A vintage landscape etching of a single gnarled pine with a mountain range in the background. Possibly Rocky Mountain National Park.
Originally from Illinois, in 1922 Byxbe began making annual summer trips to Estes Park, Colorado. In 1930, he established a studio there, selling etchings of landscapes and resident's cabins for Christmas cards. He achieved national success for his work and had a one man show at the Smithsonian (1937-38). In the late 1930s he moved permanently to Estes Park. He was a member of the Chicago Society of Etchers.
Lyman Byxbe (American, 1886-1980)
Signed (left): Lone Pine and (right) Lyman Byxbe.
Width 16 Height 13 in.
Sight: Width 7.25 Height 6 in.
LYMAN BYXBE Drypoint Etching, Lone Pine
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