excerpt: "Am here Bay of Naples, en route to Monte Carlo & Spain, I think of you, S & V, being Jewish your Arabic [maid?]. I hope all continues to be as joyful as before."
German (artist nationality) painter and woodcut designer (artist role) Recto: (initials, on belt of third figure from left): H B ; verso: (in pencil) u. l.: Clark Aug 1936 / $21.00; l. l.: C575/695 (inscription... More
after a painting by Jacob Jordaens, history and portrait painter, draughtsman, watercolorist, and engraver, 1593-1678 (artist notes) Dutch (artist nationality) engraver and publisher (artist role) Jordaens, Jac... More
Unknown (artist nationality) Recto: top center: (in Latin) Tubicines, Liticines, Lÿricines, Cornicines, qui praecede- / bant Victimam et Hecatoniben. / Sacra enim sua nunquam / celebrabant antiqui sine musicis ... More
after a fresco by Raphael Santi, or Sanzi or Sanzio, called Raphael or Raphael Urbinas, painter, draughtsman, sculptor and architect, 1483-1520 (artist notes) French (artist nationality) history painter, draugh... More
after an etching by Jacques Callot, painter, draughtsman, etcher and engraver, 1592-1635 (artist notes) Unknown (artist nationality) Callot, Jacques, 1592-1635 (original artist) Recto: l. l.: (within image) 7 ;... More
Instrument type: Whistle Medium: Pottery bird painted red.; 5.8 cm. Mark Maximum: No mark. Provenance: C. H. Schroeder, Pasadena, California, 21 March 1921.
DCM ledger: "Winnebago" Instrument type: Courting Flute (Vertical Whistle Flute) Medium: Cedar, stained medium brown, and showing traces of yellow. All or some of mouthpipe/flue cover had been painted yellow.; ... More
Instrument type: Whistle Flute (Transverse) Medium: Unidentified hard wood, brass ferrule, glass beads and steel-plate.; 35.5. cm. Key Holes System: 0/6 holes. Mark Maximum: No mark. Provenance: Source not known.
DCM ledger: "from Japan?" See "Fife vs. Band Flute." Instrument type: Piccolo/Fife in C(?) Medium: Copper alloy with bright nickel plate.; 32 cm. Key Holes System: 2/8 holes (including double hole for finger 2... More
Instrument type: Picco Pipe Medium: Boxwood.; 9 cm. Key Holes System: 1/2 holes. Mark Additional: Holes marked with letters (D, A, G) and numbers (0, 1, 2) Provenance: John Finn, Essex, England, 20 Sept. 1920.
DCM ledger: "Totonac Indian, from Panuco, Vera Cruz." Instrument type: Whistle (Duct Flute) Medium: Terracotta.; 4.3 cm. Key Holes System: 0/1 hole. 2 holes for carrying cord. Mark Maximum: No mark. Condition:... More
DCM ledger: "American Indian / Central American." Instrument type: Whistle Medium: Brown pottery.; 4.3 cm. Key Holes System: Whistle plus 1 fingerhole. Mark Maximum: No mark. Provenance: N. E. Carter, Elkhorn,... More
Marketed as the Melody flute for amateur and young student usage. Instrument type: Transverse Flute in A-flat (B-flat) Medium: Nickel plate over brass.; 39.3 cm. Key Holes System: 0/6 holes. Mark Maximum: No m... More
DCM ledger: "California, Sacramento County." Instrument type: Vertical Whistle Flute Medium: Bone.; 20.5 cm. Key Holes System: 0/3 holes. Mark Maximum: No mark. Provenance: N. E. Carter, Elkhorn, Wisconsin, 30... More
DCM ledger: "Cheyenne." The flue cover is also glued into position and the lead flue plate is tied separately into position further down the tube to form the edge. Incised, carved designs include stag's head, b... More
DCM ledger: "American Indian, Winnebago." The simple carved oak flue cover is attached with string, although very likely originally attached with leather thong. Instrument type: Vertical Whistle Flute (Courtin... More
Bound with black lacquered string between front holes 1 and 2. Instrument type: Shakuhachi (Notched Flute) Medium: Bamboo, lacquered red inside, black horn uta-guchi, bound with black lacquered string.; 54.5 c... More
after a drawing by L. J. Lefebvre (artist notes) French (artist nationality) engraver (artist role) Lefebvre, L. J. (original artist) Recto: u. l.: (above border) Ch. IV. ; u. r.: (above border) Pag. 152. ; bot... More