Nile delta to the Phoenician coast and was centered on the desert of the Exodus. Well embellished with beautiful strapwork cartouches, sailing ships and neoclassical figures. 1573 German text edition. Image size 13 3/4 x 18 1/2" (348 x 471 mm). Good condition save for repaired splitting along centerfold. Van den Broecke, 170. #63788.1 $1,375.
9. PERSICI VEL SOPHORUM REGNI TIPUS. Gerard Mercator. Published by Johann Cloppenburgh, Amsterdam. Copper engraving, 1630. Antique map from Atlas Sive Cosmographicae Meditationes by Gerard Mercator and Jodocus Hondius. This is the scarcer, large-format edition of the Atlas Minor. Most of the maps were engraved by Pieter van den Keere. Image size 7 3/8 x 10 1/8" (184 x 257mm). Fine condition. Black and white. Koeman Me 198. #48794.1 $365.
10. JERUSALEM. Olfert Dapper. Copperplate engraving, c. 1677. A fine bird's-eye view of Jerusalem shown from the east. It is based on a drawing made in 1578 by Bernardino Amico. It depicts an accurate picture of the city as it appeared after the walls were rebuilt by Suleiman the Magnificent (1520-1566). Numbered legends at the bottom identify 45 holy sites and historical landmarks. Image size 11 x 14 1/8" (279 x 360 mm) plus key and margins. Very good condition. Black & white. Laor, Eran, Maps of the Holy Land 998. #81364.1 $650.
7 11. AMERICAE SIVE NOVI ORBIS, NOVA DESCRIPTIO. Sebastain Munster. Published by Sebastain Petri, Basel. Woodcut, 1588. This influential woodcut map is from Munster’s Cosmographia, was based on Ortelius’ 1570 map, with the bulge on the west coast of South America. This map replaced the earlier and highly speculative Munster map of 1540. A secondary title in German appears above the map, "Die newen Inseln so hinder Hispania Gegen Orient bey dem Landt Indie Gelegen". 1628 edition. Image size 12 1/8 x 14 1/8" (306 x 360 mm) plus margins. Very good condition; black and white. Burden, P. The Mapping of North America, 67. #42556.3 $2,800. (Including current museum grade framing: $3,100) 12. NOV. ORBIS SIVE AMERICA SEPTENTRIONALIS. DIVISA PER SUA REGNA PROVINC: ET INSUL: CURA ET OPERA. George Matthaus Seutter. Published by George Matthaus Seutter, Augsburg. Copper plate engraving, c. 1744. North America with California an island based on the second Sanson model. The routes of the early explorers are shown. Embellished with a large cartouche featuring natives and birds. Engraved by Tobias Conrad Lotter. 2nd state with "Cum pr. S.R.I. Vicariat" bottom center. Image size 7 5/8 x 10 1/8" (193 x 257 mm). Good condition. Original color. McLaughlin, G. California as an Island 221, 2nd state. #73337.1 $795. 13. A GENERAL CHART EXHIBITING THE DISCOVERIES MADE BY CAPTN. JAMES COOK IN THIS AND HIS TWO PRECEEDING VOYAGES; WITH THE TRACKS OF THE SHIPS UNDER HIS COMMAND. Henry Roberts. Published by Order of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. London. Engraving, 1784. A large scale map of the world on Mercator's projection by Lieutenant Henry Roberts. Roberts was the Masters Mate on Cook's third voyage and was given the task of compiling the surveys for the trip. This chart delineates the tracks for each of Cook's voyages by color. Many dates and sightings are recorded. A handsome chart. This chart appeared in "A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean... for making discoveries in the Northern Hemisphere... Performed under the direction of Captains Cook, Clerke, and Gore, in his Majesty's ships the Resolution and Discovery. In the years 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779, and 1780." Image size 21 x 35 3/8" (535 x 896 mm). Good condition. Original hand-coloring. #57472.1 $2,500.
8 14. MAP OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD AND CONNECTIONS JUNE 1875. F. T. Newbery. No publisher's name given but likely the Southern Pacific Railroad Company. Chromolithograph, 1875. Rare promotional map for the Southern Pacific Railroad. This map was published more than a year before the line was completed and is the earliest known map focused on the general lines of the Southern Pacific Railroad. The line between Los Angeles and San Francisco was not completed until September 5, 1876. The map is a great rarity. OCLC lists a single copy in the collection of UC Santa Barbara. The Huntington holds an 1877 broadside published in Omaha which includes this map as in inset. In 1865, a group of businessmen in San Francisco, led by Timothy Phelps, founded the Southern Pacific Railroad to build a rail connection between San Francisco and San Diego. In September 1868, Charles Crocker, Leland Stanford, Mark Hopkins and Collis Huntington purchased the SPRR and merged it with the CPRR. In November 8, 1874, the SPRR tracks had reached Bakersfield and work was commenced on the Tehachapi Loop. By September 5, 1876, the first train from San Francisco arrived in Los Angeles after traveling over the newly completed Tehachapi Loop. It would be another year before the line reached Yuma, Arizona, as noted on the map. The credit on the map is to F.T. Newbery, who prepared several other maps for the Union Pacific in the 1880s. Other items published by Newbery were credited by OCLC as having been published in Omaha and San Francisco. Image size 14 x 12 1/4". Good condition save for some rodent damage in upper right margin. #76345.5 $2,200.
15. ORNAMENTAL MAP OF THE UNITED STATES & MEXICO. 1847. Humphrey Phelps. Published by H. Phelps, No. 144 Fulton Street, near Broadway, New York. Wood engraving, 1846-47. A decorative broadside map produced during the Mexican-American War. The map shows the entire U.S. and Mexico with a separately colored Texas, Mexico, Oregon and California. It delineates the proposed transcontinental railroad. Along the upper quarter are three portraits: Cortez, George Washington and Montezuma. Along the lower quarter are portraits of Mexican General Santa Anna and American General Zachary Taylor. Surrounding the lower portraits is descriptive and statistical information on the U.S., Mexico, Oregon, and California. Also includes images of seals of the U.S. and Mexico as well as the Great Temple to the Sun that was destroyed by Cortez in 1521. Sheet size, 28 5/8 x 21 3/16" (728 x 538 mm). Good condition save for a tear in the lower central portion of the map which has been professionally repaired. Backed on rice paper. Original hand-coloring. #51744.1 $3,500.
9 16. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, CORRECTED & IMPROVED FROM THE BEST AUTHORITIES. Benjamin Warner. Published by B. Warner, Philadelphia. Engraving, 1820. One of the earliest separately published maps to show the United States from coast to coast. The map shows a Michigan Territory, a double-wide Arkansas Territory, and Northwest Territory (Minnesota and Wisconsin). Removed from original covers. Image size 16 1/2 x 25 1/4" (420 x 644 mm) plus hairline margins. Good condition and color. Backed on rice paper. Phillips, Maps, p. 881; Wheat 341. #66668.1 $1,750. 17. MAP OF THE STATE OF OHIO… INCLUDING THE INDIAN RESERVATION, PURCHASED AND LAID OUT INTO COUNTIES AND TOWNSHIPS IN 1820. J. Kilbourne. Copper engraving, July 1820. Drawn by A. Bourne and J. Kilbourne. Engraved by A. Reed. E. Windsor, Connecticut, July 1820. Issued in Caleb Atwater’s Description of the Antiquities Discovered in the State of Ohio and Other Western States and in Transactions of the American Antiquarian Society. This map is significant because it is the “result of the combined efforts of two of Ohio’s leading early l9th century mapmakers,” writes Thomas Smith in The Mapping of Ohio. The map shows 70 counties, major roads, and the most important incorporated settlements. Image size 19 x 16 5/16" (485 x 415 mm). Good condition save two expertly repaired 2" tears from left and the usual partially extended right margin. Smith, Mapping of Ohio, p. 167-8. Phillips, Maps, p. 627. #56534.1 $850. 18. [AMERICAN INTERIOR] John Gibson. Published in Gentleman's Magazine, London, June 1763. Copper engraving. Issued at the end of the French and Indian War, this English map of the American interior shows the southern colonies extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River. To the west, the map shows topographical features, the lands of various Indian tribes and Lahontan’s non-existent lake to the north. Image size 7 x 9 7/16" (178 x 240mm). Fine condition. Black and white. Jolly, Maps of America, 220. 46871.2 $350.
19. WOODCOCK SHOOTING. A. B. Frost. Published by Harper's Weekly. Hand-colored photo-engraving, Sept. 9, 1893. A double page fold-out from Harper's Weekly. Good condition. #46837.1 $325. 20. WOODCOCK SHOOTING. PL. 9. Thomas Doughty. Published by J. & T. Doughty, Philadelphia. Lithograph, handcolored, 1830-33. Printed by Childs & Inman Press. From the Cabinet of Natural History, and American Rural Sports - 48 lithographs issued monthly via subscription. It was the first major book published in the United States to be illustrated with hand colored lithographs. Image size 6 5/8 x 8 3/8" (168 x 213 mm) plus title and margins. Fine condition and color. #49179.2 $275. 21. GOOSE SHOOTING. Frederic Remington. Published by Bradlee Whidden, Boston. Chromolithograph, 188990. A print from a portfolio entitled Sport or Fishing and Shooting. The total series consisted of fifteen different prints by various famous artists. The prints do not have printed titles. The titles are from the descriptive text which accompanies the complete set. The original text is not available. Image size 12 x 18" (305 x 457 mm) plus margins. Fine condition and color. #8305.6 $450.
22. AMERICAN FIELD SPORTS. : "RETRIEVING." Arthur F. Tait. Published by Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St, New York. Two-stone lithograph, hand-colored, 1857. On stone by Ch. Parsons. Large folio - image size 18 3/4 x 26 3/4" (476 x 679 mm). Good condition with somewhat faded color, save for tear in the title margin to image edge. Conningham 151. Gale 164. #3302.2 $4,000.
23. DOG, BOY AND CLUMBER SPANIELS. G B. Goddard. Published by The Illustrated London News. Wood engraving, Nov. 9, 1872. A rural scene showing a boy with the game he has hunted, surrounded by the dogs. Image size 12 1/2 x 19 1/4" (316 x 489 mm). Hand-colored double page centerfold. Fine condition. Backed with Japan. #50053.1 $285.
24. FLAT-COATED RETRIEVER. Published by Cassell & Co. Ltd. Wood engraving, c. 1885. From The Illustrated Book of the Dog by Vero Shaw and G. A. Cantab. Image size 8 3/4 x 6 5/8". Good condition with modern hand color save light surface scratch at top. #66888.1 $75.
25. SNIPE SHOOTING. A. B. Frost. Published by Harper's Weekly. Hand-colored photo engraving, May 21, 1892. A double page fold-out from Harper's Weekly. Image size 13 5/8 x 20 1/4" (346 x 515 mm). Good condition. Backed with Japan. #46830.1 $325.
26. MALLARD SHOOTING. Sherman F. Denton. Published by Bradlee Whidden, Boston. Chromolithograph, 1889-90. A print from a portfolio entitled Sport or Fishing and Shooting. The prints do not have printed titles. The titles are from the descriptive text which accompanies the complete set. The original text is not available. Image size 12 x 18â€? (305 x 457 mm). Fine condition and color. #8293.9 $250.
27. SNIPE SHOOTING. Fanny F. Palmer. Published by N. Currier, 152 Nassau St., New York. Two-color lithograph hand-colored, 1852. From nature and on stone by F. F. Palmer. Large folio - image size 12 3/4 x 20" (324 x 509 mm). Good condition and color. Conningham 5577. Gale 5974. #34261.3 $4,200. 28. AMERICAN SNIPE. Alexander Pope, Jr. Published Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. Chromolithograph, 1878. From Upland Game Birds and Waterfowl of The United States. Printed by Armstrong & Co. Mounted on a card as issued. Alexander Pope, Jr., was an American sculptor and painter today known primarily for this series on game birds and a similar one on dogs. The simple composition and clear color of these chromolithographs have made them desired collector's items ever since their creation. Image size 14 x 20" (354 x 509 mm). Good condition. #23765.4 $550. 29. RAIL. PL. 18. Thomas Doughty. Published by J. & T. Doughty, Philadelphia. Lithograph, hand-colored, 1830-33. Printed by Childs & Inman Press. From the Cabinet of Natural History, and American Rural Sports - 48 lithographs issued monthly via subscription. It was the first major book published in the United States to be illustrated with hand-colored lithographs. Image size 6 5/8 x 8 5/8" (168 x 217 mm) plus title and margins. Good condition with original color, save a few small spots. #49186.1 $265.
14 30. GOOSANDER. GOLDEN EYE. PL. 10. Thomas Doughty. Published by J. & T. Doughty, Philadelphia. Lithograph, hand-colored, 1830-33. Printed by Childs & Inman Press. From the Cabinet of Natural History, and American Rural Sports. It was the first major book published in the United States to be illustrated with hand colored lithographs. Image size 6 5/8 x 8 5/8" (168 x 217 mm) plus title and margins. Good condition with original color. #49185.1 $245.
31. CANVAS-BACK DUCK. RED-HEADED DUCK. PL. 4. VL. 2. Thomas Doughty. Published by J. & T. Doughty, Philadelphia. Lithograph, hand colored, 1830-33. Lithographed by Childs & Inman. From the Cabinet of Natural History and Rural Sports. Average size 6 1/2 x 8 1/2" (167 x 217 mm). Good condition with original color save spot in left margin. #49191.1 $245.
32. BLUE CRANE. HUDSONIAN GODWIT. PL. 14, VOL. 2. Published by J. & T. Doughty, Philadelphia. Lithograph, handcolored, 1830-33. Lithographed by Childs & Inman. From the Cabinet of Natural History and Rural Sports. Average size 6 1/2 x 8 1/2" (167 x 217 mm). Good condition with original color. #49192 $235.
15 33. GOLDEN EYE DUCK. (MALE AND FEMALE). PL. 405. John James Audubon. Lithograph, hand-colored, 184044. From the first octavo edition of The Birds of America. Printed and colored by J. T. Bowen, Philadelphia. Average paper size 6 1/2 x 10 1/4" (167 x 261 mm). Good condition and color. #3061.4 $525.
34. HARLEQUIN DUCK. (OLD MALE, FEMALE, YOUNG MALE). PL. 409. John James Audubon. Lithograph, hand-colored, 1840-44. From the first octavo edition of The Birds of America. Printed and colored by J. T. Bowen, Philadelphia. Average paper size 10 1/4 x 6 3/8" (259 x 162 mm). Good condition and color. #32491.2 $500.
35. GANNET (YOUNG). GANNET (ADULT). PL. 18. VOL 2. J. G. Clonney. Published by J. & T. Doughty, Phildelphia. Lithograph, hand-colored, 1830-33. Lithographed by Mesier's Lith. From the Cabinet of Natural History and Rural Sports -- the earliest major sporting book with colored plates to be published in America. Image size 6 1/2 x 8 1/2" (167 x 217 mm). Good condition with original color. #49201.1 $245.
16 36. VIEW GENERAL OF THE CITY OF HAVANA OF AMERIQUE. VUE GENERALE DE LA VILLE DE HAVANNE EN AMERIQUE. Published by Daumont, rue St. Martin, Paris. Copper engraving, hand-colored, c. 1755. A dramatic "vue d'optique" of Cuba’s great capital city. Looking shoreward from the sea, this view depicts the city with Morro Castle and many church spires. Various kinds of sea vessels fill the foreground, which is dominated by a large Spanish galleon. As is typical for vue d'optiques, the title appears in reverse above the image. Image size 10 1/8 x 14 1/4" (258 x 360 mm). Good condition with original color. #81402.1 $850. 37. JERUSALEM MIDDEN IN HET JOODFCHE LANT… Petrus Schenk. Copper plate engraving, 1702. This is a scarce view of Jerusalem from Schenk's important town atlas. Taken from Cornelius de Bruyn's panorama of the city in a reduced format. The Latin title is at lower right, “Hierosolyma Judeae medeterranean urbs.... “ Image size 7 7/8 x 10 1/8" (200 x 257 mm) plus title and margins. Very good condition. Hand-colored. #81366.1 $975.
38. COUR DU LOUVRE. NO. 4. Phillippe Benoist. Published by Charpentier, quai des Augustins, 55, Paris. Toned lithograph, hand-colored, c. 1860. Figures by A. Bayot. Lithographed by Nantes. From Paris dans sa Splendeur. Image size 9 7/8 x 14 1/4" (251 x 361 mm). Fine condition with modern hand-color. #50125.1 $285.
17 39. GIBRALTAR. Tirpenne. Published by L. Turgis, Paris. Lithograph, hand-colored, backed by India paper, c. 1860. From Ports de mer d'Europe â€“ Espagne. Image size 12 1/8 x 19" (310 x 482 mm). Good condition and color, save repaired marginal tears. #46581.1 $485.
40. PALAIS IMPERIAL DE PETROVSKOI PRES DE MOSCOU. Andre Durand. Published by Ernest Bourdin, Paris. Toned lithograph, hand colored, c. 1860. Drawn from nature and on stone by Andre Durand and Raffet. From Anatole de Demidoff's Voyage Pittoresque et Archeologique en Russie. Printed by Auguste Bry. A renowned Russian traveler, philanthropist and art patron, Demidoff was married to Princess Matilde Bonaparte, daughter of Joseph Bonaparte. Image size 10 1/2 x 17" (265 x 431 mm). Good condition with old color. #51417.1 $385. 41. VUE LATERALE DU CHATEAU DE CHAUMONT, SUR LA LOIRE. Copper engraving, handcolored, undated. Attractive scene depicting a French chateau in a country setting above the Loire River. Engraved by Piringer and Perdoux after Ct. Bourgeois. Image size 10 3/4 x 16 3/16" (271 x 412 mm). Good condition with modern color. #50161.1 $365.
18 Three copper engravings from ENGLISH THEATERS [Great Britain] published by Robert Wilkinson, London. Paper size 13 x 10â€? (332 x 255 mm). Fine condition and color.
42. ARENA OF ASTLEY'S AMPHITHEATRE, SURREY ROAD. George E. Jones. 1815. E ngraved by W. Wise after Geo. Jones. #50677.1 $285.
43. E.N.E. VIEW OF COVENT GARDEN THEATRE FROM BOW STREET. C. J. M. Whichet. 1813. Engraved by W. Wise after C. J. M. Whichet. #50672.1 $285.
44. THE THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY LANE. W. Capon. 1811. Engraved by W. Wise after W. Capon. #50673.1 $285.
45. COVENT GARDEN THEATRE. Thomas Rowlandson. Published by R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts, 101 Strand, London. Aquatint, original hand-color, 1808-10. From THE MICROCOSM OF LONDON. Drawn and engraved by Thomas Rowlandson and Charles Augustus Pugin; aquatinted by Hill, Stadler and Bluck. The architectural draftsmanship of Pugin combines with Rowlandson's charming figures in these prints to provide the best known and appreciated mirror of London manners, commerce and society at the beginning of the 19th century. Image size 7 3/4 x 10 1/4" (197 x 260 mm). Fine condition and color. #50652.1 $350. 46. SHAKSPEARE. TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. ACT V. SCENE III. Angelica Kauffman. Stipple engraving, 1796. Engraved by L. Schiavonetti. From A Collection of Prints from the Pictures Painted for the Purpose of Illustrating the Dramatic Works of Shakespeare, published 1803-1805. This work was John Boydell's life-long ambition. His prints are the best-known illustrations of the great playwright's work. Image size 17 1/4 x 23 1/8" (440 x 588 mm). Good condition save set into new margins. #45181.1 $325.
19 47. HAIL AND FAREWELL. Rockwell Kent. Wood engraving. 1930. Edition 120. Signed in pencil. Image size 7 15/16 x 5 7/16" (203 x 139 mm). Very good condition. Burne Jones 55. #37460.2 $4,500.
48. EVENING MUSIC. Doel Reed. Published by The Associated American Artists. Aquatint, 1946. Special plate published in an edition of 100 prints. Signed in pencil by the artist. Image Size: 15 13/16 x 11 3/16" (403 x 287mm). Very good condition. #56076.1 $2,600.
49. DANCER KREUTZBERG IV IN LIGHT. Eugene C. Fitsch. Lithograph, 1933. Edition 6. Signed, titled and dated in pencil. Inscribed "4/6." Image size 11 3/4 x 8 13/16" (299 x 223 mm). Very good condition. #12408.1 $600.
50. SPOLETO DUO "F". Robert Cook. Bronze, unique, 1978. Signed. Made with the lost wax process. Inspired by dancers at the Festival dei Due Monde (Festival of Two Worlds), an annual summer music and opera festival held in Spoleto, Italy. 9" tall (228 mm). Very good condition. #81594.1 $3,000.
51. CENTER RING. Robert Riggs. Lithograph, 1933. Edition unknown. Signed and titled in pencil. According to Bassham, "the equestrian performers are the Reiffenach sisters, billed as two beautiful ladies from the Ural Mountains…" Image size 14 15/16 x 19 5/16" (363 x 491 mm). Very good condition, save for small tear in the outer edge of the bottom margin. Bassham 30. #15836.1 $3,850.
53. SETTING THE LIGHTS. Eugene C. Fitsch. Lithograph, c. 1935. Edition 16. Signed and titled in pencil and inscribed "12/16." Image size 12 3/16 x 9 9/16" (310 x 243 mm). Very good condition. #152.2 $750.
52. ON THE HIGH WIRE. [NEW YORK, NY.] Ellen Nathan Singer. Woodcut, 2010. Edition 10. Signed and titled in pencil. Inscribed “4/10.” Image size 9 x 7 1/16" (229 x 179 mm). Very good condition. #69438.1 $175.
54. CARNEGIE HALL REHEARSAL. Eugene C. Fitsch. Lithograph, undated. Edition 16. Signed in pen. Inscribed "16/16." Image size 10 7/8 x 16 7/8" (278 x 415 mm). Good condition. F 84. #26213.1 $750.
55. VIBRATO II. Stanley Kaplan. Color linocut, 2006. Edition 25. Signed and titled in pencil. Inscribed “13/25.” Image size 12 x 18" (305 x 457 mm). Very good condition. #42709.1 $500. 57. ZASIS IV. Stanley Kaplan. Soft ground, aquatint, and etching, 1979. Edition 50. Inscribed "3/50." Image size 11 7/8 x 17 5/8" (302 x 447 mm). Very good condition. #878.1 $300.
56. THE JAZZ MUSICIANS #1. Bruce Waldman. Etching, 1992. Artist’s proof. Signed and titled in pencil. Inscribed “A/P.” Image size 11 15/16 x 8 13/16" (303 x 223 mm). Very good condition. #36177.4 $275.
22 58. REVERIE. Alessandro Mastro-Valerio. Mezzotint, 1942. Edition 35. Some impressions inscribed edition 30. Estate signed, inscribed with artist's name and initialed "N.M.V.", Nola Mastro-Valerio, the artistâ€™s wife. Image size 6 3/4 x 6 11/16" (171 x 176 mm). Very good condition. OPS 102. #40739.5 $950.
59. LANDSCAPE WITH BUILDINGS. (SUMMER LANDSCAPE). Alessandro Mastro-Valerio. Aquatint, 1934. Edition 30. Signed in pencil. Very good condition. #17602.1 $450. 60. THE MODEL. Alessandro Mastro-Valerio. Mezzotint, 1945. Edition 45. Estate signed, inscribed with artist's name and initialed "N.M.V." Image size 7 7/8 x 6 3/4" (198 x 173 mm). Very good condition. #17715.1 $950.
61. RECLING NUDE (SMALL). Alessandro Mastro-Valerio. Mezzotint, 1937. Edition 50. Signed in pencil, inscribed "1/50." Plate Size: 1 15/16 x 2 15/16" (50 x 75mm). Very good condition. 61399.2 $650.
62. TROUBLED NIGHT. Alessandro Mastro-Valerio. Aquatint, c. 1951. Edition c. 25. Signed in pencil. Image size 8 7/8 x 9 13/16" (226 x 249 mm). Very good condition. OPS 149. #81560.1 $225.
63. MOTIF IN A SEASCAPE. (THREE NUDES). Alessandro Mastro-Valerio. Aquatint, 1949. Edition 25. Estate signed in pencil, initialed "G.V.P." the artist's daughter. Image size 13 1/8 x 9 7/8" (329 x 247 mm). Very good condition. 17624.1 $675.
64. ANDANTE. Alessandro MastroValerio. Wood engraving, c. 1945. Edition 50. Signed in pencil. Image size 7 1/8 x 6 3/16" (180 x 157 mm). Very good condition. OPS #114. #81559.1 $600. 65. MOTHER AND CHILD. Alessandro Mastro-Valerio. Wood engraving, c. 1945. Edition c. 40. Estate signed, inscribed with artist's name and initialed "G.V.P.", the artist's daughter. Image size 5 x 5 7/8" (126 x 147 mm). Very good condition. #17629.2 $350. 66. GENESIS. Alessandro Mastro-Valerio. Aquatint, c. 1925. Edition c. 25. Estate signed, inscribed with artist's name and initialed "G.V.P.", the artist's daughter. Image size 12 9/16 x 10" (315 x 251 mm). Very good condition. #17630.1 $725.
67. DAWN. Alessandro Mastro-Valerio. Wood engraving, 1946. Edition 40. Signed in pencil. Image size 5 3/4 x 3" (145 x 77 mm). Very good condition. OPS 120. #17713.2 $425.