c1930s. Pencil drawing, titled and signed in pencil on backing below image, 7.4 x 14cm. Minor surface loss and foxing to image, tipped to original backing. Carl Newland Werntz was an American painter, fine arts photographer, illustrator, cartoonist and educator who founded the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. Werntz was...
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c1930s. Three watercolours, each signed lower right, 30.8 x 16.2cm (approx. each, paper size). Slight stains and foxing overall, minor cockling, chips and discolouration to edges. The Japanese term for a rickshaw runner is jinrikisha, which literally translates as man-powered wheels. The rickshaw was invented in Japan.
1950 and 1953. Watercolour, one titled, both signed “William K. Kerr” and dated lower left to right, 38.8 x 56.7cm. Pinholes, slight stains, minor paper remnants and paper loss to edges.