Charcoal #1, Etching #2, Woodcuts #3 and 4
Scope and Contents
8 woodcut, charcoal, and etching prints.
#1 Etching: Leuvehaven En Zeevischarmarkt, "Rotterdam", measures 7.25 x 5.5 inches. Boats in a port with buildings in the background. Inscriptions, "L. Rohbock delt." "Exec. bij G.G. Land Darmstadt" "J. M. Kolb sculpt."
#2 Charcoal: Sallie Leigh Cole, "Summer 4/25", measures 7.25 x 5.25. Ship on water with landscape in fore and background. Inscription on rear, "Dear Gwen, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Love, Wyc, 1984."
#3 Woodcut: M.E. Rodenburg, measures 3 x 6.5 inches. Circular building on water. Inscription, 25/ 100, Amsterdam, Henry Schultheis Printing Co., 142 Fulton St., NYC."
#4 Woodcut: M.E. Roodenburg, measures, 3 x 6.75 inches. Chirch on a street. Inscription, print 29/100, Amsterdam, Henry Schultheis Printing Co., 142 Fulton St., NYC.
#5 Woodcut: Schelderac... Elspech... a.c. gazenbeek (?), measures 6 x 9.5 inches. House in the woods. No inscription.
#6 Woodcut: Bloomers, measures 8 x 11 inches. Tree. No inscription.
#7 Woodcut: J.G. Velvhue, measures 7 x 9 inches. Buildings beside waterway. No inscription.
#8 Woodcut: O.Z. Vorburgwal, Amsterdam Martine, measures 5 x 9.5 inches. House with bridge in front of it over a waterway. No inscription.
Language of Materials
English German Duala
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From the Collection: 0.34 Linear Feet