1887: Original Signed Etching of Longfellow's " The Bridge " by George McCord & John Henry Hill

Haunting best describes this amazing etching that truly brings one of Longfellows most famous poems to life.Artists,John Henry Hill ( 1839-1922) and George Herbert McCord (1848-1909)had many things in common,but this incredible piece of art they collaborated on with a Hudson River School approach is both haunting and very unique.This original etching depicts Bostons Beacon Hill from across the Charles River in Donchester Heights.It is signed by both artists on either side of the first verse of Longfellow's epic poem "The Bridge" with a cameo portrait of Longfellow himself center.It has been lovingly cared for and is museum mounted and framed with acid free materials and a non glare glass.Image size is 30" x 20" and framed out with tastefully chosen mats and frame it measures 39" x 29".Inquires welcomed!

Item ID: 0001320

$12,000 USD

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