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1. CHRISTMAS SNOW. Published by Currier & Ives, 125 Nassau St., New York. Lithograph hand-colored, undated. Very small - image size 5 x 8" (127 x 204 mm). Good condition and color. Conningham 1081. Gale 1175. #34244.2 $4,500.

HOLIDAY ISSUE

VOLUME XXXVI, NUMBER 4

NOVEMBER 2013


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2. A CHRISTMAS FANTASY. Frederick S. Church. Published in Harper's Weekly, New York. Wood engraving, hand-colored, Dec. 12, 1885. Image size 13 5/8 x 19 3/4" (345 x 501 mm). Good condition with modern color. Backed with Japan. #50789.1 $325.

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3 As the holidays approach, we offer a selection of unique gifts for collectors, both seasoned and new, in the categories of Americana, historic scenes, maps, natural history, 20th century American masters and contemporary fine art. Our custom frame shop will also be taking orders all November and early December and promises to have your framing ready in time to wrap and put under the tree. Our 2013 Winter Contemporary Show runs from November 15 to February 15, 2014. Works by eleven artists resonate with skill and intention, reflecting the current eclecticism of contemporary printmaking. Several of the artists selected are local to DC – Jake Muirhead, Philip Bennet and Susan Goldman. We have included biographical information about these printmakers and others in this Showcase. The exhibition opens November 15th with a nightime reception. We invite you to join us from 5 to 8 pm at the gallery to celebrate with artists and gallery friends. Visit our website:

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3. THE GIFT. (large) Jake Muirhead. Etching and aquatint on Hahnemuhle paper, in red ink, 2010. Signed and titled by artist in pencil. Inscribed “A/P.” Very good condition. #82446.1 $500.


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4. THE OLD FARM HOUSE. Published by Currier & Ives, 125 Nassau St. New York. Lithograph, hand-colored, 1872. This is one of the most charming Currier landscapes. Small folio - image size 8 7/16 x 12 7/16" (214 x 316 mm). Good condition and color. Conningham 4557. Gale 4944. #29672.6 $2,400.

5. FROZEN UP. Published by Currier & Ives 125 Nassau St. New York. Lithograph, hand-colored, 1872. New Best Fifty #18. Small folio - image size 8 3/8 x 12 3/8" (213 x 315 mm). Good condition and color. Conningham 2155. Gale 2335. #13141.4 $2,950.


5 6. WESTERN RIVER SCENERY. Published by Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St. New York. Lithograph, hand-colored, 1866. Medium folio - image size 11 1/2 x 16 3/4" (292 x 426 mm). Good condition and color. Conningham 6620. Gale 7151. #471.2 $1,750.

7. A HOME ON THE MISSISSIPPI. Published by Currier & Ives 125 Nassau Street, New York. Lithograph, hand-colored, 1871. New Best Fifty #25. Small folio - image size 8 7/16 x 12 7/16" (214 x 315 mm). Good condition and color, save for minor foxing. Conningham 2876. Gale 3109. #841.7 $1,100.

8. BELOW THE MARK. (Mark Twain). Leslie Ward. Published in Vanity Fair, London. Photooffset, May 13, 1908. An image of Mr. Samuel Langhorne Clemens after a drawing by Spy. Printed by Hentschel-Colourtype. One of the most sought after Vanity Fair prints. Image size 13 x 7 7/8". Good condition and color. #12202.4 $650. 9. MATCH AT THE MISSISSIPPI. Published by F. Sala & Co. Berlin. Lithograph, c. 1875. The scene depicts a moonlit riverboat race between the Baltic and an unnamed steamboat. In the lower left corner is a landing site for "wooding up." Image size 8 5/8 x 14 1/8" (220 x 359 mm). Added hand coloring. Fine condition. #49296.1 $1,250.

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10. DE SOTO'S DISCOVERY OF THE MISSISSIPPI. Published by Kurz & Allison Art Publishers, 76 & 78 Wabash Ave., Chicago. Chromolithograph, undated. Image size 17 1/2 x 25 1/8" (444 x 639 mm). Good condition and color save well repaired tear in sky and repaired tears in top margin, one 1/2" into image. #45030.1 $650.

Henry Lewis Views of the Mississippi

11. BELLEVUE, JOWA. Henry Lewis. Image size 5 3/8 x 7 11/16” (136 x 195 mm). Good condition and color. #44853.1 $450.

12. CASSVILLE IN 1829. Henry Lewis. Image size 5 3/8 x 7 11/16" (136 x 195 mm). Fine condition and color. #44848.1 $500.

Multi-stone lithographs after Henry Lewis from his Das Illustrirte Mississippithal, published by Arnz & Co. Dusseldorf, 1854-57. Henry Lewis (1819-1904) was an artist and showman who drew 79 Mississippi River scenes in 1846 and 1847 while travelling the river from the Falls of St. Anthony to New Orleans. He compiled them into a panoramic painting that measured approximately 12 feet by 1,300 feet, which was unrolled with music and narration before theater audiences in the U.S. And Europe. In 1854 he settled in Germany where he published a book based on his panorama. His work is “one of a half-dozen great and rare illustrated books relating to North America,” according to Graff.

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13. KEOKUK, JOWA. Henry Lewis. Image size 5 3/8 x 7 11/16" (136 x 195 mm). Good condition and color. Light toning at edges. #44852.1 $550.

15. MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. Henry Lewis. Image size 5 3/8 x 7 11/16" (136 x 195 mm). Good condition and color save two tiny spots in right margin. #44857.1 $550.

14. COTTON PLANTATION. Henry Lewis. 5 3/8 x 7 3/4" (137 x 197 mm). Fair condition with good color; foxing in margins. #44850.1 $500. 16. THE NEW STATE CAPITOL OF ILLINOIS. Published by J. C. Cochrane, Chicago. Three-stone lithograph, 1867. Designed by Cochrane & Garnsey, architects, Chicago. Printed by Chicago Lithographing Co., No. 152 & 154 Clark St. (Chicago). Dimensions in the title margin. Construction of the Illinois statehouse, executed in French Renaissance style, began in 1869 and was completed 20 years later. It is taller than the U.S. Capitol building. The dome was plated in zinc so that it would remain silver over time. Image size 16 1/8 x 22 3/8" (410 x 568 mm). Good condition and color save small marginal repairs. #63362.1 $1,500.


8 17. PILOT BOAT "GYPSEY." Clement Drew. Two-stone lithograph, hand-colored, c. 1860. A dramatic image showing a pilot boat in a gale, beating to windward to meet an inbound ship. Clement Drew is noted for painting coastal marine scenes, vessels in storms, and lighthouses. Lithographed by A. Weingartner's Lith., N.Y. Image size 11 7/8 x 15 3/8". Good condition and color save a little marginal smudging. #11031.1 $1,400. 18. IN DOWN EAST WATERS BOSTON BAY. Fred S. Cozzens. Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. Chromolithograph, 1884. Printed by Armstrong & Co. Plate XXII from American Yachts Their Clubs and Races" Image size 14 1/4 x 20 1/2". Good condition and color save unobtrusive crease at upper left and faded color on outer 1/4" of image. #889.1 $1,500. 19. THE MISSIONARY STEAM-BARKENTINE, "MORNING STAR." : LAUNCHED AT BATH, ME. AUGUST 6TH 1884. SAILED FROM BOSTON, NOV. 5TH 1884. W. Webber, del. Forbes Co. Boston, & N.Y. Lithograph printed in color, c. 1885. Image size 19 3/4 x 13 1/2". Good condition and color, top and side margins 1/2". #23239.1 $1,500

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20. BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF THE TOWN OF PROVINCETOWN, BARNSTABLE COUNTY, MASS.1882. A. F. Poole. Published by J.J. Stoner, Madison, Wis. Beck & Pauli Lith. Milwaukee. Wis. Two stone lithograph, 1882. A scarce print. Numbered key identifies 40 prominent locations - churches, schools, Hook & Ladder Co.’s, light houses, many piers and boarding houses are listed, etc. The two fan shaped insets show "High School Building Built 1881" and “Town Hall build 1853, Burned Feb. 16 1877. Image size 14 3/4 x 37 5/8" (37.5 x 96 cm). Good condition. Reps 1607. #31382.2 $10,500.

21. NEW BEDFORD, FIFTY YEARS AGO. William A. Wall. Published by Charles Tabert & Co., Boston. Two-stone lithograph, 1858. Lithograph by Endicott & Co., New York. A charming scene of this Massachusetts town, as it looked in 1808. The artist, William A. Wall, was born in New Bedford in 1801. Image 15 7/8 x 23 3/4" (403 x 602 mm). Good condition. #14043.3 $1,600.


10 22. GRAECIAE UNIVERSAE SECUNDUM HODIERNUM SITUM NEOTERICAL DESCRIPTIO. Abraham Ortelius. Copper plate engraving, 1570, (1579). A fine map of Greece that was based on the work of Giacomo Gastaldi. It is quite detailed and includes the islands in the Aegean Sea. The map is embellished by a sailing galleon and a large ornate cartouche. Latin text and no. 72 on verso. Image size 14 3/8 x 20 1/4" (363 x 515 mm). Good condition and color. Van den Broecke 146. #67795.1 $1,100. 23. JAPONIAE INSULAE DESCRIPTIO. Abraham Ortelius. Hand-colored copper plate engraving, 1595 (c. 1612). This foundation map of Japan first appeared in atlas form in Ortelius' Additamentum V of Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, or Atlas of the Whole World. Ortelius based this map on the manuscript by Luis Teieira of Portugal. Three European galleons and two decorative cartouches adorn this important map. Korea is shown as an elongated island. Italian text and "119" on verso. Image size 14 x 19" (353 x 483 mm). Very good condition. Original hand-coloring. van den Broecke 165. 25093.2 $6,500. 24. INDIAE ORIENTALIS NOVA DESCRIPTIO. Joannes Janson. Published by J. Janson, Amsterdam. Hand-colored copper plate engraving, 1633 (c. 1638). A beautiful map of the region. This map depicts all of Indochina, the Philippines, and the East Indies. Included are new discoveries in New Guinea, made by the Dutch "Duyfkens" exploration. The map is embellished with rhumb lines, sailing ships, sea monsters, compass roses and three cartouches. The cartouches feature indigenous people, mermaids and a sea monster. Image size 15 3/8 x 19 3/4" (388 x 500 mm). Good condition. Modern hand-color. #195.3 $1,950.


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25. REGIONES SUB POLO ARCTICO. Willem J. Blaeu. published in c.1688 by Abraham Wolfgang, Amsterdam. Copper engraving, hand-colored, 1638. This is a prototype map of the Arctic regions. Blaeu made great improvements on Mercator's map of 40 years earlier: First, he showed no land mass near the pole itself. Second, in the Hudson's Bay area, Blaeu incorporated Capt. James' discoveries of 1631-32. Third, in the Russian Arctic, he followed the reports from William Barentz' voyage of 1596-97. And finally, Blaeu correctly distinguished Spitsbergen from Greenland, a confusion spread earlier by Samuel Purchas. Image size 16 3/16 x 20 7/8" (411 x 530 mm). Good condition. Original hand-color. #47516.2 $1,450.

26. WERELT CAERT. Pieter and Jacob Keur. Published by Daniel Stoopendaal. Copper plate engraving, c. 1680. A fine early Dutch bible map that was based on Nicholas Visscher's world map of 1631. (Shirley #431). Allegorical figures representing the continents adorn each corner. In the cusp between the two hemispheres are two astronomical diagrams. California is also shown as an island. Image size 12 x 17 7/8" (305 x 453 mm). Good condition. Modern hand-coloring. #80590.2 $2,950.


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Henri Duhamel Du Monceau Fruit Published Paris. Engravings, hand-colored, 1768. Drawn by Aubriet. From the first edition of one of the most influential 18th-century works on fruit, Traite des Arbres Fruitiers by Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau. All good condition with modern hand-color. Dunthorne 100. De Belder 109. Sitwell, Great Flower Books, p. 55.

27. MARTIN-SEC.TOME II. PL. XIV. Image size 9 1/4 x 7 7/8". #58284.1 $265.

28. MUSCAT L'ALLEMAN. TOME II. PL. XXXVI. Image size 9 x 7 1/2". #58280.1 $265.

29. BON CHRETIEN D'HYVER.TOME II. PL. XLV. Image size 9 1/4 x 7 3/4". #58285.1 $265.

30. DUCHESSE D’ORLEANS. (THE). Annica Bricogne. Published by Dusacq, Paris. Lithograph printed in colors and finished by hand, 1845-54. From Choix des Plus Belles Roses by Victor Paquet. Image size 8 1/2 x 6 3/4" (217 x 173 mm ). Good condition and color. Great Flower Books, p. 70. #52639.1 $650. 31. OEILLETS. NO.27. (Carnations). Antoine Pascal. Published by Chez Clement, Paris. Lithograph, hand-colored, 1836. Lithographed by Langlume. From Pascal's L'Aquarelle ou les Fleurs Peintes d'Apres la Methode de M. Redoute. Very scarce: Blunt writes that the only copy known in England was destroyed during World War II. Image size 9 1/2 x 6 1/8" (243 x 156 mm). Fine condition with superb original color. Blunt, Botanical Illus., p. 219. #52620.1 $750.

32. [MONNOYER MIXED FLORAL ARRANGEMENT IN BASKET WITH GLADIOLI AND PEONIES]. Jean Baptiste Monnoyer. Published by N. de Poilly, Paris. Etching with engraving, hand-colored, c. 167080. Rare print from Monnoyer's porfolio Livres de Toutes Sortes de Fleurs d'apres Nature, published c.1660. Second state of three, with N. de Poilly publisher's imprint, c. 1670-80. Image size 15 5/8 x 11 3/4". Good condition with delicate old color; trimmed to platemark. Dunthorne 212. #62058.1 $4,500.

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33. PICEA BRACTEATA. William Richardson. Published by W. Blackwood, Edinburgh and London. Toned lithograph, original handcolor, 1884, by Day & Son Lith. From the great multi-volume work on coniferous trees from around the world, cultivated in British gardens, The Pinetum Britannicum, by Edward J. Ravenscroft. Image size 16 3/8 x 12". Good condition and color; light time-toning. Nissen 1588. Great Flower Books, p. 127. #65733.1 $550.

34. DAS GEMEINE RENNTHIER. TARANDUS RANGIFER. Published Vienna by K. K. Kaiserlichkoniglichen, Hofund Staatsdrucherei. Chromolithograph, undated. Image size 7 1/4 x 8�. Good condition. #60620.1 $85. 35. EISBAR. DER, URSUS POLARIS. L'OURS POLAIRE. NO. 29. C. I. Brodtmann. Lithograph, hand-colored, 1824. A well-detailed natural history plate from Naturgeschichte und Abbildungen des Menschen by H. R. Schinz. Image size 6 x 9 1/2". Good condition. #60737.1 $245.

36. THE WHITE BEAR. URSUS MARITIMUS. Published by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, London. Wood engraving with original hand-color, c. 1840. Printed by B. Clay. From Plates Illustrative of Natural History. No. 70. Image size 7 3/4 x 9 1/4" plus text. Good condition and color save marginal repair. #67742.1

37. REIN DEER. William Daniell. Published by Cadell & Davies, London. Aquatint engraving, modern hand-color, 1807. Designed and engraved by Daniell for his work Interesting Selections from Animated Nature. From the deluxe edition on large paper with the engravings executed on chine colle. Image size 4 1/4 x 7". Good condition. #60625.1 $85.

38. POLAR BEAR. VOL. 2. PL. 19. Published by J. & T. Doughty, Philadelphia. Lithograph, hand-colored, 1830-33. Lithographed by Childs & Inman. 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". Good condition with original color. #49195.1 $275.


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39. HOLE IN THE LINE. Joseph W. Golinkin. Lithograph, c. 1935. Edition 50. Signed in pencil. Image size 13 3/4 x 19 13/16" (349 x 504 mm). Very good condition. #68559.2 $1,750.

40. SHORT GAIN. Benton Murdoch Spruance. Drybrush drawing, c. 1935. Signed in pencil, center right "Spruance." Image size 13 x 18 1/4" (331 x 464 mm). Good condition, save for remains of pale light staining in the margins. #35426.1 $12,000.

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41. ANGRY MAN. Martin Lewis. Drypoint and sand ground, 1935. Recorded impressions 21. Signed in pencil, inscribed "Trial proof." Image size 7 7/8 x 11 5/8" (201 x 297 mm). Very good condition. McCarron 111. #1568.1 $3,000.

42. THE AQUARIUM. Gordon H. Grant. Published by Associated American Artists. Lithograph, c. 1940. Edition 250. Signed in pencil. Image size 12 5/8 x 9 1/2". Very good condition. #3394.16 $450.

43. BOYS SLEDDING. John Sloan. Etching, 1920. Edition 100. Signed in pencil, inscribed in lower left corner of sheet with title "100 proofs" and "JS imp." Image size 5 1/4 x 6 15/16" (134 x 176 mm). Very good condition. Morse 197. #9140.2 $3,500.

44. NIGHT STORM. Richard Florsheim. Published by Associated American Artists. Lithograph, 1969. Edition 250. Printed by George Miller and Son. Signed in pencil, inscribed "Artists proof." Image size 13 7/8 x 9 13/16" (354 x 249 mm). Very good condition. Iacono 211. #31412.2 $150.

45. COW SHED. Kerr Eby. Published by Frederick Keppel & Co. Etching, aquatint, and sandpaper ground, 1946. Edition 100. Signed in pencil. Image size 9 5/8 x 15 1/8" (246 x 383 mm). Very good condition. Giardina 211. #1152.3 $850.


16 is a DC printmaker whose work is in collections of The Library of Congress, Georgetown University and DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. His work has been featured in several publications, among them: American Impressions: Contemporary Printmaking, The Artist’s Illustrated Encyclopedia and American Artist: Drawing Magazine. He is a member of Washington Printmakers Gallery.

46. TREE IN A SNOWY PASTURE. Deron DeCesare. Drypoint, 1992. Edition 40. Signed and dated in pencil. Inscribed “17/40.” Image size 3 7/8 x 6 7/8". Very good condition. #81272.1 $175.

47. FARM BY A POND IN WINTER. Deron DeCesare. Drypoint, 1992. Edition 40. Signed and dated in pencil. Inscribed 9/40." Image size 3 7/8 x 6 7/8". #81271.1 $175.

is a longtime member of Washington Printmakers Gallery and accomplished watercolorist, known for her paintings and prints of the Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia areas. She has painted and exhibited internationally and has been a signature member of the National Watercolor Society since 1984. Her work is in the collections of Georgetown University, Museum of Women in the Arts, the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, University of Maryland and National Institute of Health in Bethesda, MD.

48. REUNION. Yolanda Frederikse. Stone lithograph on BFKR paper, 2011. Edition 8. Signed, titled and dated in pencil. Inscribed “2/8.” Image size 8 1/4 x 12". Very good condition. #80658.1 $250.

49. ELK ON TRAIL. Edward Glannon. Lithograph, 1976. Edition 50. Signed in pencil. Inscribed "42/50." Image size 7 x 9 1/8" (175 x 233 mm). Very good condition. #39238.1 $175.


17 50. MOONRISE TIDE. (green ink). Jake Muirhead. Softground & aquatint, 2013. A/P. Signed and titled by artist in pencil. Inscribed "A/P." On Hahnemuhle Warm White paper. Image size 13 3/4 x 23 3/4". Very good condition. #82453.1 $500.

51. BULB. Jake Muirhead. Drypoint with aquatint, 2013. A/P. Signed and titled by artist in pencil. Inscribed "A/P." On Hahnemuhle White paper. Image size 8 x 6". Very good condition. #82449.1 $250.

52. CLANDESTINE. Cleo Wilkinson. Mezzotint, 2006. Edition 15. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil. Inscribed "13/15." Image size 9 3/4 x 11 3/4". Very good condition. #43555.2 $300.

earned his MFA in Printmaking at George Mason University and is currently Associate Printmaker at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center in Silver Spring, MD. He also teaches at Montgomery College. He is a member of The Society of American Graphic Artists and a founding member of Atelier Four, a group of contemporary printmakers dedicated to drawing-based intaglio. He has exhibited etchings in numerous national and international print shows such as The Taller Xalubinia Printmaking Workshop International Exhibition in Spain, Guanlan International Prints Biennale in China, Pacific Rim International Print Exhibition in New Zealand, Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Connecticut, Washington Printmakers Gallery National Small Works Show in DC and Printmaking Council of New Jersey. Recent awards include Purdue University’s Annual “60 Square Inches” International Print Exhibition, Artlink’s National Print Exhibition in Indiana, Parkside National Small Print Exhibition in Wisconsin and StoneMetal Press International Hand-Pulled Print Biennial in Texas.

53. AMERICAN NIGHT / NEIGHBOR & ORION II. Herbert Simon. Etching, aquatint, and hand-colored, 2010. Edition 20. Inscribed "3/20 3rd State." Image size 9 13/16 x 11 15/16". Very good condition. #76579.3 $500.


18 Starting out as a painter and pastel artist. tried printmaking in 2005, encouraged by a printmaker friend. “When I lifted my first monotype off the press I was hooked,” he recalls. Since then he has concentrated on monotypes, while occasionally working in pastels, watercolor and acrylic. He recently had a one-man show, “Retrospective 1942 – 2012” in Rockville, Maryland showcasing his long career in art.

54. DOVES. Philip Bennet. Watercolor over gesso, on paper, 1999. Signed in lower left of painting. Image size 15 x 10 3/4" (382 x 274 mm). Very good condition. #80965.1 $700.

56. SAN FRANCISCO LT ONE. [CONVENTO SAN FRANCISO.] Mary Manusos. Woodcut on handmade paper, 2009. Monoprint. Signed and titled in pencil on verso. Paper size 17 x 21" (435 x 538 mm), Very good condition. #66922.1 $500.

55. CRAZY RHYTHM. Philip Bennet. Oilbased mono-type, 2010. Inscribed "1/1." Image size 9 3/4 x 13 3/4" (247 x 348 mm). Very good condition. #80964.1 $500.

57. CALIFORNIA RB TWO. [HOTEL CALIFORNIA.] Mary Manusos. Woodcut on handmade paper, 2009. Monoprint. Signed and titled in pencil on verso. Paper size 17 x 21" (435 x 538 mm). Very good condition. #69913.1 $500.

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58. THE PASTORAL SCENE. Larry Welo. Color etching (three plates) with drypoint, 2010. Edition 100. Signed and titled in pencil. Inscribed "17/100." Image size 11 7/8 x 17 7/8". Very good condition. #69863.1 $375.

59. BOTTLES & JARS I. Peri Schwartz. Aquatint, 2009. Edition 20. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil. Inscribed "12/20." Image size 15 7/16 x 22 7/8". Very good condition. #66470.1 $1,200.

61. WICKFORD CHRISTMAS. Grace BentleyScheck. Collagraph, 1997. Edition 100. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil. Inscribed "13/100." Image size 4 5/8 x 6 1/4". Very good condition. #40013.1 $100.

60. LOOK GLASS. Larry Welo. Color etching (four plates) with drypoint, 2007. Edition 100. Inscribed “71/100.” Image size 11 7/8 x 13 15/16". Very good condition. #67711.1 $350.

62. ACROSS THE PATH. Linda Adato. Color etching, softground and aquatint, 1999. Edition 50. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil. Inscribed "7/50". Image size 7 7/8 x 5 7/8". Very good condition. #14085.2 $200.


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63. BOUNTIFUL. Eric Goldberg. Etching and aquatint, colle, 2012. Edition 10. Signed and titled in pencil. Inscribed "1/10." Image size 17 x 10/16". Very good condition. #78415.1 $400.

65. NORTH WEST MAYO. Michael Di Cerbo. A la poupee - five colors, etching, aquatint, and drypoint, 2011. Edition 50. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil. Inscribed "5/50." Image size 8 3/4 x 11 3/4". Very good condition. #73626.1 $275.

64. LILIES IN THE RAIN. Yolanda Frederikse. Color monotype from metal lithographic plate on BFK Rives paper, 2012. Signed and titled in pencil. Inscribed "monotype." Image size 5 7/8 x 6 15/16". Very good condition. #80181.1 $175.

66. WAITING. [125TH STREET STATION.] Linda Adato. Color etching with aquatint and soft ground, 2005. Edition 50. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil. Inscribed "10/50." Image size 8 13/16 x 11 3/4". Very good condition. #36315.5 $275.

67. AFTERNOON SHADOWS. Michael W. Arike. Color etching and aquatint, 1999. Edition 50. Signed and titled in pencil. Inscribed "23/50." Image size 4 7/16 x 11 3/4". Very good condition. Image size 4 7/16 x 11 3/4". Very good condition. #14087.7 $275.


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68. ECHO. Stanley Kaplan. Linocut, 2007. Edition 25. Signed and titled in pencil. Inscribed "1/25." Image size 8 15/16 x 5 7/8". Very good condition. #47401.1 $175.

69. WIND SONG. Stanley Kaplan. Color woodcut, c. 1995. Signed and titled in pencil. Inscribed "1/50." Image size 16 x 12". Very good condition. #25130.1 $400.

70. REEF VASES. Susan Goldman. Monotype with woodcut, 2011. Signed, titled, dated by artist. Image size 20 x 20". Very good condition. #72200.1 $1,050. is an internationally recognized artist and master printer who owns and operates Lily Press, in Rockville, MD. Goldman recently produced and directed “Midwest Matrix,” a video documentary on the fine art printmaking tradition of the American Midwest. The program is built from interviews with Midwestern artist/teachers with international reputations and their students, focusing on the lineage of the fine art printmaking in America, post-World War II. Goldman is a recipient of the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County Special Projects Grant. She was coordinator for the 2005 Southern Graphics Council International Conference “Power in Print,” held in Washington, DC. Recent collaborative print projects in clude artists; William Wiley, Enrique Chagoya, Karen Kunc, Bill Dunlap, Mindy Weisel, Renee Stout, Linnn Meyers, Brece Honeycutt, Elizabeth Catlett, Michael Gross and Jo Baer. She is founder and co-curator since 1993 of the interdisciplinary community arts project, The Art of Work at the Art Center/South Florida in Miami. From 1990 – 2000 she was Pyramid Atlantic’s Special Projects Coordinator, Master Printer and Book Arts Fair Coordinator. Goldman received her MFA in Printmaking from Arizona State University, Tempe, and her BFA in Printmaking from Indiana University, Bloomington.


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72. THE THREE GRACES. Karen Whitman. Linoleum cut, 2006. Edition 95. Signed and titled in pencil. Inscribed "18/95." Image size 9 13/16 x 7 7/8". Very good condition. #43500.1 $275. 71. TURKEY. Su-Li Hung. Woodcut, 1978. Edition 50. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil and chop. Inscribed "8/50.” Image size 10 5/8 x 10 7/8". Very good condition. #12005.2 $400.

73. COASTAL WHIMSEY. Joan Drew. Serigraph, 1965. Edition 55. Signed, titled, and dated in pencil. Inscribed "44/55." Image size 8 1/8 x 12 1/2". Very good condition. #63612.2 $225.

75. STAR BUCKET. Tonia Matthews. Color etching, 2003. Edition 20. Signed and titled in pencil. Inscribed "9/20." Image size 5 3/4 x 6 3/4". Very good condition. #70012.1 $250.

74. CIRCUS DREAMS. Ellen Nathan Singer. Two-plate etching and aquatint, 2010. Edition 10. Signed and titled in pencil. Inscribed "2/10." Image size 17 3/4 x 12”. Very good condition. #70272.1 $600.

76. CAT WALK. Karen Whitman. Linoleum cut printed in color, 1995. Edition 60. Signed, titled, and numbered in pencil. From Urban USA portfolio. Image size 6 x 9". Very good condition. #240.4 $400.


23 77. THE NEWWOMAN SANTA CLAUS. Published in Judge Magazine, New York. Color roto-lithograph, 1895. A comic take on the new American woman. Says Mrs. Santa Clauis, as she rides away on her bike, "Now, Santa, you take care of the babies; I'll attend to this toy distribution myself!" I mage size 11 1/4 x 7 3/4". Good condition and color. #64548.1 $65.

78. CHRISTMAS-EVE SANTA CLAUS WAITING FOR THE CHILDREN TO GET TO SLEEP. Thomas Nast. Published in Harper's Weekly, New York. Wood engraving with modern hand-coloring, January 3, 1874. Image size 10 3/4 x 9 1/16". Good condition with modern hand color. Tear in upper margin – repaired #66703.2 $350.

79. WHO SAID ANYTHING ABOUT CHRISTMAS DINNER? Thomas Nast. Wood engraving, hand colored, 1889. From "Thomas Nast's Christmas Drawings for the Human Race." Image size 6 3/4 x 6 1/8". Good condition with modern hand color. #64524.1 $65.

80. PEACE AND GOOD WILL. RINGING IN THE AIR. DING! DONG!! Thomas Nast. Published in Harper's Weekly, New York. Wood engraving, Dec. 26, 1885. Image size 11 1/4 x 9" plus masthead. Good condition. Black and white. #64528.1 $350.

81. SKATING PARTY ON THE SCHUYLKILL. A. B. Frost. Published by Harper's Weekly, New York. Wood engraving, Feb. 28, 1880. Hand-colored centerfold. Image size 13 1/4 x 20 1/8". Fine condition. Backed with Japan. #48886.1 $285.

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82. HAPPY DAYS. George Overbury "Pop" Hart. Etching, drypoint, and roulette, 1925. Edition unknown. Signed in pencil. Image size 10 3/8 x 8 7/8" (263 x 225 mm). Very good condition. #14103.2 $1,400.

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The Old Print Gallery Showcase- Holiday Issue Volume XXXVI, Number 4 November 2013

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