4 edition of James McBey found in the catalog.
Ill. tipped in.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
|2||Modern masters of etching -- no.2|
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After James McBey war McBey took over a studio in London. He returned to live in London before working in Egypt as an Official War Artist in James McBey. Signed and numbered in ink. SOLD The Cowgate, Edinburgh 1904-1905 Original etching.
An extremely rich, tonally wiped impression printed on 'PD'antique laid paper. In 1910 he left the bank, worked on the continent and held his first one-man show at Goupil Gallery in 1911 which was very successful.
A rich impression with drypoint burr and plate tone, printed on antique cream colored wove paper. His trip to Holland in 1910 introduced him to the work of Rembrandt and it was here that he discovered the merits of using antique papers.
Slight mat line, 1 hinge stain in the lower margin, well outside the image; otherwise fine original condition. Signed and dated and titled in ink, lower right; titled verso and annotated 'The Witham' the latter crossed out. Click on the images for larger screens.
One of only 12 lettered proofs which James McBey retained for himself. Signed and numbered in ink and annotated 'Jerusalem' in pencil. Illustrated: Fine Prints of the Year, 1925; Holme, Etchings of Today, London: The1929plate 26. An exceptionally fine impression from the only edition of 40 signed and numbered proofs.
Outstanding signed proof impression, with exceptionally rich drypoint burr. Grimnessesluis -- A Canal at Amsterdam. Collector's James McBey verso: George La Monte Lugt 1181. SOLD The Matador 1911 Original drypoint. Signed, dated, titled and annotated 'XMas 1931' in ink. Edition of 76 plus 8 trial proofs13.
From the only edition of 76 signed and numbered proofs.
War France France at her Furnaces.
autobiography The early life of James McBey 1883-1911, ed.