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2013 Catalogue

MODERNIST PRINTS & PAINTINGS


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1. Carroll Thayer Berry. (1886–1978) “White and Weatherworn–Maine Coast,” 1960.

Chiaroscuro wood engraving in black and linocut tone block in grey, unnumbered. 10 3/4 x 12 1/2." Sheet: 14 5/8 x 17 1/2." Also produced in a black and white version, same year. Signed, l.r. and titled, l.l. in ink. Bright and crisp. Excellent condition.

Price: $750. [ More Info ]



2. Carroll Thayer Berry. (1886–1978) “Winslow Homer’s Studio, Maine Coast,” c. 1937.

Wood engraving in black, unnumbered. From an edition of approximately 70. 9 5/8 x 7 3/8." Sheet: 15 1/8 x 9 7/8." Signed, l.r. and titled, l.l. in ink. Bright and crisp. Excellent condition.

Price: $750. [ More Info ]



3. Carroll Thayer Berry. (1886–1978) “Winter–Deer Isle–Maine Coast,” 1966–69.

Chiaroscuro wood engraving in black and linocut tone block in green. One of 138 issued in four editions: 1966, 20 prints; 1967, 30 prints; 1968, 60 prints; 1969, 22 prints and 6 with a new tone block. Also titled “Deer Island–Winter–Maine Coast” and “Winter–Stonington–Deer Isle.” 10 7/8 x 12 3/4." Sheet 15 1/8 x 16 5/8." Signed, l.r. and titled, l.l. in ink. Bright and crisp. Excellent condition.

Price: $850. [ More Info ]



5. George Elbert Burr (1859–1939). “Desert Twilight,” 1920.

Etching in blue ink. Plate: 5 x 6 1/2." Signed, l.l. Titled, l.r. Frame: 13 x 14." Very bright and clean. Excellent condition for the print.

Price: SOLD. [ More Info ]



6. George Elbert Burr (1859–1939). “Soapweed” Arizona [no.2], c. 1920.

Etching and drypoint, from an edition of 40. Plate: 7 x 10." Black oak frame: 18 x 14 1/2." Label, verso: Art Services of Santa Fe / archival framing. Light toning. Excellent condition for the print.

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7. Gerald Cassidy (1879–1934). “A Bit of Walipi,” 1920s.

Lithograph. Plate: 10 x 13 1/2." Signed and titled in the plate. Frame: 17 x 21." Minimal toning. Excellent condition for the print.

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8. Richard Welsted Day (1896–1972). “San Jacinto,” 1930.

Lithograph, no. 22, on Basingwerk parchment cream wove. Plate: 13 1/4 x 16 1/2." Sheet: 17 1/4 x 23." Signed, l.r. Titled, l.c. “Paul Roeher, Imp. 1930,” l.l. Clean and bright. Excellent condition.

Price: SOLD. [ More Info ]



9. Albert Lorey Groll (1866-1952). “Superstition Mountain – Arizona,” n.d. (active in Arizona 1908–52)

Etching. Plate: 6 1/2 x 10." Sheet: 9 1/2 x 13." Signed, l.r. Titled, l.l. Clean and bright. Fine.

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10. Albert Lorey Groll (1866-1952). “Under Western Skies.” Exhibited 1926 State Fair of Texas.

Etching. Plate: 9 x 12." Signed, l.r. Frame: 17 x 19." Bright. Fine condition for the print.

Price: SOLD. [ More Info ]



11. Albert Lorey Groll (1866-1952). Untitled [Superstition Mountain, Arizona] n.d. (active in Arizona 1908–52)

Etching. Plate: 10 3/4 x 14 3/4." Signed, l.r. Frame: 18 x 22." Light toning. Fine condition for the print.

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12. Roi Partridge (George Roy Partridge, 1988–1984). “On the Range, 1932–33.”

Etching. Image: 9 7/8 x 13 7/8" at plate mark. Sheet: 11 1/2 x 16 1/4." Etched within image: “Roi Partridge” 1932–33. Signed in pencil at bottom center. Faint age-toning. Excellent.

Price: $1,800. [ More Info ]



13. Ralph Pearson (1883–1958). “Taos Pueblo,” 1920.

Etching, no. 61. Plate: 5 x 9 1/2." Sheet: 7 1/2 x 12." Signed, l.r. Titled, l.l. “Second State,” l.c. Bright example. Fine.

Price: $2,000. [ More Info ]



14. Doel Reed (1895–1985). “The Beginning,” 1954.

Etching. Plate: 8 x 17 1/2." Signed, l.r. Frame: 18 x 27." Very bright and clean. Fine for the print.

Price: SOLD. [ More Info ]



15. Will Shuster (1893–1969). “Puye,” 1927.

Etching. Plate: 9 x 7." Signed, l.r. Titled, l.l. “100,” l.c. Frame: 16 x 12." Even toning. Fine for the print.

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16. John French Sloan (1871–1951). “The Black Pot,” 1937.

Etching. 6 x 4." Signed, l.r. Titled, l.c. Inscr.: “JS imp (old paper),” l.c. [John Sloan] Old label, verso: Edition 100 / printing 75. Sheet: 12 1/2 x 8 1/4." Light toning. Excellent.

Price: SOLD. [ More Info ]



17. Carl von Hassler (1887–1969). (Untitled) Aspens, 1940.

Oil on board. 14 x 22" by sight. Signed, l.r. Period wood frame with grey painted highlights: 18 x 26." Inscribed on verso: “7-17-40.” Fine.

Price: SOLD. [ More Info ]





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Catalogue prepared by Beverly Weiss and William R. Talbot, photography by Steve Walenta.