Hand-colored lithograph showing a young woman in traditional
costume of Molten, Austria. Published in Paris, 1939. Displayed in an acid-free, standard-size mat. Mat opening is 7.5"L x 11.25"H; overall size, 16"L x 20"H.
Hand-colored steel engraving from the Galerie du Musée
Napoléon by Antoine Michel Filhol, published in Paris in 1802. Print is titled "Mars and Venus" (Mars and Venus). Date of hand-coloring is unknown. Unframed. Slightly frayed edges.
Original etching of dogs sniffing by the French
artist O'Klein. Published in the 1940s by Sidney Z. Lucas of the Paris Etching Society, which became the Phyllis Lucas Gallery. On heavy French art paper, signed in pencil by the artist ...