The American City

Ever since the American city went from town to megalopolis, American artists have taken to depicting urban surroundings, from the towering to the intimate, and everything in between.  This selection is an ode to the subject of American urban views.
Anton Schutz: The Four Bridges Sold

SCHUTZ, Anton

The Four Bridges

Etching, 1929.

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Etching, 1929, Harbor Gallery 19, edition unknown. 10 x 13 3/4 in. Signed in pencil. This is a fine impression printed on cream wove paper. The mar...

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Lilian Miller: Rain Blossoms Japan Sold

MILLER, Lilian

Rain Blossoms Japan

Woodcut, 1928.

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Dimensions: 10.5" x 15.5"Medium: Mokuhanga Woodblock PrintEdition Size: Unknown

Sarah Brayer: Bebop Puddle Hop Sold

BRAYER, Sarah

Bebop Puddle Hop

Woodcut, 1984.

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Dimensions: 20" x 26"Medium: Mokuhanga Woodblock PrintEdition Size: 150

Martin Lewis: CHANCE MEETING Sold

LEWIS, Martin

CHANCE MEETING

Drypoint, 1941.

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Lewis, Martin. CHANCE MEETING. McCarron 131. Drypoint, 1940-41. Edition of 105. Signed in pencil, lower right. 10 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches, 265 x 188 mm....

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Augusta Rathbone: Rigaud Sold

RATHBONE, Augusta

Rigaud

Etching, 1936.

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Rigaud is a color intaglio, a combination of line etching and color aquatint, from 1936 by American printmaker Augusta Rathbone (1897-1990). It is...

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