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Fine Art Prints of Philadelphia and the region

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ARNOLD N. ANDERSON (b. 1895. Fl. Philadelphia 1930s and 40s.)


THOMAS EAKINS (1844-1916)


RICHARD H. FILBER


JAMES FINCKEN (1860-1943)

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PAUL GEISSLER (1881-1965)


RUTH BUDD GILLESPIE (1898-1935)


EARL HORTER (1881-1940)

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ELIZABETH LENTZ HORTER (1900-1985)

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DOROTHY WACKERMAN HUTTON (1899-2001)


JOSEPH FRANCIS AMBROSE JACKSON (1867-1946)


THOMAS NORMAN MANSELL (1904-1991).

HENRY B. McINTIRE


FRANKLIN TOWNSEND MORGAN (1883-1965)


JOSEPH PENNELL (1860-1926)

Prints of New York City by Joseph Pennell

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SALVATORE PINTO (1905-1966)

Re-strikes ca. 1980-2000 by printer Philip Paravano from the original copper plates etched ca. 1935. Etchings. Dimensions are of the plate mark. Unsigned.


HERBERT PULLINGER (1878-1961)

A life long resident of Philadelphia and popular teacher at the old Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Arts from 1923 to 1958, Herbert Pullinger practiced also as a painter, printmaker, and commercial illustrator. Described as an "urban romantic" at a 1991 exhibit of his works at the Atwater Kent Museum, he was a part of the great art movement of the second quarter of the twentieth century that was characterized by the Ashcan School. He never promoted his art aggressively so prices on his works have remained moderate; however, at his best he is as good as the great names of his time, and he is fondly remembered in the Philadelphia area by former students and friends who knew him well.

  • From Old Germantown. 1926. Etchings. Signed in pencil.



    FREDERICK ROBBINS (1893-1974)


    JOSEPH SIMS (1890-1953)


    M. M. TAYLOR (1857- )


    THEO BALLOU WHITE (1902-1978)

    Theo White was a prolific Philadelphia artist and architect born and trained in Philadelphia, who later worked in Norfolk, Virginia. His lithographs are very much of the urban school of the 1930s and 1940s. White produced a number of interesting prints, mostly architectural, depicting Philadelphia and regions of the United States. All of the works are of a quality that reflects White's background as an architect; his trained eye focuses our attention on interesting details of the buildings he so lovingly portrays.
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    From Theo White's Colonial Mansions of Fairmount Park. 1933. Lithographs.



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