Stow Wengenroth (1906-1978)

Lobster Buoys

3,500.00

Lithograph, 1964, ed. 40, S. 293, the "Bon a Tire" impression used by Wengenroth's printer as a guide for printing the edition; initialed "OK S.W. edition 40" in the lower left margin, signed & numbered in pencil, on white wove paper. Slight toning in mat opening. A classic New England subject for the artist. Scarce.

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The Abandoned Light

800.00

Lithograph, 1964, ed. 40, S. 293, the "Bon a Tire" impression used by Wengenroth's printer as a guide for printing the edition; initialed "OK S.W. edition 40" in the lower left margin, signed & numbered in pencil, on white wove paper. Slight toning in mat opening. A classic New England subject for the artist. Scarce.

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Corbett's Pond

500.00

Lithograph, 1965, ed. 40, S. 299, signed & titled in pencil, on warm white wove paper. Slight toning in mat opening. The artist's ability to render the different textures and airy lightness in the foliage surrounding this pond make this a restful image to get lost in.

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Hurricane

2,500.00

Lithograph, 1955, S. 229, Ed.55, 11-3/4 x 17-1/4, signed, titled & numbered in pencil, on warm white wove paper, lightly toned in the mat opening.This atmospheric and turbulent image displays the other side of nature Wengenroth was equally adept at caprturing. One of the artist's larger and more animated prints.

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