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Catalogue of the New York Etching Club Exhibition

1886
19th century
319 x 242 mm (12.6 x 9.5 in.)

New York Etching Club, American

Object Type: prints
Medium and Support: Etching on laid paper in unbound catalogue
Edition: Unbound catalogue with five of the original eight etchings from plates reduced by the artists. Edition of ca. 1000, with text printed by John C. Rankin Jr., New York, and etchings printed by Kimmel & Voigt. Catalogues of New York Etching Club exhibitions were published in 1882–1889 and 1891–1893. The volume’s five loose prints from reduced plates are cataloged and stored separately at the DAC: Charles A. Platt, “Deventer, Holland”; Joseph F. Sabin, “A Long Island Lead”; Alexander Schilling, “The Shrine”; Thomas Waterman Wood, “The Man of War”; Leroy M. Yale, “White Chute, Nipignon River, Ontario.”
Marks: Attached price list for “The Illustrated Catalogue of the Exhibition of the New York Etching Club / J.C. Wicall, Secretary”; 1886 members and addresses are listed on second page
Bibliography: T. Bruhn, American Etching: The 1880s (Storrs, CT, 1985), p. 17; see object file for New York Etching Club catalog text pages.
Credit Line: Unrecorded source, before 1985
Accession Number: 1985.29.1-5

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  • printmaking - Use for the activity of producing prints as works of art; for the specific processes employed, use such terms as "intaglio printing" or "mezzotint." For the production of other types of printed material, use "printing." [April 1993 related terms added. October 1991 scope note changed; descriptor moved.]

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  • sheet Dimensions: 319 x 242 mm (12.6 x 9.5 in.)

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