Title from: Catalogue of photographs & lantern slides ... [1936?]. Date from Matson LOT cards. Photograph taken from the frontier centre of El Qusaima to the west, looking east and showing the spring and orchar... More
Segers here again used a plate he had already printed. He did not re-ink the plate, but used oil instead. Normally, this kind of impression served to clean the plate. The oil turned brown later.
The colouration of this counterproof on cotton probably remained unfinished. At the bottom the print is priced at 3 stivers (1 stiver was a small Dutch coin equal to one twentieth of a guilder) in 17th-century ... More
At the time that Van Os made this painting and the one of the ’s-Graveland canal, not everyone was enthusiastic about such unadorned landscapes with their surprising perspectives. One critic even faulted Van Os... More
Illustration shows members of Major Stephen H. Long's expedition marching across the plains toward the Rocky Mountains. Buffalo can be seen in the distance. Title from item. Illus. in: Account of an expedition ... More
Print shows several British military camps, an ambulance, a distant view of Lord Raglan's headquarters (just left of center), and, in the foreground, a dead horse. Title from item. Plate in: The seat of war in ... More
Signed lower right: A.R. Waud (underlined). Title from recto. Inscribed upper left: E. Catholic College. Emmitsburg is associated with the advance and retreat of the Confederate army at Gettysburg. Gift, J.P. M... More
Title from Civil War caption books. Caption from negative sleeve: Camp of 13th New York Cavalry. Prospect Hill, Va. (near Washington, D.C.) July 1865. Annotation from negative, glass side: 7/15/10 Camp Sea. Cor... More