Aquatint, 1926, 7-7/8 x 9-3/4, signed & titled in pencil, on cream laid paper, small loss with light tape residue to tip of upper left margin corner, large margins; a beautiful impression of a stunning aquatint, one of only a few made in the medium by this esteemed Connecticut printmaker, known primarily for his maritime subjects, lovingly rendered and based upon his own seafaring adventures.
1954, ed. prob. 50, 9-3/16 x 9-3/16, signed & titled in pencil, on thick textured cream laid paper, small discreet rubbed scrape to upper left image corner, repaired short edge tear and hard creases to left margin below center, and bottom left margin corner, a few minor handling creases to the outer margins.
Etching & Drypoint, 1929, ed. 90, listed in American Etchers, 6-15/16 x 8-7/8, on thin cream paper, signed in the plate and signed, and titled in pencil. A rich impression of this beautifully rendered image of the busy harbour in this tropical port.
Etching, ca. 1950, ed. prob. 100, 10-5/8 x 9-1/4, on thick textured cream laid paper, signed & titled in pencil. There is some rippling, mostly at the edges of the sheet. A great image of the New Milford Green, which was Kappel's home town for many years.