The print (8 1/2" by 9 3/4" inside the mat, 15" by 20" as framed) is a very detailed etching typical of the meticulous style of the artist, renowned for his prolific printmaking. Popular and rare images by the artist, of New York City scenes, can sell for five figures. He traveled widely in Europe and architecture, especially Gothic architecture, especially revered by the artist, was a favored subject. This print is of a Gothic style building in Princeton, New Jersey. The artist signed the work in pencil at lower right, and dated it there 1947. At lower left in the image is his monogram, and below that in pencil, a tiny cipher of the artist. The total edition was 356 examples, of which 53 were destroyed. The print is in very good condition (not examined out of frame). There is some typical mat browning at the edges. Otherwise the print appears clean.
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