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  • Animalia (Woman's Sketchbook)
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    Nicolaes Berchem

    Animalia (Woman's Sketchbook)

    $1,000.00

    Nicolaes Berchem

    Animalia (Woman's Sketchbook)

    Etching, circa 1650, full set of eight etchings on laid paper, with narrow margins, good, dark impressions.

    Image 4 x 4 3/4 inches

    Formerly in the collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art

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  • Das Alte Rathaus (The Old Town Hall, Munich)
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    Carl Thiemann

    Das Alte Rathaus (The Old Town Hall, Munich)

    Color woodcut, 1931, signed and titled in pencil

    Image 5 13/16 x 4 inches, sheet 7 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches

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  • Black Ducks Towering
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    Frank Weston Benson

    Black Ducks Towering

    $1,500.00

    Frank Weston Benson (American, 1862-1951)

    Black Ducks Towering, 1930

    Drypoint

    Signed in pencil

    Edition of 150

    11 3/4 x 7 7/8 inches

    A drypoint by American artist Frank Weston Benston (American, 1862-1951) depicts a group of ducks taking flight, rising from the bottom right corner to the top of the composition, and is a typical wildlife scene for the artist.

    Benson was a prominent American impressionist who worked on the East Coast. An avid birdwatcher, he desired to be a be an ornithological illustrator, but gained success for his portraits of women and children. However, his love for wildlife, and birds in particular, never wained. In 1914, he began etching and chose wildlife scenes to be his subject matter. His works gained great popularity, and The Boston Globe reported that Benson was the “best known and most popular etcher in the world.” Due to this he is credited with creating the genre of wildlife prints, which many other artists emulated.

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  • Iyngipicus Aurantiiventris
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    McMillan Fine Prints

    Iyngipicus Aurantiiventris

    $750.00

    John Gould (1804-1881)

    Iyngipicus Aurantiiventris

    From The Birds of Asia. London: John Gould, 1850-1883.

    Hand colored lithograph

    22 x 15 inches sheet

    John Gould (1804-1881) was one of the most respected and prolific ornithologists of all time. He lived in England but he travelled to many then remote areas of the world to obtain bird specimens for his various editions of hand painted bird lithographs. John Gould employed other distinguished artists to help with the hand coloring throughout his career, which included his wife, Elizabeth Gould, William Hart, Edward Lear, H.C. Richter and Joseph Wolf. Gould’s The Birds Of Asia includes more than 500 magnificent portraits of brightly coloured exotic birds from all corners of the far east. It was the most comprehensive study of Asiatic birds of its time, and recorded the extraordinary diversity of species of birds as disparate as pheasants from China, birds of paradise from Indonesia, parrots, kingfishers, and woodpeckers.

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  • Lower Broadway
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    McMillan Fine Prints

    Lower Broadway

    $800.00

    William Walcot (British, 1874-1943)

    Lower Broadway, 1924

    Etching

    Signed in pencil

    5 3/4 x 4 3/8 inches

     

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  • Slurnus Purpurascens
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    McMillan Fine Prints

    Slurnus Purpurascens

    $750.00

    John Gould (1804-1881)

    Slurnus Purpurascens

    From Birds of New Guinea and the adjacent Papuan Islands. London: Gould, 1875.

    Handcolored lithograph

    21 3/4 x 15 1/4 inches sheet

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  • New York Waterfront
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    McMillan Fine Prints

    New York Waterfront

    $800.00

    William Walcot (British, 1874-1943)

    New York Waterfront, 1924

    Etching

    8 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches

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