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Rockwell Kent Art

American, 1882-1971
Rockwell Kent, (1882-1971) was born in Plattsburgh, New York). As a painterand printmaker his work was captured scenes of nature and adventure with a sense of drama that made him one of the most popular American artists of the first half of the 20th century. Kent studied architecture at Columbia University but turned to painting and was a pupil of William M. Chase, Robert Henri, and Abbott Thayer. Best known as an artist and illustrator he worked as an architectural draftsman, as a lobsterman and carpenter on the coast of Maine, and as a ship’s carpenter. He explored the waters about Tierra del Fuego in a small boat and lived in Newfoundland, Alaska, and Greenland, drawing heavily upon these experiences for his paintings and travel books. Kent’s human figures, which appear sparingly in his work, often signify mythic themes, such as heroism, loneliness, and individualism.
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Artist: Rockwell Kent
"Figure Study" Rockwell Kent, American Modernism, Work on Paper
By Rockwell Kent
Located in New York, NY
Rockwell Kent Figure Study Estate stamped lower right Ink on paper 6 x 10 inches Rockwell Kent, though best known as an artist and illustrator, pursued many careers throughout his l...
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Early 20th Century Rockwell Kent Art

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Paper, Ink

'Mountain Climber' — 1930s American Modernism
By Rockwell Kent
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Rockwell Kent, 'Mountain Climber', wood engraving, 1933, edition 250, Burne Jones 93. Signed in pencil. A brilliant, black impression, on cream, wove Japan paper; the full sheet with margins (2 9/16 to 3 5/8 inches); slight skinning at the top sheet edge verso, where previously hinged; otherwise, in excellent condition. Archivally matted to museum standards, unframed. Image size 7 7/8 x 5 7/8 inches (200 x 149 mm); sheet size 14 x 11 1/8 inches (356 x 283 mm). Printed by Pynson Printers, New York. Distributed by The Print Club of Cleveland, Publication No. 11, 1933. Literature: 'Rockwellkentiana,' Harcourt, Brace and Company, New York, 1933. '101 of The World’s Greatest Books', edited by Spencer Armstrong, 1950. Impressions of this work are held in the following museum collections: Akron Art Institute, Burne Jones Collection, IL; Cincinnati Art Museum; Cleveland Museum of Art; Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts; Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art; Davis Museum at Wellesley College; Fine Art Museums of San Francisco; H. M. de Young Museum; Hermitage Museum; Kent Collection, NY; Library of Congress; Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester; Metropolitan Museum of Art; New York Public Library; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Princeton University Library; Smithsonian American Art Museum, Spector Collection, NY; SUNY, Plattsburg. ABOUT THE ARTIST Rockwell Kent (1882-1971), though best known as a painter, graphic artist, and illustrator, pursued many careers throughout his life, including architect, carpenter, explorer, writer, dairy farmer, and political activist. Born in Tarrytown, New York, Kent was interested in art from a young age. These ambitions were encouraged by his aunt Jo Holgate, an accomplished ceramicist. Jo came to live with the family after Kent’s father passed away in 1887 and took him to Europe as a teenager, undoubtedly kindling his interest in exploring the world. Kent attended the Horace Mann School in New York City, where he excelled at mechanical drawing. His family’s financial circumstances prevented him from pursuing a career in the fine arts; however, after graduating from Horace Mann in 1900, Kent decided to study architecture at Columbia University. Before matriculating at Columbia, Kent spent the first of three consecutive summers studying painting at William Merritt Chase’s art school in Shinnecock Hills, Long Island. There he found a community of mentors and fellow students who encouraged him to pursue his interest in art. At the end of Kent’s third summer at Shinnecock, Chase offered him a full scholarship to the New York School of Art, where he was a teacher. Kent began taking night classes at the art school in addition to his architecture studies but soon left Columbia to study painting full-time. In addition to Chase, Kent took classes with Robert Henri and Kenneth Hayes Miller, where his classmates included the artists George Bellows and Edward Hopper. Kent spent the summer of 1903 assisting the eccentric painter Abbott Handerson Thayer at his studio in Dublin, New Hampshire—a position he secured through the recommendation of his Aunt Jo. Thayer’s naturalist lifestyle and almost mystical appreciation for natural phenomena greatly influenced Kent; he returned to Dublin for many years to visit Thayer and his family. Thayer gave the young artist time to pursue his work, and that summer Kent painted several views of the New Hampshire landscape, including Mount Monadnock. In 1905 Kent moved from New York to Monhegan Island in Maine, home to a summer art colony, where he continued to find inspiration in nature. Kent soon found success exhibiting and selling his paintings in New York, and in 1907, he was given his first solo show at Claussen Galleries. The following year he married his first wife, Kathleen Whiting (Thayer’s niece), with whom he had five children. The couple divorced in 1924, and Kent married Frances Lee the following year. They divorced after 15 years of marriage, and the artist married Sally Johnstone. For the next several decades, Kent lived a peripatetic lifestyle, settling in several locations in Connecticut, Maine, and New York. During this time he took several extended voyages to remote, often ice-filled, corners of the globe, including Newfoundland, Alaska, Tierra del Fuego, and Greenland, to which he made three separate trips. For Kent, exploration and artistic production were twinned endeavors, and his travels to these rugged, elemental locations inspired his visual art and his writings. He developed a stark, realist landscape style in his paintings and drawings that revealed both nature’s harshness and its sublimity. Kent’s human figures, which appear sparingly in his work, often allude to the mythic themes of isolation, individualism, heroism, and the quest for self-connection. Important exhibitions of works from these travels include the Knoedler Gallery’s shows in 1919 and 1920, featuring Kent’s Alaska drawings...
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1930s American Modern Rockwell Kent Art

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Woodcut

Farewell
By Rockwell Kent
Located in Detroit, MI
Pencil signed on front. Paper size is 9 1/4"x7.5"
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1930s Modern Rockwell Kent Art

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'The Bather' — 1930s American Modernism
By Rockwell Kent
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
Rockwell Kent, 'The Bather', wood engraving, 1931, edition 120, Burne Jones 63. Signed in pencil. A brilliant, black impression, on cream, wove Japan paper; the full sheet with margins (2 1/2 to 3 1/4 inches); slight skinning at the top sheet edge, verso, otherwise in excellent condition. Image size 5 3/8 x 7 7/8 inches (137 x 200 mm); sheet size 11 1/8 x 14 1/2 inches (283 x 368 mm). Archivally matted to museum standards, unframed. Impressions of this work are held in the following public collections: Burne Jones Collection, IL; Chegodaev Collection, Moscow; Kent Collection, NY; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Princeton University Library, NJ; Pushkin Museum, Moscow; Smithsonian American Art Museum, Spector Collection, NY. Rockwell Kent (1882-1971), though best known as a painter, graphic artist, and illustrator, pursued many careers throughout his life, including architect, carpenter, explorer, writer, dairy farmer, and political activist. Born in Tarrytown, New York, Kent was interested in art from a young age. These ambitions were encouraged by his aunt Jo Holgate, an accomplished ceramicist. Jo came to live with the family after Kent’s father passed away in 1887 and took him to Europe as a teenager, undoubtedly kindling his interest in exploring the world. Kent attended the Horace Mann School in New York City, where he excelled at mechanical drawing. His family’s financial circumstances prevented him from pursuing a career in the fine arts; however, after graduating from Horace Mann in 1900, Kent decided to study architecture at Columbia University. Before matriculating at Columbia, Kent spent the first of three consecutive summers studying painting at William Merritt Chase’s art school in Shinnecock Hills, Long Island. There he found a community of mentors and fellow students who encouraged him to pursue his interest in art. At the end of Kent’s third summer at Shinnecock, Chase offered him a full scholarship to the New York School of Art, where he was a teacher. Kent began taking night classes at the art school in addition to his architecture studies but soon left Columbia to study painting full-time. In addition to Chase, Kent took classes with Robert Henri and Kenneth Hayes Miller, where his classmates included the artists George Bellows and Edward Hopper. Kent spent the summer of 1903 assisting the eccentric painter Abbott Handerson Thayer at his studio in Dublin, New Hampshire—a position he secured through the recommendation of his Aunt Jo. Thayer’s naturalist lifestyle and almost mystical appreciation for natural phenomena greatly influenced Kent; he returned to Dublin for many years to visit Thayer and his family. Thayer gave the young artist time to pursue his work, and that summer Kent painted several views of the New Hampshire landscape, including Mount Monadnock...
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1930s American Modern Rockwell Kent Art

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Woodcut

Man at Mast
By Rockwell Kent
Located in New Orleans, LA
A lookout starkly rendered in the art deco style straddles the mast of a ship as he surveys the landscape. Rockwell Kent's wood engraving issued in 1930 in an edition of 120. it is ...
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Early 20th Century American Modern Rockwell Kent Art

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Wood, Engraving

Rockwell Kent, Four Bookplates (on one sheet)
By Rockwell Kent
Located in New York, NY
Proof sheet with four wood engraved book plates by Rockwell Kent. Possibly for a book on this subject published in 1937. There are pencil numbers under each image that probably indic...
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Early 20th Century Art Deco Rockwell Kent Art

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Woodcut

'Sea And Sky' — 1930s Modernism
By Rockwell Kent
Located in Myrtle Beach, SC
A brilliant, black impression, on cream wove Japan; the full sheet with margins (2 to 2 1/2 inches), in excellent condition. Edition 150. Signed in pencil. Matted to museum standards...
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1930s American Modern Rockwell Kent Art

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Woodcut

MOBY DICK
By Rockwell Kent
Located in Portland, ME
Kent, Rockwell, illustrator. MOBY DICK by Herman Melville. .Lakeside Press, 1930. The Artist and the Book, 140. Edition of 1000 copies. First edition thus. Three volumes, quarto, 279, 284, and 282pp. 280 illustrations by Kent after his ink and wash drawings, except that the title pages of each volume are prints made from copper-plate engravings by Kent. In the original aluminum slipcase. In excellent condition. Jo Mielziner...
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1930s Rockwell Kent Art

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Black and White

Finished Drawing of a Man in Medieval Costume
By Rockwell Kent
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Pen & Ink with White Gouache Heightening on Paper Signature: Monogrammed Lower Right Kent was trained as an architectural draftsman and studied architecture at Columbia University. He is best known for his illustrations of adventure stories, such as Melville's "Moby Dick," and his landscapes of remote places, such as Alaska, Tierra del Fuego, and Greenland. He favored a precise rendering of forms, with strong contrasts of light and dark.. American painter, illustrator, 1882-1971 Rockwell Kent won fame outside of illustration as an engraver, lithographer, mural painter, writer, lecturer and political activist. As an illustrator, Kent was equally noted for his own books: Wilderness, Voyaging, N. By E., Salamina, and This is My Own, as well as for those of others, such as Candide, Moby Dick, Leaves of Grass, and Canterbury Tales. Kent also made a great many distinguished illustrations for advertisers, among them Marcus & Company, Jewelers; Steinway & Sons; Rolls-Royce, and American Car and Foundry Company. Some of his advertising and humorous pictures were signed “Hogarth, Jr.” Born in Tarrytown Height, New York, Kent studied art with Robert Henri, Abbott Thayer...
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1950s Other Art Style Rockwell Kent Art

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Gouache, Ink, Paper, Pen

TWELVE PRINTS BY CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN ARTISTS
By Rockwell Kent
Located in Portland, ME
Kent, Rockwell, et al. TWELVE PRINTS BY CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN ARTISTS. Edited by Carl Zigrosser (1891-1975) and designed by Bruce Rogers (1870-1957) and printed by Edwin Rudge on watermaked Japan paper. Published by E. Weyhe, NY, 1919. Edition of 115 copies, of which 15 were reserved for the artists and collaborators, and 100 were for sale, this being one of the latter. Folio (19 x 14 inches, 48 x 36 cm.), cloth portfolio with title label, Title page, two pages of text by Zigrosser, Table of Contents and twelve plates of varying sizes, each signed by the artist. Erhard Weyhe (1883-1972) established the Weyhe Galley at 794 Lexington Avenue in New York in 1919, with Zigrosser as the Director. In addition to dealing in art, the gallery published prints, singly and in portfolios, usually of the work of emerging American Modernists. This portfolio, dating from the first year of Weyhe Gallery's existence was the first of these publications. Zigrosser engaged Bruce Rogers to design the portfolio, and also personally sought out the artists, visited their studios and selected the works to be included in "Twelve Prints." Blue Bird was Rockwell Kent's first published print (Burne-Jones 1) The Copyist at the Metropolitan (Morse 148) was being worked on when Zigrosser visited, and its inclusion in the portfolio preceded Sloan's own edition. The full list of artists and the titles and media of their works is as follows: Earl Horter - The Dark Tower, etching Rockwell Kent - Blue-bird, wood engraving William Auerbach-Levy - Tony, etching Kenneth Hayes Miller - The Bather, drypoint Jerome Myers - Springtime, drypoint Walter Pach...
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1910s Rockwell Kent Art

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Woodcut, Etching, Lithograph

Hail and Farewell
By Rockwell Kent
Located in Missouri, MO
Rockwell Kent "Hail and Farewell" 1930 Wood Engraving on Paper Signed in Pencil Lower Right Sheet Size: 14 3/8 x 11 1/4 in. Image Size: 8 x 5 1/2 in. Framed Size: 17.5 x 13.5 in. Growing up in a genteel family in New York City, Rockwell Kent was a member of the rugged realist school of landscape painters as well as a popular illustrator and printmaker. His 1930 illustrations for Moby Dick are among his most lasting achievements. He was the first American artist to have work exhibited in the Soviet Union, a reflection of his Communist Party sympathies, which earned him the Lenin Peace Prize in 1967. This espousal of radical politics caused his career to suffer badly in the '50s because his leftist views caused him disdain among many Americans. However, his work, reflecting both realism and modernism, has earned increasing attention from American art historians. His subject matter is wide-ranging including scenes of Maine's Monhegan Island, the Adirondack Mountains, book illustrations, and commercial art renderings for companies including General Electric, Rolls Royce, and Westinghouse. Although his first love was painting, in addition to illustration, he also did fabric, ceramic, and jewelry designs, and spent time as a dairy farmer, carpenter, home builder, and lobster fisherman...
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1930s American Modern Rockwell Kent Art

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Woodcut

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