5 edition of Etching in America found in the catalog.
|Statement||White, Stokes, & Allen|
|Publishers||White, Stokes, & Allen|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
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The shared goals of the American printmakers led them to establish etching clubs and societies throughout America. The New York Etching Club was founded in 1877.
The elevation of the art of etching began with the limitation of impressions. Falconer, Henry Farer, James Whistler, Robert Swain Gifford, James Smillie, Stephen Parrish, Thomas Moran, Mary Nimmo Moran and Charles Platt. All photos by the author. Monks Today, etchings created by 19th century American artists, in addition to performing an aesthetic function, are indispensable aids for American historians as visual recordings of a classic American past with their genre scenes, harbors, coastal towns, landscapes, fishing boats and old houses.
S Monks, who raised sheep, was well known for his portrayals of sheep grazing in the shadows of haystacks as depicted in Evening After The Storm. By the late 19th century a role had been created for American etchers to participate in the tradition of French and English peintre-graveur artist as printmaker. Etching clubs in America grew rapidly and by 1890 The Cincinnati Etchers Club, The Philadelphia Society of Etchers, The Boston Etching Club, The New York Etching Society and The Society of American Etchers were established.
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The plate was then canceled scored across the plate with defacing marks.
Multiple copies of prints may come directly from the hand of an artist and are closer to the actual spirit of the artist than reprints and reproductions.