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Period: 1930s
Jeanne Marguerite Frey - Surbek (Swiss, 1886-1981) c. 1935 Etching Gabés Tunesia
Located in Meinisberg, CH
Jeanne Marguerite Frey-Surbek (Swiss, * 23.2.1886 Delémont, † 17.5.1981 Bern) Country Road near Gabés, Tunesia, North Africa • Etching • Platte, ca. 7 x 11 cm • Sheet, ca. 33 x 25.5 cm • Monogrammed lower right • Edition noted lower left 74/100 • Printed title lower right Looking through my stock, buyers will notice my liking of female artistes working in Switzerland and here I introduce you to another important heroine of Swiss artistes and present a sweet little Swiss School orientalist pre-war etching...
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Naturalistic 1930s Figurative Prints

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Paper, Ink

Women at Prayer
Located in Storrs, CT
10 15/16 x 8 7/16 (sheet 13 13/16 x 10 13/16). Subsequent to Dodgson. Edition 40 published by the Twenty-One Gallery for 7 guineas. Illustrated: Fine Prints of the Year, 1936. A rich...
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Renaissance 1930s Figurative Prints

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Engraving

LE RIRE
Located in Aventura, FL
Hand signed, titled and numbered by the artist. Ginestet Pouillon 390. Sheet size 10.7 x 7 in. Image size 8 x 6 in. Framed. Edition of 140. Artwork is in excellent condition. Certi...
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Cubist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Etching, Paper

Severini, Gravure Futuriste, XXe Siècle (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Edition Linocut on wove paper. Inscription: Signed in the plate and unnumbered, as issued, verso. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted. Notes: Extracted from the volu...
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Futurist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Linocut

Ernst, Elektra, XXe Siècle (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Edition Lithograph on wove paper. Edition: 1,500. Inscription: Signed in the plate and unnumbered, as issued, verso. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted. Notes: From...
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Surrealist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Marcoussis, Rimbaud, XXe Siècle (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Edition burin etching and engraving on wove paper. Edition: 1,500. Inscription: Signed in the plate and unnumbered, as issued. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted. N...
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Surrealist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Engraving, Etching

Wardell-Power, L'homme calculateur, XXe Siècle (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Edition etching and engraving on wove paper. Inscription: Signed in the plate and unnumbered, as issued, verso. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted; lithograph by th...
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Surrealist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Engraving, Etching

Matisse, Teeny (Duthuit 723), XXe Siècle (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Edition Linocut on wove paper. Edition: 1,500. Inscription: Signed in the plate and unnumbered, as issued, verso. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted. Notes: From th...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Linocut

Duchamp, Monte Carlo Bond (Schwarz 406b), XXe Siècle (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Edition Lithograph on wove paper. Edition: 1,500. Inscription: Signed in the plate and unnumbered, as issued, verso. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted. Notes: From...
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Dada 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Zadkine, Composition, XXe Siècle (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Edition Linocut on wove paper. Edition: 1,500. Inscription: Signed in the plate and unnumbered, as issued. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted. Notes: From the volum...
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Surrealist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Linocut

de Chirico, Composition, XXe Siècle (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Edition Linocut on wove paper. Inscription: Signed in the plate and unnumbered, as issued, verso. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted; lithograph by the artist, vers...
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Surrealist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Linocut

Magnelli, Composition, XXe Siècle (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Edition Linocut on wove paper. Edition: 1,500. Inscription: Signed in the plate and unnumbered, as issued. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted. Notes: From the volum...
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Surrealist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Linocut

Miro, Composition (Dupin 40), XXe Siècle (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Edition Linocut on wove paper. Edition: 1,500. Inscription: Signed in the plate and unnumbered, as issued, verso. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted. Notes: From th...
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Surrealist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Linocut

Bill, Composition, XXe Siècle (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Edition Linocut on wove paper. Edition: 1,500. Inscription: Signed in the plate and unnumbered, as issued. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted. Notes: From the volum...
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Surrealist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Linocut

de Chirico, Composition, XXe Siècle (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Edition Linocut on wove paper. Inscription: Signed in the plate and unnumbered, as issued. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted; lithograph by the artist, verso, as i...
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Surrealist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Linocut

Hélion, Composition, XXe Siècle (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Edition Linocut on wove paper. Edition: 1,500. Inscription: Unsigned and unnumbered, as issued. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted. Notes: From the volume, XXe Sièc...
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Surrealist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Linocut

Braque, Tête de femme, Verve: Revue Artistique et Littéraire (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Limited Edition Lithograph on vellum paper. Inscription: Unsigned and unnumbered. Edition: 2,000. Good condition. Notes: From the volume, Verve: Revue Artistique et Littérai...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Rouault, Tête de jeune fille, Verve: Revue Artistique et Littéraire (after)
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
Original Limited Edition Lithograph on vellum paper. Inscription: Unsigned and unnumbered, as issued. Edition: 2,000. Good condition. Notes: From the volume, Verve: Revue Artistique ...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Alibi Ike
Located in Raleigh, NC
RGRFINEARTS is pleased to offer this baseball themed lithograph of Alibi Ike after the character in the 1935 movie. A fine example of the draftsmanship that Pickhardt was known for.
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American Realist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

'Archway' — 1930s American Modernism, WPA
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Leon Bibel, 'Archway', color serigraph, 1939, edition 25. Signed, dated, titled, and numbered ' /25' in pencil. A rich, painterly impression, with fresh colors, on buff wove paper; ...
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American Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Screen

'Cargo Carriers' — 1930s New York Harbor
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Otto Kuhler, 'Cargo Carriers', etching and drypoint, c. 1932, edition 10, Kennedy 44. Signed in pencil. A superb, atmospheric impression with rich burr and selectively wiped overall ...
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American Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Etching, Drypoint

'Abstract Boats' — 1930s American Modernism, WPA
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Leon Bibel, 'Abstract Boats', color serigraph, 1938, edition 12. Signed, dated, and numbered ' /12' in pencil. A fine, painterly impression, with fresh colors, on buff wove paper; t...
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American Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Screen

'Food Not Cannon' — rare WPA modernist work of Social Conscience
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Leon Bibel, 'Food Not Cannon', etching, 1937, edition 12 (an early state, probably unique). Signed in pencil. A fine impression, on cream wove paper, with full margins (7/8 to 2 1/8 ...
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American Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Etching

Framed print of May 1, 1937, "Vogue" magazine cover by Carl Erickson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Framed print of May 1, 1937, "Vogue" magazine cover by Carl Oscar August Erickson of a woman in a salmon-colored suit playing with a dog.
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Other Art Style 1930s Figurative Prints

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Color

Framed print of November 10, 1930, "Vogue" magazine cover by Carl Erickson
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Framed print of November 10, 1930, "Vogue" magazine cover by Carl Oscar August Erickson depicting a woman resting her chin in her black-gloved hand.
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Other Art Style 1930s Figurative Prints

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Color

Framed print of May 15, 1934, "Vogue" magazine cover by Alix Zeilinger
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Framed print of May 15, 1934, "Vogue" magazine cover by Alix Zeilinger for the Summer Travel issue depicting a woman in a yellow hat and black and yellow stripes looking at a butterf...
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Other Art Style 1930s Figurative Prints

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Color

Sunday Morning
Located in Wilton Manors, FL
Sunday Morning. Title: Sunday Morning Artist: Dox Thrash (American, Griffin, Georgia 1893–1965 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Printer: Sam J. Brown (1901-1994). Date: ca. 1939. Medium: Drypoint Dimensions: sheet: 12 5/8 x 10 5/8 in. (32 x 27 cm) plate: 8 7/8 x 7 7/8 in. (22.5 x 20 cm) This is the most heavily inked, atmospheric example known to exist. Unique, unsigned example from the collection of artist Samuel J. Brown. Dox Thrash (1893–1965) was an African-American artist who was famed as a skilled draftsman, master printmaker, and painter and as the co-inventor of the Carborundum printmaking process.[1] The subject of his artwork was African American life. He served as a printmaker with the W.P.A. at the Fine Print Workshop of Philadelphia. The artist spent much of his career living and working in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.[1] Early life Dox Thrash was born on March 22, 1893, in Griffin, Georgia.[2] He was the second of four children in his family. Thrash left home at the age of fifteen in search of work up north. He was part of the Great Migration (African American) looking for industrial work in the North. The first job that Thrash got was working with a circus and a Vaudeville act. In 1911, at the age of 18, he moved to Chicago, Illinois.[3] He got a job as an elevator operator during the day, and used this source of income to attend school.[3] In 1914 he attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.[1] In 1917, the United States declared war on Germany and entered World War I. In September 1917, at the age of twenty-four, Thrash enlisted in the army.[3] He was placed in the 365th Infantry Regiment, 183rd Brigade, 92nd Division, also known as the Buffalo Soldiers.[1] During combat, Thrash suffered shell shock and a gas attack, but was not permanently injured. Career as an artist Front cover of Dox Thrash: An African American Master Printmaker Rediscovered, by John Ittmann. After having served in the war, Thrash qualified as a war veteran and enrolled in the Art Institute of Chicago with the support of federal funding.[3] After finishing his education, he traveled intermittently from Georgia to Chicago, Boston, New York, and finally Philadelphia, working odd jobs - experiences that provided him with subject matter to later paint. Settling in Philadelphia by 1925, he took a job working as a janitor. In his free time, he continued his art career and used his talent to create emblems, such as the one for the North Philadelphia Businessmen's Association, and posters in exhibitions and festivals, including the 2nd Annual National Negro Music Festival and the Tra Club of Philadelphia.[1] This gained him local recognition and opened doors for new artistic endeavors. By 1929, Thrash was attending nightly classes within these clubs, namely with Earl Horter of the Graphic Sketch Club, now known as the Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial.[3] In 1937 Thrash joined the government-sponsored Works Progress Administration (WPA)'s Federal Art Project.[4] Through the WPA, Thrash began working at the Fine Print Workshop of Philadelphia.[5] At the Fine Print Workshop of Philadelphia, Thrash, along with Michael J. Gallagher and Hugh Mesibov, began experimenting and co-inventing the process of carborundum mezzotint, a printmaking technique.[1] Carborundum printmaking uses a carbon-based abrasive to burnish copper plates creating an image that can produce a print in tones ranging from pale gray to deep black. The method is similar to the more difficult and complicated mezzotint process developed in the 17th century. He used this as his primary medium for much of his career and created his greatest works with it. One of his first pieces employing this nascent technique was his anonymous self-portrait entitled Mr. X. With this new technique, the three gained increasing recognition as they published more and more graphics within newspapers and featured more and more pieces within exhibitions. Their works often featured subtle commentaries about social and economic exploitation regarding the contemporary politics of the Great Depression and the Second World War. By 1940, Thrash, Gallagher, and Mesibov all began to gain attention in local circles for their carborundum prints, although the role that each artist played in the development of the process was left unclear.[6] In 1960, Thrash participated in a show at the Pyramid Club, a social organization of Black professional men that held an annual art exhibit starting in 1941. Others on hand were Howard N. Watson, Benjamin Britt, Robert Jefferson and Samuel J. Brown Jr. Thrash spent the later years of his life mentoring young African American artists. He died on April 19, 1965, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.[2] He was posthumously honored almost 40 years later in 2001 with a major retrospective, titled Dox Thrash: An African-American Master Printmaker Rediscovered, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.[7] Thrash's work was included in the 2015 exhibition We Speak: Black Artists in Philadelphia, 1920s-1970s at the Woodmere Art Museum.[8] Relation to Alain Locke and the New Negro Movement This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources in this section. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (June 2022) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Alain LeRoy Locke (1885-1954) was an intellectual, professor and author who espoused that African Americans, specifically artists, to capture the personality, lives, and essence of their people in The New Negro. He explained “The Negro physiognomy must be freshly and objectively conceived on its own patterns if it is ever to be seriously and importantly interpreted. Art must discover and reveal the beauty which prejudice and caricature have overlaid.”[9] What Locke is expressing here is not only the call for black artists to overcome racial prejudices via positive artistic representations of blacks, but that the actual African American individual like Thrash portrayed the lives of fellow blacks, and had the power to propagate this idea of the New Negro, as Locke explains, “There is the possibility that the sensitive artistic mind of the American Negro, stimulated by a cultural pride and interest, will receive…a profound and galvanizing influence.”[10] In his shadowy carborundum mezzotint Cabin Days, Thrash depicts a southern black family on the porch of their shack-like home in a rural landscape. The man, woman, and child, clutched tenderly to the female figure's breast, create an intimate scene highlighted by the bright cleanliness of the laundry hanging behind them. Placed in front of the drying laundry, they are framed by one aspect of the hard work accomplished during the day. Close to one another, staring collectively outward at the Southern landscape, they, and their laudable priorities of cleanliness and family, are made the bright focal point in the poor, unstable atmosphere. Such inner warmth is seemingly incompatible with the family's crooked and disheveled surroundings, and their fuzzy appearance with a lack of facial detail makes the scene into a general archetype for rural southern blacks living conditions and qualities. Thrash was referencing an experience common to thousands of black families in rural occupations at the turn of the 20th century, often forced into slavery-like tenant farming as their only means of livelihood in the racist South. The “uneven clapboards, leaning porch, broken shutter, and uprooted fence” are rife with instability, much like the post-slavery economic and social systems of the South, making it clear that for African Americans, “the house is not the home; rather, the figures on the porch represent family unity and continuity”.[10] In this way, Thrash is able to not only champion the positive qualities of blacks in the family setting but underscore this with a symbolic look at their disadvantaged situation, making it all the more impressive that they persevere. Thrash symbolically depicted harsh realities for the African American at this transitional point in history while conferring a sensitive rendering of their humanity, akin to any other race, despite its utter denial by American society. Through softer tempera washes like A New Day, he literally and figuratively paints a picture of a black family transitioning from the South to the North during the Great Migration, making a hopeful, daring leap to attempt to be equal members of the society that has historically oppressed them. On the left side of the canvas lie muddled farm houses and plow handles, embodiments of their rural life of tedious hard labor behind them, fading to gray. Their hopeful gazes “…convey the optimism of the scores of African Americans who left the countryside to pursue better job opportunities, health care, and education in urban centers”.[6] The stance of the figures, with their chins raised in a dignified gesture towards cityscape ahead suggest a confidence and ambitiousness in their collective futures in this new northern industrial terrain. Even the child, clutched securely in the arm of the mother figure against her breast is not only serenely grinning, but calm enough to appear to gently doze, confident in that the journey ahead will result positively, poses no threat. The exposed arm of the woman is notable as well, being unusually thick and muscular, along with the general proportions of the kneeling father, who position on the ground appears not pleading but rather in a slightly exhausted, but upright gratefulness for the promise ahead. Thrash makes it clear that this family has traveled a long way, but is not depleted; rather they are strong and preparing for further hard work and hopeful success ahead. They are the quintessence of the New Negro, in that they are not only journeying forward to seize previously unobtainable opportunities that will enhance their lives, but the manner with which they hold themselves provokes a certain level of warranted respect for their humanity, from the viewer. In fact it was the strength of his fellow African Americans that Thrash often emphasized, amongst other positive characteristics in the face of adversity in personal portraits. Through his carborundum print Life, he depicts a neatly dressed black girl reading...
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American Realist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Etching

Sailing Boat - Etching - 1932
Located in Roma, IT
Etching. Hand signed as L. de Mattia. Good condition.
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Etching

"Motif aus Improvisation 25: The Garden of Love" original woodcut
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: original woodcut. Catalogue reference Roethel 105. Printed in Paris in 1938 for the art revue XXe Siecle (issue number 3). Image size: 8 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches (217 x 220 mm). Sh...
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Expressionist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Woodcut

Summer : Surrealist Figures with the Moon - Lithograph, Plate Signed #MOURLOT
Located in Paris, FR
Joan MIRO (1893-1983) Summer : Surrealist Figures with the Moon, 1938 Lithograph in colors Printed signature in the plate Printed in Mourlot workshop and published by Teriade for "V...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Les Mans d'Arlequin - Pochoir by Gino Severini - 1930
Located in Roma, IT
Les Amans d'Arlequin is an artwork realized by Gino Severini in 1930. Pochoir from the Suite "Fleurs et Masques". Very good condition. Signed in plate on the lower right. Ref. Ca...
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Futurist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Stencil, Paper

Le Tronc de l'arbre - Etching by Paul Emile Colin - 1935
Located in Roma, IT
Le Tronc de l'arbre is an artwok realized in 1935, by the French Artist Paul Emile Colin . Black and white etching on paper. Hand Signed on the right corner. Limited edition of 35, ...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Etching

Some Monograms - Lithograph by George Auriol - 1930s
Located in Roma, IT
Some Monograms is an artwok realized in early-20th century, by the French Artist George Auriol (1863-1935) . Lithograph on paper. Signed in plate on the left margin. The artist depi...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

"Schwartzer Fleck" original woodcut
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: original woodcut. Catalogue reference Roethel 145. Printed in Paris in 1938 for the art revue XXe Siecle (issue number 3). Image size: 7 x 8 1/2 inches (170 x 218 mm). Sheet ...
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Expressionist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Woodcut

Coming Home Woodblock Print c.1930's WPA Woodcut Print Hand Signed
Located in Surfside, FL
Some of his prints were published by the WPA some were done in Soviet Moscow in Russia.. it is a wood engraving signed in pencil. From a small edition. Albert Abramovitz (1879-1963...
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American Impressionist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Woodcut

Walter DuBois Richards, The Lobster Float
Located in New York, NY
Ohio-born Walter DuBois Richards (1907-2006) was educated at the Cleveland School of Art. He re-located to New York around 1933 where he had a successful career as a commercial artis...
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American Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Woodcut

Eurybia and Eros
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Eurybia and Eros Etching, 1932 Printed on BFK Rives paper Unsigned (as issued by Vollard) Published by Ambrose Vollard, Paris From the suite of 16 illustrations for Hesiod's Theogony...
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French School 1930s Figurative Prints

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Etching

The Wild Boars - Etching by Xavier de Poret - 1934
Located in Roma, IT
The Wild Boars is a B./W.  etching on paper realized on 1934 by the French artist Xavier de Poret. Hand Signed on the left and dated on the right corner.
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Etching

Ex Libris - A. Formenti - woodcut by Fabio Mauroner - 1937
Located in Roma, IT
Ex Libris -A. Formenti is an Artwork realized in 1937,  by the Italian Artist Fabio Mauroner (1884-1947) Etching print on ivory paper. Hand Signed on the left margin and dated "MCMX...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Woodcut

1936 Lithograph Interregnum Street Riot Protest Small Edition Weimar Germany
Located in Surfside, FL
Hand lithography on BFK Rives French hand moulded paper Style: German New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit) According to the frontis these were produced by Hand Lithography. According...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Ex Libris - Attilii Vicentini - woodcut by Luigi Angelini - 1930s
Located in Roma, IT
Ex Libris - Attilii Vicentini is an Artwork realized in 1930 s. by the Italian Architect Luigi Angelini(1884-1969)  Woodcut print on ivory paper. Hand Signed on the right corner and...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Woodcut

1936 Lithograph Interregnum, Cigar, Kid w Toy Gun, Small Edition Weimar Germany
Located in Surfside, FL
Hand lithography on BFK Rives French hand moulded paper Style: German New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit) According to the frontis these were produced by Hand Lithography. According...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

MERRY-GO-ROUND
Located in Portland, ME
Marsh, Reginald. MERRY-GO-ROUND. S99. Etching, 1930. Sixth state of six. Number 29 of 58 lifetime impressions printed by Marsh (there were a further 8 printed posthumously by Jones ...
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1930s Figurative Prints

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Etching

Fuwa, Kabuki Actor
By Masamitsu Ota
Located in Fairlawn, OH
From: “Kabuki Jahachi-Ban” (Eighteen Kabuki Plays) by the Ichikawa Family Publisher: Gekiga Kanko Kai Carver: Okura Hanbei Printer: Shinmi Yohei Signed: with the artist’s signatu...
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Other Art Style 1930s Figurative Prints

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Woodcut

1936 Lithograph Interregnum Portfolio Windblown Man Small Edition Weimar Germany
Located in Surfside, FL
Hand lithography on BFK Rives French hand moulded paper Style: German New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit) According to the frontis these were produced by Hand Lithography. According...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

'The Steps' — WPA Era 1930s Graphic Modernism
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Fritz Eichenberg, 'The Steps', wood engraving, 1933, edition 200. Signed, titled, and annotated 'Ed. 200' in pencil. Initialed in the block, lower right. A superb, richly-inked impr...
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American Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Woodcut

1936 Lithograph Interregnum Portfolio Butcher Shop Small Edition Weimar Germany
Located in Surfside, FL
Hand lithography on BFK Rives French hand moulded paper Style: German New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit) According to the frontis these were produced by Hand Lithography. According...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

1936 Lithograph Interregnum portfolio Artist Studio small edition Weimar Germany
Located in Surfside, FL
Hand lithography on BFK Rives French hand moulded paper Style: German New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit) According to the frontis these were produced by Hand Lithography. According...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

'The Aquarium' — WPA Era 1930s Graphic Modernism
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Fritz Eichenberg, 'The Aquarium', wood engraving, 1933, edition 200. Signed and titled in pencil. Initialed in the block, lower right. A superb, richly-inked impression, on pale yel...
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American Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Woodcut

LOWEST $ DIB Post Impressionist “LE HAVRE” Lithograph 1930 Figures and Seascrape
Located in New York, NY
Here I have the lowest authentic priced Raphl Dufy Le Havre for sale! Originally purchased purchased from Sotheby’s I’m 1984 for approx $3500, I have attached a photo of receipt ...
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Post-Impressionist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Art Deco original 'La Panna' vintage beach resort poster 1932
Located in Spokane, WA
Beautiful art deco original vintage poster La Panne from 1932. A chromolithograph with the addition of silver ink makes this original Belgium beach poster...
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Art Deco 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Ex-Libris - Johnny Køhler - Woodcut by Herbert Ott - 1959
Located in Roma, IT
Ex-Libris - Johnny Køhler is an Artwork realized in 1959, by the Artist Herbert Ott, from Germany. Woodcut on paper. Hand Signed and dated on the right...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Woodcut

'Rain at Shinagawa, Ryoshimachi' — lifetime impression
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
A fine, atmospheric impression, with fresh colors; the full sheet, in excellent condition. Signed 'Hasui' with the artist’s seal 'Kawase', lower left. Published by Watanabe Shozaburo...
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Showa 1930s Figurative Prints

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Woodcut

Ex-Libris - W.E. Daignault - Lithograph by Valentin Le Campion - 1930s
Located in Roma, IT
Ex-Libris  - W.E. Daignault is an Artwork realized in 1930 s.  by the Artist Valentin Le Campion. Lithograph on paper. The work is glued on ivory cardboard. Total dimensions: 13 x ...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Ex-Libris - Elizabeth Watson Diamond - Woodcut by Valentin Le Campion - 1930s
Located in Roma, IT
Ex-Libris  - Elizabeth Watson Diamond is an Artwork realized in 1930 s.  by the Artist Valentin Le Campion Screenprint on paper. Hand Signed on back. The work is glued on ivory car...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Woodcut

Ex-Libris - Leo Winkeler - Etching by  Jocelyn Mercier - 1930s
Located in Roma, IT
Ex-Libris - Leo Winkeler is an Artwork realized in 1930 s., by Artist Jocelyn Mercier Etching on paper. Hand Signed and dated on the right margin. The work is glued on ivory cardbo...
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Modern 1930s Figurative Prints

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Etching

Anatomie de Mon Univers
Located in Wilton, CT
Reprint of Andre Masson's book from 1939. Printed on heavy wove paper. 30 plates of black and white drawings.
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Surrealist 1930s Figurative Prints

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Lithograph

Femme Nue se Couronnant de Fleurs - Etching by Pablo Picasso - 1930
Located in Roma, IT
Etching on Montval with watermark "Vollard" Hand Signed in pencil. One of 260 proofs Ref. Catalogue Bloch n.135; Baer 195 B.d.; Belongs to the "Suite Vollard". Édition Ambroise V...
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Cubist 1930s Figurative Prints

Materials

Paper, Etching

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