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Janine. 1949. Drypoint. 9 5/16 x 8 1/4 (sheet 15 1/4 x 12 3/4). Toning in the image; otherwise good condition. A rich impression with plate tone printed on cream wove paper. Signed in pencil. $200.
Portrait of Albert Schweitzer. 1950. Etching. 11 3/6 x 9 3/4 (sheet 16 1/4 x 14). Illustrated: Beall, American Prints in the Library of Congress, page 205. A rich impression with plate tone printed on cream laid paper. Signed and annotated 'Printed from Copper' in pencil; titled on the mat in the artist's hand. $1,250.
Arthur William Heintzelman was a painter, etcher, copyist, teacher, and museum curator. His area of interest lay in portraiture. In his early work, depicted old men and woman, peasants and celebrities; in his later work, he concentrated upon children.
Heintzelman was Keeper of Prints at the Boston Public Library and Head of the Fine Arts department of the Rhode Island School of Design.A prolific and famous artist, his works appear in Fine Prints of the Year from 1923 to 1939. Heintzelman was a member of the National Academy of Design in New York City; the Chicago Society of Etchers; the Philadelphia Society of Etchers; the Society of American Etchers in Brooklyn, NY ( later the Brooklyn Society of Etchers); the Audubon Artists in New York City; the Société de la Gravure Originale en Noir in Paris; the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts in Paris; the American Art Association of Paris; the Providence Art Club in RI; the Marblehead Art Association in MA; the American Association of Museum Directors; the American Federation of Arts; the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City; the Salmagundi Club in New York City; the American National Commercial Engravers; and the California Printmakers. He was awarded numerous international prizes for his etchings. His works are in museums through the US and Europe.
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