TWELVE PRINTS BY CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN ARTISTS. Rockwell KENT, John SLOAN, et. al.

TWELVE PRINTS BY CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN ARTISTS

New York: . E. Weyhe, 1919. Rockwell Kent. First Edition. Softcover. Folio (14" x 19") in printed wraps with the 12 prints and 2 pages of text laid in, the limitation page at the inside front cover and the Table of Contents at the inside rear. Edited by Carl Zigrosser, designed by Bruce Rogers, and printed by Edwin Rudge on watermarked Japan paper. Of a total edition of 115 copies, with 15 reserved for the artists and collaborators, this is #10 of 100. The 12 prints are of varying sizes, each SIGNED by the artist. They include Rockwell Kent's first published print, the wood engraving "Blue Bird" (Burne-Jones 1); John Sloan's etching "The Copyist at the Metropolitan"; Earl Horter's etching "The Dark Tower"; William Auerbach-Levy's etching "Tony"; Kenneth Hayes Miller's drypoint "The Bather"; Jerome Myers' drypoint "Springtime"; Walter Pach's etching "Brooklyn Bridge"; Boardman Robinson's lithograph "Russia, 1915"; Rudolph Ruzicka's wood engraving "East River, Evening"; Maurice Sterne's lithograph "Dancing Figure"; Albert Sterner's lithograph "Earth"; and Mahonri Young's drypoint "Navajo Woman and Pony." Quite scarce on the market due to the low limitation and the fact that many sets were broken to sell individual prints. Apparently issued with a cloth portfolio, not present. Item #019620

Price: $10,000.00

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