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The Old Print Shop, Inc.

New York, US

The Old Print Shop is a 124 year old art gallery specializing in American graphic arts from 1700 to contemporary. The gallery is proud to have extensive collections of American printmaking including representing over 75 living artists.

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Bread Line - No One Has Starved. Reginald Marsh

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We are featuring selections from our extensive collection of American art, focusing on images of New York City and prints by Women.

Robert K. Newman, owner, The Old Print Shop, Inc.

Jan Matulka

New York

Circa 1925

12 1/4 x 17 11/16 inches

Lithograph

From the estate of Ralph Pearson, William Carl Fine Art, Private Collector, The Old Print Shop, Inc.

Signed and titled in pencil. Inscribed "to my friend R. Pearson." Ralph M. Pearson (1883-1958) is a noted American artist.

Edition 20.

$40,000.00

Martin Lewis

Rainy Day, Queens

1931

10 5/8 x 11 7/8 inches

Drypoint

Signed in pencil. The Prints of Martin Lewis. A Catalogue Raisonne. Paul McCarron #94. Martin Lewis noted the location as "Skillman Ave. Queens."

Edition 100, recorded impressions 70.

$45,000.00

Reginald Marsh

Bread Line - No One Has Starved

1932

6 7/16 x 11 3/4 inches

Etching

Signed in pencil. Inscribed "20." Initialed and dated in image. The Prints of Reginald Marsh: An essay and definitive catalog of his linoleum cuts, etchings, engravings, and lithographs. Norman Sasawsky #139.

$35,000.00

Restaurant. Armin Landeck

Spring - New Mexico. Gustave Baumann

George W. Bellows

Old Billiard Player

1921

9 x 7 3/8 inches

Lithograph

Signed in pencil "Geo. Bellows" and the master printer "Bolton Brown - imp-." The Lithographs of George Bellows A Catalogue Raisonne by Lauris Mason #84. At The Players, Gramercy Park, New York.

Edition 43.

$12,000.00

Gustave Baumann

Spring - New Mexico

1924

9 1/2 x 11 1/8 inches

Color woodcut

Signed and titled in pencil. Inscribed "III 66/125" with hand heart chop. In A Modern Rendering: The Color Woodcuts of Gustave Baumann by Gala Chamberlain #102. Block originally cut 1924, from the third edition, blocks recut c.1931. Highest number printed 120 of 125. Printed in six colors on cream Zanders paper.

Edition 125.

$18,000.00

Restaurant. Armin Landeck