c1920s. Etching, editioned 3/30, titled and signed in lower margin, 17.5 x 22.6cm. Slight stains to image lower centre, repaired missing portions to margins, old mount burn. Provenance: Artist’s son, Adrian Ashton.
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c1920s. Lithograph, signed in ink in lower margin, 32.2 x 24.3cm. Minor foxing and paper loss to margins.
c1920s. Colour woodcut with gouache, titled and signed in pencil in lower margin, 15.1 x 13.7cm. Old mount burn. Very uncommon image.
c1920s. Colour woodcut, captioned “Forum Romanum” in image lower left, titled, annotated “handdruck” in German and signed in pencil in lower margin, 35.7 x 32.8cm. Minor foxing. Born in Vienna, Emma Bormann earned a doctorate in 1917 after studying German philosophy and prehistoric archaeology. During this time she also studied.....
c1920s. Colour metal relief, signed in block lower right, titled in pencil below image, 35.6 x 22.8cm. The Quedlinburg castle complex was founded by King Henry and built up by Emperor Otto I in 936 AD. In 1944 the medieval court and old town of Quedlinburg were put on the...
c1920s. Etching, inscribed “to Muriel Hayes” and signed in pencil in lower margin, 19.3 x 24.5cm. Old mount burn.
c1920s. Etching, inscribed “to Muriel Hayes” and signed in pencil in lower margin, 20.4 x 25cm. Old mount burn.
c1920. Drypoint, signed in plate upper right, editioned 31/100 and signed in pencil in lower margin, 16.3 x 14cm.
c1920s. Etching, titled in image lower left, signed in pencil in lower margin, 29 x 18.1cm. Slight foxing to lower margin.
1920. Colour woodcut, titled, initialled and dated in block lower right, signed in pencil on image lower right, 34.5 x26.6cm.
c1920s. Wood engraving, editioned 7/25 and signed in pencil in lower margin, 14.6 x 19.6cm. Slight mount burn.
c1920s. Colour linocut, titled, signed and annotated in lower margin, 27 x 21.4cm. Held in National Gallery of Australia.
c1920s. Etching, signed in pencil in lower margin, 21.2 x 30cm. Discolouration and pin-holes to edges of margins.
c1920s. Drypoint, artist’s blind stamp and titled in ink in lower margin, 7.5 x 11.1cm. Blind stamp reads “Original drypoint etching by J. Francis Smith.”.
c1920s. Drypoint with etching, aquatint and soft-ground, editioned 60/93, initialled and signed by Walcot and titled by publisher in pencil in lower margin, 18.7 x 29.4cm. Held in de Young Museum, San Francisco. Born at Lustdorf, near Odessa in a mixed Scottish-Russian family, Walcot was a British architect graphic artist...
c1920s. Drypoint, signed in pencil in lower margin, 12.4 x 32.5cm.
c1920s. Etching, signed by Wyllie in pencil in lower margin, titled in pencil in another hand on original mount fragment verso, 35.2 x 25.2cm. Tear to right margin not affecting image.
c1920s. Etching with drypoint, 30.1 x 17.5cm. Slight foxing to lower portion of image and margins. This etching appears to be a working proof. Held in Auckland Art Gallery. Trevor Lloyd was a pioneer of etching in New Zealand and one of the country’s leading political cartoonists. Initially, he was.....
1893/1921. Woodcut, initialled “P.G.O.” and titled by Gauguin in block lower left, numbered “53”, annotated and signed by artist’s son Pola Gauguin in pencil in upper and lower margins, 20.3 x 35.4cm. Minor crease to image lower centre, slight cockling and rubbing to margins, old mount burn. Annotation reads “Paul.....
1921. Series of six etchings with aquatint and additional etched frontispiece, each titled “Salome” from “I” to “VI”, annotated “15. abzug [impression]”, signed and dated in pencil in lower margin, sizes range from 6.7 x 7.8cm to 19.6 x 19.3cm. Minor foxing to margins, old mount burn. Frontispiece text reads.....
c1921. Etching, artist and title in plate below image, 45.5 x 34cm. Repaired tears to right margin including platemark, paper remnants to lower portion, old mount burn. Text reads “Grand civic welcome to those gallant heroes HM 19th Regiment of Foot (The Green Howards) on their return from foreign service...
c1921. Lithograph, artist’s name, title and text in German in letterpress verso, 27.2 x 17.2cm. Minor discolouration to edges of margins. Text includes “Originallithographie.” Published in Genius, vol. 3, 1921, p118.
1918/1921. Woodcut, text including artist’s name in letterpress verso, 28 x 19.8cm. Minor discolouration to edges of margins. Schmidt-Rottluff is one of the most important artists of German Expressionism. This image is one of 9 woodcuts that Schmidt-Rottluff published for Das Spiel Christa, a play by Alfred Brust in 1918...
1921. Drypoint, signed and numbered “192” in plate, signed in pencil in lower margin by Blampied, titled and dated in ink in an unknown hand on accompanying label, 20 x 30cm. Mounted to card, tape to top margin, old mount burn. From an edition of 100. Ref: Appleby #158.
1921. Etching, dated in plate lower centre, signed, titled in German, dated and annotated “stich” in pencil in lower margin, 12.1 x 9.7cm. Mounted on a 19th century German certificate.