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Polo Riders
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Polo Riders
$299.00
Polo Riders, by Louis Claude is an etching published by Paris Etching Society in the mid-20th century. Unframed.
 
The Large Tejus
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The Large Tejus
$199.00
Lithograph of a close-up full body view of the Tejus lizard which is one of several species of the Teiidae family. Found in South America and various areas of South Florida including the Everglades. Unframed.
 
Simonian and Fullerton, Greyhound Champs
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Simonian and Fullerton, Greyhound Champs
$399.00
Exquisite restrike engraving printed with the same plate as the original aquatint engraving. It depicts Simonian and Fullerton, two champion greyhounds, with the full histories of their winning races. Originally published in 1892 in London. Printed on heavy art stock with extra wide margins. Unframed.
 
Wily the English Foxhound
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Wily the English Foxhound
$199.00
1833 portrait of an English foxhound engraved in aquatint and hand-colored in soft green and brown tones. "Wily" stands with an upright tail and nose in the air ready for the hunt. Unframed.
 
Marmot & California Meadow Mouse
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Marmot & California Meadow Mouse
$199.00
Original stone lithograph of a marmot and a California meadow mouse drawn by John W. Audubon and printed by J.T. Bowen. Unframed.
 
St. Paul's Church and Broadway, NY, 1831
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St. Paul's Church and Broadway, NY, 1831
$225.00
Part of a set of prints that depict iconic views of New York. A magnificent view of the hustle and bustle of horse-drawn private carriages, omnibuses, and transport wagons. Dominating the scene is the facade of St. Paul's with its iconic Greek columns. In the background, we see the multi-storied spire of the church. Published by Paris Etching Society and engraved in aquatint in 1938. Unframed.
 
Madeleine de Courson
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Madeleine de Courson
$229.00
Restrike color etching by the Paris Etching Society after an 18th-century artwork by Pierre-Antoine Poiteau, published by Langlois. Exquisitely printed on heavy French art paper in the 1950s. Unframed.
 
Tuscan Hill House
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Tuscan Hill House
$1,455.00
"Tuscan Hill House" by Rachel Newman. Newman attended the Art Students League and the National Academy, both in New York. In a prior life Rachel Newman was the founder and 20-year Editor-in-Chief of "Country Living" magazine. Following her retirement from the magazine she took up landscape painting in Tuscany. She is currently painting at the Grand Central Atelier in New York using the techniques of 17th and 18th century Spanish and Dutch still life masters. Signed lower right. Unframed.
 
Winding Road Landscape
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Winding Road Landscape
$399.00
Country landscape with winding road, farm fencing and row of trees on the horizon under a muted sky. Presented in a hand-finished green oak frame.
 
Portrait of Michelangelo
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Portrait of Michelangelo
$245.00
Engraving by Glairon Mondet after a painting by Sebastian de Venise commonly know as Far-Bastian del Piombo.
 
Portrait of Andrew Carnegie
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Portrait of Andrew Carnegie
$249.00
Chromolithograph of Andrew Carnegie from 1903, the Scottish American industrialist who led the expansion of the American steel industry in the late 19th century. He was also a leading philanthropist in the United States and the British Empire. Signed in the plate "Spy," the pseudonym used by Sir Leslie Matthew Ward (1851-1922). Spy was a British portrait artist and caricaturist who over four decades produced 1,325 portraits which were regularly published by the British Vanity Fair. Unframed.
 
Siberian Dog
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Siberian Dog
$199.00
Restrike engraving of an original 18th-century engraving of a Siberian dog. Unframed.
 
Sévres Soft Porcelain in Green and Blue
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Sévres Soft Porcelain in Green and Blue
$269.00
Lithograph by artist John C. Nimmo shows examples from the Manufacture nationale de Sèvres,, the most important porcelain factory of 18th-century France. The Sévres factory was founded in 1740 with the support of Louis XV and Madame de Pompadour. Sévres porcelain is known worldwide as one of the great examples of French art and culture. Unframed.
 
1940s New York Skyline
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1940s New York Skyline
$1,199.00
Pencil signed color etching by Luigi Kasimir (1881-1962) Kasimir was an Austro-Hungarian-born artist, well-known for his views of major cities of the United States and Europe. Stamp on verso indicates that it was "proofed and printed in Austria by Luigi Kasimer's son Robert Kasimer." Unframed.
 
San Jose, California
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San Jose, California
$229.00
Drawn by Charles Graham, this lithograph of "San Jose, The Garden City of California" has six vignettes including a view of the city, the courthouse, St. James Park, and Ste. Claire Clubhouse. Unframed.
 
Portrait of Sir Walter Scott
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Portrait of Sir Walter Scott
$175.00
Lithograph portrait of Sir Walter Scott, 1st Bt, a Scottish historical novelist, playwright and poet, by John Henry Robinson, after a painting by Sir Thomas Lawrence, published by Johnson, Wilson and Co, NY, 1872. Unframed.
 
The Fierce Lionessand Her Whelps
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The Fierce Lionessand Her Whelps
$325.00
Hand-colored engraving in sepia of a lioness and her three whelps published by J. Chapman in 1805. Unframed.
 
Greco-Roman Wall Decorations
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Greco-Roman Wall Decorations
$175.00
Restrike engraving of Greco-Roman wall decorations. Shows a muse playing a lyre against a black background, bordered by a gold frame, peacocks, mermaids, griffins, and sea horses. Unframed.
 
Sévres Soft Porcelain in Green and Red
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Sévres Soft Porcelain in Green and Red
$269.00
Lithograph by artist John C. Nimmo shows examples from the Manufacture nationale de Sèvres,, the most important porcelain factory of 18th-century France. The Sévres factory was founded in 1740 with the support of Louis XV and Madame de Pompadour. Sévres porcelain is known worldwide as one of the great examples of French art and culture. Unframed.
 
Damas de Maugerou
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Damas de Maugerou
$229.00
Restrike color etching by the Paris Etching Society after an 18th-century artwork by Pierre-Antoine Poiteau, published by Langlois. Exquisitely printed on heavy French art paper in the 1950s. Unframed.
 
Southeast Asian Charcoal Rubbing
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Southeast Asian Charcoal Rubbing
$255.00
Southeast Asian charcoal rubbing on paper. Unframed.
 
Spanish Church on a Hill
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Spanish Church on a Hill
$895.00
Watercolor and gouache of "Spanish Church on a Hill" by Guaw Palmet, signed and dated lower right 1927. Original painting of a Spanish landscape with a church overlooking a village and farmland with mountains in the background. Displayed in a silver, antiqued frame with acid-free mat and Plexiglas. Image size, 9.5"H x 13.5"L.
 
Cabriolet on Place de la Concorde, Paris
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Cabriolet on Place de la Concorde, Paris
$269.00
Restrike engraving of an original engraving by L. Vallet showing a cabriolet racing across Place de la Concorde. Unframed.
 
Strasbourg
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Strasbourg
$199.00
Hand-colored engraving of the city of Strasbourg in 1827. Unframed
 
Gopher Tortoise
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Gopher Tortoise
$135.00
Hand-colored engraving of a Gopher Tortoise handsomely displayed in an acid-free, two-ply ivory mat. Unframed.
 
Roman Spring in Umbria
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Roman Spring in Umbria
$1,555.00
Clitunno, an ancient Roman spring in Umbria, has been a source of inspiration to artists and poets for centuries. Artist Rachel Newman was the founder and 20-year Editor-in-Chief of "Country Living" magazine. Following her retirement from the magazine she took up landscape painting in Tuscany. She is currently painting at the Grand Central Atelier in New York using the techniques of 17th and 18th century Spanish and Dutch still life masters. Signed lower right. Unframed.
 
Two French Water Dogs
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Two French Water Dogs
$199.00
Chromolithograph of two French Water Dogs (Le Barbet D'arret). Framed with a 1.5" acid-free 2-ply ivory mat and 0.5" gold frame under non-glare 1/8" Plexiglas. Frame, 12"L x 9"H.
 
Toulouse Lautrec May Milton Poster
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Toulouse Lautrec May Milton Poster
$385.00
Original lithograph after the original 1895 poster by Toulouse Lautrec, published 1950 by Andre Sauret, printed by Ateliers Mourlot. The poster is an advertisement for May Milton who was an English dancer who appeared at the Moulin Rouge wearing a white debutante’s dress with puff sleeves. Matted in acid-free, 2 1/4 inch 2-ply mat. Unframed. Image size 10.5 x 8.5 inches.
 
Scotland Town of Sterling from the East
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Scotland Town of Sterling from the East
$225.00
Restrike engraving of an original 19th-century engraving. Panoramic view of the town of Sterling from the east on the river Forth Scotland. Unframed.
 
The Temple Of Marcus Aurelius
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The Temple Of Marcus Aurelius
$569.00
Handsome engraving of The Temple Of Marcus Aurelius, built by his son Commodus in honor of his father, who was considered one of the great Roman emperors and an important Stoic philosopher. Unframed.
 
Porcupines & Rodents Print
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Porcupines & Rodents Print
$199.00
Chromolithograph from the late 1800s taken from Johnson's Household Book of Nature. Based upon the writings of eminent naturalists Audubon, Wallace, Brehm, Woods, and others, the book was compiled by Hugh Craig and caused quite a sensation when it was first published in 1880. A fairy tale quality combined with anatomical and zoological accuracy characterizes the artist's view of various rodents including the Porcupine, Chinchilla, Viscacha and Coypu. Image: 6.25"L x 9"H.
 
Stamford, England
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Stamford, England
$309.00
A classic scene of the English countryside with the city of Stamford in the background. Unframed.
 
Sea Bear, Sea Lion & Sea Elephant
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Sea Bear, Sea Lion & Sea Elephant
$199.00
Portrait of a sea bear, sea lion, and a sea elephant in their natural habitat. Resting comfortably on ice with a seascape featuring a ship and birds in the distance. Unframed.
 
Palmer Brothers Factory, New London CT
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Palmer Brothers Factory, New London CT
$965.00
Hand-colored lithograph of the Bed Comfortable Factory of Palmer Brothers in New London, Connecticut. Also shows two insets with the Montville Mills and the Oakdale Mills. Print shows Connecticut when it was a major manufacturing center of 19th-century America. Unframed.
 
Decorative Ceiling Palazzo Vecchio
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Decorative Ceiling Palazzo Vecchio
$899.00
Part of a carved ceiling in the Palazzo Vecchio at Mantua, designed by legendary architect and courtier Giorgio Vasari. Exquisite chromolithograph with brilliantly colored floral motifs and emblematic designs. Unframed.
 
Nanking From The Porcelain Tower
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Nanking From The Porcelain Tower
$159.00
A 19th-century bird's eye view of the city of Nanking. Exquisitely engraved details of houses, people walking in the street, boats in the river, parts of the fortification wall, and the surrounding landscape including mountains in the background. Unframed.
 
Passiflora Kermesina
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Passiflora Kermesina
$225.00
Mid-19th-century chromolithograph from Paxton's Magazine of Botany. Unframed.
 
Latyrium Aureum
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Latyrium Aureum
$175.00
Mid-19th-century chromolithograph from Paxton's Magazine of Botany. Unframed.
 
The Portico di Ottavia
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The Portico di Ottavia
$269.00
Exquisite hand-colored 19th-century engraving of the Porticus Octaviae, an ancient Roman sculpture built by Augustus and named after his sister Octavio Minor. Built around 27 BC, the portico was used as a fish market throughout the medieval period. The building is situated in the center of the fashionable Jewish section of city and dates back to the ancient Roman Jewish ghetto. Unframed.
 
Currier & Ives Upper Lake of Killarney
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Currier & Ives Upper Lake of Killarney
$299.00
Circa 1870 hand-colored lithograph by Currier & Ives titled "The Upper Lake of Killarney. Kerry County, Ireland." The Lake of Killarney is in Killarney National Park. Unframed.
 
1719 Copper Engraving of Pennyroyal
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1719 Copper Engraving of Pennyroyal
$349.00
This hand-colored copperplate engraving from Germany shows a frontal view of pennyroyal, the famously minty herb often used in aromatherapy. Although printed in 1719, the style is reminiscent of the botanical prints of Basilius Besler from his masterwork Hortus Eysttensis, first published in 1613. The elaborate background reflects the emergence of European landscape painting and the importance of herbs in culinary culture, alchemy, and medicine at that time.
 
Parisian Boutique, 1925
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Parisian Boutique, 1925
$269.00
Engraving from "Parisian Boutiques Of The First Empire" by Hector Lefuel, 1925. Neoclassical designs based on boutiques from the period of the First French Empire (1804-1814), which, with their clean lines and simplicity, were a clear precursor to the Parisian Art Deco style of the 1920s. Unframed.
 
Oiseau de Paradis #1
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Oiseau de Paradis #1
$399.00
Etching after the artist Jacques Barraband (1767-1809), published circa 1950 by Paris Etching Society (Sidney Z. Lucas). Pair to "Le Petit Oiseau de Paradis Emeraude No. 1." A fine example of 18th-century French ornithological art.
 
Large Salvador Dalí 65-85 Exhibit Poster
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Large Salvador Dalí 65-85 Exhibit Poster
$175.00
Unique Poster celebrating the exhibition of the Lucas Collection at the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg Florida 1985. Image shows "Picador" by Salvador Dalí. Unframed.
 
1866 Plan for Prospect Park Brooklyn
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1866 Plan for Prospect Park Brooklyn
$499.00
Color lithograph titleed "Design for Prospect Park as Proposed to be Laid out for the City of Brooklyn. Olmsted Vaux & Co. Landscape Architects 110 Brooklyn NY 1866." Fredrick Olmsted and Calvert Vaux were the architect-designers of Central Park in New York City. Unframed.
 
American Folk Art Design 4
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American Folk Art Design 4
$365.00
American folk art design of swirls, flowers, and shapes in blue, orange, and yellow from Wisconsin by Ann Foote and Elaine Smedal. Mat, 15"H x 12.75"L; image, 11.5"H x 9"L.
 
The Fox Chase
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The Fox Chase
$309.00
Restrike engraving of an original engraving by H. Alkem. Shows an active hunting scene in a rolling English meadow with horses, hounds, and the fox visible in foreground left. Unframed.
 
Flowers, Leaves, Pods & Legumes
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Flowers, Leaves, Pods & Legumes
$199.00
1812 hand-colored engraving of a beautiful assortment of florals and leaves, published by Sherwood and Company. Displayed in a 1 1/4" acid-free off-white 2-ply mat with 1/8" gold wood filet, and 5/8" gold wood frame. Frame, 9" x 12".
 
Goulding's Harbour Near Sitka Alaska
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Goulding's Harbour Near Sitka Alaska
$755.00
1789 hand-colored engraving of a view of Goulding's Harbour situated between Sitka and Juneau which is today the US State of Alaska. This is a view of an early settlement in Goulding's Harbour. Matted in acid-free 4-ply 1.75" ivory mat. Displayed in a 0.75" wood frame with antiqued gold finish. Image size, 7" x 8.5". Frame, 12" x 13.5".
 
1864 Central Park Bethesda Fountain
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1864 Central Park Bethesda Fountain
$2,495.00
Original lithograph "Central Park, the Terrace" by Calvert Vaux and Jacob Whey Mould, is a panoramic view of Bethesda Fountain. This print is one of the most important historical renderings of Central Park during its ongoing construction in the 1860s, distinguished by its beauty and because it was done by Vaux and Mould. Vaux, along with Fredrick Olmstead, were the architects of the Park. Mould did much of the sculptural decorations of the fountain and other sections of Central Park. Unframed.
 
Glacier La Voute du Chapeau
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Glacier La Voute du Chapeau
$199.00
Vue de la Voute du Chapeau du Glacier des Bains, du Montanvert à Chamounix by Gabriel Loppé (1825-1913). A stunning chromolithograph of the of the Chamonix Glacier in the Alps. Unframed.
 
Church & Plaza of San Pier Maggiore
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Church & Plaza of San Pier Maggiore
$399.00
Restrike engraving of an original engraving by Guiseppi Zocchi (1711–1767). Shows the church and plaza of San Pier Maggiore in Florence. Zocchi was an Italian painter and printmaker, best known for his views of the city.
 
Men's Lawn Tennis Matches #2, Pair
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Men's Lawn Tennis Matches #2, Pair
$349.00
Pair of hand-colored restrikes of wood engravings of a lawn tennis tournament. Shows well-dressed spectator. A scorekeeper watches from a center court platform. Matted in 1 1/8" acid-free, 4-ply purple mat. Framed in 7/8" wood frame with light maple veneer. Image, 7"H x 9"L.
 
Two Rare Violins with Bow
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Two Rare Violins with Bow
$799.00
Chromolithograph, Plate 26, Violins—The Alard Stradivarius, the King Joseph Guarnerius del Gesù, from "Musical Instruments — Historic, Rare and Unique" by Alfred J. Hipkins, published in 1888. The accompanying description provides additional details. Unframed.
 
Celebrated 20th-C Bull Dogs
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Celebrated 20th-C Bull Dogs
$599.00
Restrike engraving of an original engraving published 1924 entitled Bull-Bitches of the 20th Century. Unframed.
 
Flower Magician by Salvador Dalí
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Flower Magician by Salvador Dalí
$225.00
Poster celebrating the 15th anniversary (1964 - 1979) of the publication of original Salvador Dalí lithographs by the Phyllis Lucas Gallery in New York City. The title of the image is the "Flower Magician." Unframed.
 
The Perfect Apple
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The Perfect Apple
$235.00
Hand-colored engraving of an apple. Unframed. Image size, 8 x 5".
 
Temple of Confucius in China
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Temple of Confucius in China
$175.00
Wood engraving of the Great Temple of Confucius in Nanjing. Unframed.
 
The Pennsylvania Pike Perch
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The Pennsylvania Pike Perch
$159.00
Part of a series of lithographs by Sherman Foote Denton documenting the fish of Pennsylvania. Denton is known for his attention to detail and accuracy in representing external anatomy, colors, and beauty of his fish and animals subject. Unframed.
 
French Setter by Paul Wood
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French Setter by Paul Wood
$199.00
Original color etching of a French setter by Paul Wood. Signed lower right. Published by the French Etching Society. Unframed.
 
Portrait of Voltaire
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Portrait of Voltaire
$345.00
Three-quarter portrait of a lavishly wigged and smiling Voltaire. Displayed in a 1.5" acid-free 4-ply mat and 0.75" wood frame with antiqued gold and silver finish. Image, 5.75"H x 4"L. Frame, 9.75"H x 8.25"H.
 
American Sculpture in Paris
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American Sculpture in Paris
$365.00
Vintage poster of "United States Sculptures of the Twentieth Century" at the Rodin Museum 1965 in Paris. (Etas-Unis sculptures xx siècle musée Rodin). Unframed.
 
André Masson Poster
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André Masson Poster
$595.00
Poster featuring the 1954 exhibition of work of French artist André Masson. Published by Mourlot for Galerie Louise Leiris, Paris. The design is distinguished by its swirling colors (red, orange, black) and by Masson's visual puns. At first glance we see an abstract design, a closer gaze reveals no less than two and possibly three or more hidden figures.
 
Yosemite Valley by Albert Bierstadt
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Yosemite Valley by Albert Bierstadt
$299.00
1875 engraving by A. Willmore "A Halt in Yosemite Valley" after the painting by Albert Bierstadt. Shows a hunting group resting in a clearing against a background of mountains in Yosemite Valley. Albert Bierstadt was one of America's most famous painters of 19th-century American West. Unframed.
 
Carnivoria Print
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Carnivoria Print
$259.00
Late-19th-century chromolithograph "Plate XII Carnivoria" (Carnivores) including a Civitt, Zibeth, Pale Genet and others from Johnson's Household Book of Nature. A fairy tale quality is combined with anatomical and zoological accuracy. Displayed in a 4-ply acid-free 1.75" brown mat. Image: 8.25" x 6.5".
 
Rosa Bifera Officinalis
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Rosa Bifera Officinalis
$225.00
Rosa Bifera Officinalis is a restrike engraving from Jean-Pierre Redoute's book of prints "Les Roses." French-Belgian artist Redouté was one of the most famous botanical artists of the 18th century. He was the court artist for Marie Antoinette and was nicknamed "The Raphael of Flowers." Printed on Rives BFK French art paper by the Paris Etching Society in the early 1950s.
 
Ault & Wiborg Inks by Toulouse-Lautrec
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Ault & Wiborg Inks by Toulouse-Lautrec
$299.00
Ault & Wiborg Inks by Toulouse-Lautrec. Printed by Andre Sauret in Paris, 1950. Displayed in a 1.75" acid-free four-ply yellow mat. Image, 6"L x 8.5"H.
 
Engraving after Self-Portrait of Raphael
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Engraving after Self-Portrait of Raphael
$299.00
Engraving after a self-portrait of Raphael as a young man on Mount Parnassus near Delphi in Greece. Raphael is depicted wearing a laurel wreath. Image, 10.5"L x 15"H plate line to plate line.
 
Splendid Luellia & Smilacina Umbellata
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Splendid Luellia & Smilacina Umbellata
$299.00
1812 hand-colored engraving of two florals, published by Sherwood and Company. Displayed in a 1 1/4" acid-free off-white 2-ply mat with 1/8" gold wood filet, and in 5/8" gold wood frame. Frame, 9" x 12".
 
White Mountain Notch
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White Mountain Notch
$165.00
Original lithograph of the White Mountains in New Hampshire, circa 1850. Image: 7"L x 9"H.
 
Woman in Ceremonial Dress with Fan
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Woman in Ceremonial Dress with Fan
$199.00
19th-century engraving of Burmese upperclass woman in colorful ceremonial dress with fan. Printed in Holland in 1852. Unframed.
 
Bachelor's Hall Banquet
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Bachelor's Hall Banquet
$249.00
Restrike engraving of an oil painting by Francis Calcraft Turner titled Bachelor's Hall--The Hunt Breakfast, 1839. Dining scene of distinguished gentlemen sitting around a table heaped with sumptuous dishes. Unframed.
 
Gorgeou Fruit Etchings, S/3
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Gorgeou Fruit Etchings, S/3
$495.00
Three restrike color etchings of fruits (La Galifsonniere, Galande Peach, Damas de Maugerou) by the Paris Etching Society after 18th-century artworks by Pierre-Antoine Poiteau, published by Langlois. The Paris Etching Society became the Phyllis Lucas Gallery. Printed on heavy French art paper, circa 1950. Size of each, 10"L x 12.5"H. Unframed.
 
Two Scottish Setters
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Two Scottish Setters
$249.00
French chromolithograph of two Scottish Setters (Le Setter Ecossais). Displayed in a 1.5" acid-free 2-ply ivory mat and 0.5" gold frame under non-glare 1/8" Plexiglas. Frame, 12"L x 9"H.
 
Hesperis Allum Redotens Morishist Oxon
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Hesperis Allum Redotens Morishist Oxon
$299.00
Restrike engraving of two botanicals classified by by J. Bauh as Hesperis Allum redotens Morishist Oxon. Image, 15.5"H x 11"L. Sheet, 26"H x 20"L. Unframed.
 
Rustic Brooklyn in 1866
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Rustic Brooklyn in 1866
$299.00
Chromolithograph captioned "Battle Pass, Valley Grove. Brooklyn, L. I. 1866." View of a farm at a time when Brooklyn was still considered part of Long Island. This lithograph was printed by the firm of Hayward & Lepine on Pearl Street in NYC for H. McCloskey's Manual 1867.
 
Lunaria Majer & Siliqua Rotundiere
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Lunaria Majer & Siliqua Rotundiere
$299.00
Restrike engraving of two botanicals classified by J. Bauh as Lunaria majer and Siliqua rotundiere. Image, 11"L x 15.5"H; sheet, 26"H x 20"L. Unframed.
 
March Hare by Audubon
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March Hare by Audubon
$375.00
Hand-colored lithograph of March Hare by Audubon, Octavo Edition, 1849-54. Drawn on stone by R. Trembly. Printed by Nagel & Weingartner, New York. Matted in 1.75" acid-free 4-ply dark green mat. Image, 8.5"L x 6"H. Unframed.
 
T F Šimon Gallery Exhibition Poster
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
T F Šimon Gallery Exhibition Poster
$225.00
Colorful poster for a T. F. Šimon gallery exhibition featuring one of his paintings of a woman in green in a pensive pose at the beach. T. F. Šimon (1877 - 1942) was a painter, etcher, and woodcut artist, whose style was strongly influenced by the French Impressionists and, perhaps through them, by Japanese printmaking techniques.
 
Preparing for the Hunt
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Preparing for the Hunt
$399.00
Hand-colored restrike engraving on heavy art paper of an original 1876 engraving. Shows a group of foxhounds being prepared for the hunt by two red-coated Masters of the Hounds. Unframed.
 
1783 Entrance of Washington into NY
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
1783 Entrance of Washington into NY
$465.00
Hand-colored original steel engraving of Washington leading the American Revolutionary Army into New York in 1783 and being welcomed enthusiastically by a crowd of American citizens. Matted in acid-free 4-ply blue mat. Displayed in a wood frame with beaded inner trim and antiqued gold finish. Image, 5.5" x 7.5"; frame, 9.25" x 11".
 
Adonis of the Vatican Engraving
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Adonis of the Vatican Engraving
$699.00
19th-century French neoclassical engraving of the statue "Adonis du Vatican" (Adonis of the Vatican). Displayed in a 1.5" four-ply blue acid-free mat and 0.5" wood frame with raised floral design and antiqued gold finish under Plexiglas. Image, 20"H x 14.5"L. Minor foxing, age wear.
 
White-Throated Sparrow by J. Audubon
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
White-Throated Sparrow by J. Audubon
$1,445.00
White-throated sparrow by J. J. Audubon. Engraved by Robert Havell, from the John James Audubon's "The Birds of America," Plate VIII, Leipzig Edition, 1972. Depicts a male and female white-throated sparrow. Unframed.
 
Portrait of Athena
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Portrait of Athena
$595.00
Greco-roman portrait in profile of Athena with a golden helmet decorated with a griffin on top and four horses on the front. Matted in acid-free, 4-ply, oval blue in a wood frame with antiqued gold finish with beaded inner trim. Images size: 5 x 3 1/2 inches. Frame size: 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches
 
Toulouse Lautrec Theatre Poster
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Toulouse Lautrec Theatre Poster
$199.00
Toulouse Lautrec Theatre Poster printed by Andre Sauret in Paris, 1950. Displayed in a 1.75" acid-free four-ply dark green mat. Image, 7.5"L x 11"H.
 
Smooth Heart Seed Plant & 2 Fern Forks
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Smooth Heart Seed Plant & 2 Fern Forks
$249.00
1812 hand-colored engraving of a beautiful seed plant with two fern forks, published by Sherwood and Company. Displayed in a 1 1/4" acid-free off-white 2-ply mat with 1/8" gold wood filet, and 5/8" gold wood frame. Frame, 9" x 12".
 
Borghese Gladiator Engraving
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Borghese Gladiator Engraving
$699.00
19th-century French neoclassical engraving of the statue "Le Gladiateur Combattent ou de Borghese" (Borghese Gladiator ). Displayed in a 1.5" four-ply blue acid-free mat and 0.5" wood frame with raised floral design and antiqued gold finish under Plexiglas. Image, 20"H x 14.5"L. Minor foxing, age wear.
 
Bouquet No 2 by Jean-Pierre Redouté
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Bouquet No 2 by Jean-Pierre Redouté
$199.00
Etching restrike of a watercolor by French-Belgian artist Jean-Pierre Redouté, one of the most famous botanical artists of the 18th century. Splendidly printed on Rives BFK French art paper by the Paris Etching Society in the early 1950s. Redouté was the court artist for Marie Antoinette and was nicknamed "The Raphael of Flowers." He represents a high point in botanical art. Image: 16.75" x 12". Sheet size: 20.38" x 14.25".
 
Western Duck by Audubon
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Western Duck by Audubon
$1,445.00
Color lithograph of Western Duck from John James Audubon's "The Birds of America," Leipzig edition, 1972. Unframed.
 
Florida Jay by Audubon
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Florida Jay by Audubon
$1,445.00
Color lithograph of Florida jay from John James Audubon's "The Birds of America," Leipzig edition, 1972. Unframed.
 
Rosa Gallica Aurelianensis
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Rosa Gallica Aurelianensis
$225.00
Rosa Gallica Aurelianensis is a restrike engraving from Jean-Pierre Redoute's book of prints "Les Roses." French-Belgian artist Redouté was one of the most famous botanical artists of the 18th century. He was the court artist for Marie Antoinette and was nicknamed "The Raphael of Flowers." Printed on Rives BFK French art paper by the Paris Etching Society in the early 1950s.
 
Bouquet LIS by Jean-Pierre Redouté
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Bouquet LIS by Jean-Pierre Redouté
$225.00
Etching restrike of a watercolor by French-Belgian artist Jean-Pierre Redouté, one of the most famous botanical artists of the 18th century. Splendidly printed on Rives BFK French art paper by the Paris Etching Society in the early 1950s. Redouté was the court artist for Marie Antoinette and was nicknamed "The Raphael of Flowers." He represents a high point in botanical art. Image size: 16.75" x 12". Sheet size: 20.38" x 14.25". Unframed.
 
Bouquet No 3 by Jean-Pierre Redouté
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Bouquet No 3 by Jean-Pierre Redouté
$199.00
Etching restrike of a watercolor by French-Belgian artist Jean-Pierre Redouté, one of the most famous botanical artists of the 18th century. Splendidly printed on Rives BFK French art paper by the Paris Etching Society in the early 1950s. Redouté was the court artist for Marie Antoinette and was nicknamed "The Raphael of Flowers." He represents a high point in botanical art. Image size: 16.75" x 12". Sheet size: 20.38" x 14.25".
 
Louisiana & Scarlet Tanager by Audubon
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Louisiana & Scarlet Tanager by Audubon
$1,445.00
Louisiana and Scarlet Tanager by J. J. Audubon. Engraved by Robert Havell, from the John James Audubon's "The Birds of America," Plate CCCLIV, Leipzig Edition, 1972. Depicts two male Louisiana Tanagers with Spring Plumage and a male Scarlet Tanager with old male Spring Plumage and a female Scarlet Tanager. Unframed.
 
Ibex Print
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Ibex Print
$249.00
Original color engraving of an Ibex (Steinboch) in its native Alpine habitat. Displayed in an antique gold finished wood frame with 2" dark greenish-gray four-ply acid-free mat. Image: 7"H x 4.5"L.
 
Rosa Centifolia
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Rosa Centifolia
$225.00
Rosa Centifolia is a restrike engraving from Jean-Pierre Redoute's book of prints "Les Roses." French-Belgian artist Redouté was one of the most famous botanical artists of the 18th century. He was the court artist for Marie Antoinette and was nicknamed "The Raphael of Flowers." Printed on Rives BFK French art paper by the Paris Etching Society in the early 1950s.
 
Antique Animals Print
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Antique Animals Print
$299.00
Antique engraved print by R. Campbell. Depicts a Hystrix Cristata, (Common of Crested Porcupine), H. Prehensilis, (Brazilian Porcupine), H. Dorsata, (Canadian Porcupine), Cavia Magellanica (Patagonian Cavy). Printed in New York, circa 1810. Displayed in a 4-ply acid-free 1.75" gray mat. Image: 9.75" x 7.375".
 
Rosa Gallica Regalis
VINTAGE
Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center
Rosa Gallica Regalis
$225.00
Rosa Gallica Regalis is a restrike engraving from Jean-Pierre Redoute's book of prints "Les Roses." French-Belgian artist Redouté was one of the most famous botanical artists of the 18th century. He was the court artist for Marie Antoinette and was nicknamed "The Raphael of Flowers." Printed on Rives BFK French art paper by the Paris Etching Society in the early 1950s.