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2024 Winter Fine Art, Antiques & Jewelry (Day 2)

Sun, Jan 28, 2024 01:00PM EST
Lot 885

3 Framed Illustration Prints after Winslow Homer

Estimate: $200 - $250

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Three (3) framed woodcuts after Winslow Homer (American, 1836-1910) depicting children, including two from Harper's Weekly: "GLOUCESTER HARBOR" and "SHIP BUILDING, GLOUCESTER HARBOR," both circa 1873, together with "ON THE ROAD TO LAKE GEORGE," likely from Appleton's Journal, c. 1869. Image sizes range from to 9" x 14" to 6 1/2" x 6". Framed - 18" H x 22"W to 13" x 13 1/2". Matted under glass in later frames.

Condition

All in very good condition with light toning, light creasing, scattered minor foxing. The original "Appleton's Journal" title appears to have been cut off from the "Lake George" print and the print's frame has wear and scratching.

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