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LOWELL, Nat, (American, 1880-1956): ''Rockefeller Center'', Etching, sight size 14'' x 8 3/4'', signed lower right, encased in original AAA frame with... [this item is NOT for sale]
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LOWELL, Nat, (American, 1880-1956): ''Rockefeller
Center'', Etching, sight size 14'' x 8 3/4'', signed lower right, encased in original AAA frame with AAA label affixed verso, frame has wear, 20 3/4'' x 17''. Condition - ... [more like this]
NAT LOWELL (New York, N.Y. 1880-1956) Etching
and drypoint titled "Clipper Ship" Signed in pencil l.r. Nat Lowell and dated '47 lr. with title l.l. Well matted in wood frame. ... [more like this]
NAT LOWELL (AMERICAN 1880-1956) GEORGE WASHINGTON
BRIDGE BROOKLYN BRIDGE AND CENTRAL PARK SOUTH AND Etching: 12 1/2 x 17 in. Each signed in graphite: Nat Lowell; published by Associated American Artists ... [more like this]
Nat Lowell (American, 1880-1956) Central
Park South, NYC. Signed "Nat Lowell" in pencil l.r., titled in pencil l.l. Hand-colored etching, sight size 9 1/2 x 13 in., matted, framed. Condition: Foxing, not examined ... [more like this]
Nat Lowell "Racing", etching
1880-1956), etching signed "Nat Lowell" in pencil lr, image size: 8 x 12 in., framed. ... [more like this]
Nat Lowell etching Nat Lowell (American
1880-1956)- ''Brooklyn Bridge''- etching, signed in pencil, AAA edition. 13 1/4 x 9 5/8'' ... [more like this]
Nat Lowell (American, 1880-1956) etching,
"George Washington Bridge", ed 250 AAA, pencil signed LR, light toning, pencil notations in margin, 13 1/4" h. x 8 1/2" w. ... [more like this]
Group of 6 etchings.
LOWELL. China Town, New York, 1928 * EARL HORTER. Bridge in Europe * GEORGE E. BROWN. The Bailers * GORDON GRANT. The Day's Work * GRANT REYNARD. Filling the Water-Bucket ... [more like this]
Group of 4 prints.
NORDFELDT. Steel Mill Workers, etching on antique laid paper. Signed in pencil, lower margin * JOSEPH PENNELL. The Railroad Station, etching, 1909. Edition of 50. Signed and ... [more like this]
Various Artists, including Fletcher Martin,
Nat Lowell and Frederick Taubes
The Clinch; Brooklyn Bridge; The Goddess, 1935; n.d.; n.d.
Woodcut printed on japon paper, etching and aquatint on wove paper respectively, ... [more like this]
Nat Lowell (American, 1880-1956) Brooklyn
Bridge, published by Associated American Artists. Signed in pencil l.r., identified on a fragmentary label from AAA on the backing. Etching, plate size 9 1/4 x 12 3/4 in., ... [more like this]
Nat Lowell (American 1880-1956) etching
titled ''Fulton Market'' signed lower right matted and framed behind glass 10'' h. x 12 1/4'' w. ... [more like this]
Three New York Views by Members of Associated
American Artists to include Central Park South and George Washington Bridge by Otto Wackernagel (1885-1969) and Central Park South by Nat Lowell (American, 1880-1956), etchings, ... [more like this]
Nat Lowell (New York, 1880-1956) BROOKLYN
BRIDGE, c. 1941 etching, framed, signed in pencil plate H9 1/2" W13" Provenance: South Carolina collection Condition statement: appears to be in good overall condition. ... [more like this]
Grp: 27 Literature Books: Group of books
centered around literature, including both works of literature and books about literature. Includes "Literary New York. A History and Guide" by Susan Edmiston and Linda D. ... [more like this]
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