Etching. ca. 1890, ed. unknown, 6-7/16 x 9-3/16, signed in script in the plate below the image along with an etched dragonfly remarque, on thick stiff cream wove paper. Light soil, a few faint spots of foxing mostly in the margins, and browning at margin edges from contact with the previous frame. The artist was a member of both the New York Etching Club and the Byrdcliff Arts & Crafts colony in Woodstock, New York.
Etching, image 8-7/8 x 13-13/16, on cream simili vellum paper, signed in pencil, toned within mat openng, handling crease to left of signature, some light retouches to sky, with full margins. Penman was an early resident of Byrdcliffe, the early 20th century Arts & Crafts community founded on the site of the present day Woodstock, NY art colony.