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Herbert Bolivar Tschudy (H.B. Judy) (1874-1946) American impressionist painter. Inside the old New-York Aquarium with Emma Bormann in before posting I met Tschudy, the painter who shared with me the fascination for tropical fishtanks. Plan of New-York aquarium in Castle Clinton Manhattan The acquaintance leading me back to Dutch painter Gerrit Willem Dijsselhof (1866-1924) whom I introduced in an early Linosaurus posting (here*) and who is remembered best for his great number of Amsterdam…
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Power, Cyril - Giant Dipper - Bookroom Art Press
This is somewhat reminiscent of a ladybird hovering over a precipice, perhaps weighing up the pros and cons of the coming slide. But we know the joys associated with this pursuit, and so does Power who seems to delight in the ‘bounce’ of the shapes and the purity of the colours. A wonderful depiction.
Sold Price: Lill Tschudi (1911-2004) - The Band at St. Marks Square - December 3, 0113 2:00 PM GMT
Lill Tschudi (1911-2004) - The Band at St. Marks Square linocut printed in colours, signed, titled and inscribed USA in pencil, numbered 4/50, on tissue thin Japan paper, with full margins, sheet 375 x 225 mm (14 3/4 x 8 7/8 in) We have found no record of this work ever appearing at auction before.
Sold Price: Claude Flight (1881-1955) Persuasion (Coppel C.F. 31) - March 3, 0118 1:00 PM GMT
Claude Flight (1881-1955) Persuasion (Coppel C.F. 31) Linocut printed in yellow ochre, vermilion and cobalt blue, circa 1929, signed and numbered from the edition of 50 in pencil, on thin cream oriental laid paper, with margins, block 300 x 268mm (11 3/4 x 10 1/2in) (unframed) Literature: Coppel, S. Linocuts of the Machine Age, Aldershot & Vermont: Scolar Press, 1995, p. 80. This impression is the illustrated and catalogued example. This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights…