1823. Lithograph, artist, lithographer “L. Ekemann Allessan” and title in German with publisher’s blind stamp “Ebner” in lower margin, 33.7 x 41.5cm (image). Text reads “Nach d. leben gez. (after a life drawing) v. Rud. Kuntz. Lithogr. v. L. Ekemann Allessan. ‘Tayar.’ Helbruan/Baiclair.” Published in Chevaux de Races Orientales aux.....
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1823. Lithograph, text with partially obscured title and date below image, annotated in pencil in lower margin, 33.8 x 45.5cm (image). Rubbing and repairs below image. Text reads “James Ward RA. Prix, et Del. Select proof retouched by J.W. London. Pub. April 1823 for J.W. by R. Ackermann. Rodwell &...
1877/later printing. Etching, aquatint and drypoint, 21.5 x 32.6cm (image). Minor surface loss to image centre right, trimmed to edges of image, tipped to mount. Plate C from the Disparates (Follies) . Held in the Metropolitan Museum of Art collection.
c1918. Watercolour, titled and signed in pencil lower left, 25.7 x 35cm. Old crease lower right, minor foxing to margins, slight staining verso. In 1909 Reid went to London to study art. During WWI he served in Gallipoli and Sinai with the Scottish Light Horse before transferring to the Royal...
c1920s. Etching with drypoint, signed by Dowd and titled in an unknown hand in pencil in lower margin, 20.1 x 14.7cm. Slight foxing to edges and lower portion of image, old mount burn.
c1920s. Colour woodcut, monogrammed in block lower left, titled in pencil in lower margin, 26.6 x 47.6cm. Creases, minor foxing and missing portions to margins.
c1920. Lithograph, text including artist and title in letterpress verso, 13.8 x 5.7cm. Minor old mount burn. Issued in Deutsche Graphiker der Gegenwart, Pfister, 1920.
c1920s. Colour linocut, monogrammed in block lower left, annotated “handdruck” and titled in German, signed and numbered “35” and “22” in pencil in lower margin, 45.7 x 26cm. Foxing and slight paper loss to margins.
c1920s. Colour linocut, monogrammed in block lower right, annotated “handdruck” with illegible title in German, signed and numbered “35” and “21” in pencil in lower margin, 42.9 x 22.7cm. Foxing overall, creases, slight tears and paper loss to margins.
c1920s. Etching, editioned 1/75 and signed in pencil in lower margin, 20.9 x 27.6cm. Old mount burn.
c1920s. Drypoint, signed in pencil in lower margin, 16.3 x 37.8cm. Slight foxing overall, old mount burn.
c1920s. Etching, inscribed “to Muriel Hayes” and signed in pencil in lower margin, 19.3 x 24.5cm. Old mount burn.
c1920. Drypoint, signed in plate upper right, editioned 31/100 and signed in pencil in lower margin, 16.3 x 14cm.
1921. Colour stencil, initialled in pencil on image lower right, titled, annotated “trial proof,” signed and dated in pencil below image, 19.8 x 25.8cm. Surface loss, paper remnants, tears to margins, laid down on old backing.
1923. Drypoint, signed and dated in plate lower centre, signed in pencil in lower margin, 18 x 26cm. Old horizontal crease to upper portion of image, minor glue stains to margins, old mount burn. Ref: Appleby #95.
c1923. Colour woodcut, signed with partially illegible date in pencil in lower margin, 31.9 x 24.7cm. Repaired tear and missing portions to upper edge of image and margins. Laid down on acid-free tissue.
c1924. Drypoint, signed in pencil on plate mark below image, 26.8 x 43.1cm. Crease to lower right centre of image, folded left and right margins, slight mount burn.
c1925. Lithograph, signed in image lower left, signed in ink on image lower right, 27.9 x 20.6cm. Minor foxing, old mount burn. Framed.
c1925. Colour woodcut, annotated “handdruck” (hand printed), titled and signed in pencil in lower margin, 23.7 x 23.6cm. Slight foxing, stains and crinkles to margins. Framed.
c1925. Colour woodcut, annotated “handdruck,” signed and titled in pencil in lower margin, 12.8 x 14cm. Minor stains and crinkles to upper and left margins, slight rubbing to lower margin.
c1925. Colour woodcut, annotated “handdruck,” signed with faint title in pencil in lower margin, 14.9 x 14.9cm.
c1925. Colour woodcut, annotated “handdruck” and signed in pencil in lower margin, 14 x 18.5cm. Missing portion to corner of lower margin.
1926. Wood engraving, editioned 12/50 and signed in pencil in lower margin, 20.5 x 17.5cm. Soiling and stains to margins. Held in Smithsonian American Art Museum. Dr. Alexander Simeon Masley was the founder of the Art Education Program at the University of New Mexico, then the Department of Art Education...
1927. Etching with drypoint, signed in plate lower left, signed in pencil on image lower right, 34 x 21cm. Stains to margins, old mount burn. Held in de Young Museum, San Francisco.
c1920s-1930s. Colour process lithograph poster, Chinese characters and artist’s stamp in image lower right and centre, 77.3 x 50.3cm. Repaired slight creases and perforations. Linen-backed. Provenance: Old Chinese grocery store in Dixon St, Sydney, at closing down sale in 1980s. Vintage poster without the usual overprint advertising cigarettes, soap or.....