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Frank Rinder. D. Y. Cameron An Illustrated Catalogue of His Etched Work. James Maclehose & Sons, Glasgow, 1912. 26 x 20 cm 259 pp with 434 black & white illustrations. Deluxe edition of 200, #96, printed on are on hand-made paper, with proofs of the illustrations on Japanese vellum. Each of these two hundred copies has, as frontispiece, an original pencil-signed etching, The Lion and the Unicorn. $650.
Castle Moyle. 1932. Drypoint. Rinder 497.iii. 6 7/8 x 10 7/8 (sheet 11 3/8 x 7). Edition 220. A rich impression with plate tone, printed on cream laid paper with deckle edges on two sides. Collector's seal verso of the famous Philadelphia collector, Charles J. Rosenbloom (Lugt 633b). Signed in pencil. $400.
Castle Urquhart. 1929. Drypoint with etching. Rinder 484.v. Edition about 85. 9 1/4 x 16 1/2 (13 x 19 1/8). An exceptionally beautiful impression with rich drypoint burr, printed on cream wove paper. Signed in pencil. $750.
The Clyde at Symington. 1889. Etching. Rinder 32. 4 1/2 x 8 15/16 (sheet 8 5/16 x 13 3/8). A rich impression printed on white laid paper from an old volume. Signed by Cameron AND the printer, Frederick Goulding. Goulding was the master printer in the UK. At the time, his signature was often valued more than the artist's signature. $300.
Glen Orchy. c. 1925. Watercolor, pencil and conte crayon on paper. 9 1/4 x 13 (sheet 10 3/8 x 13 1/4). Ex-collection L.G. Duke,purchased at Sotheby's, London '10.12.70'. Mat line; otherwise good condition. Signed and titled in pencil, lower right. Housed in a French mat within subtle wood and gold leaf 18 5/8 x 22-inch frame. $2,250.
Robert Lee's Workshop. 1905. Etching and drypoint. Rinder 375.i/iii. 11 7/8 x 8 5/8 (sheet 12 3/8 x 9 ). Illustrated: Salamana, Modern Masters of Etching. Frederick Keppel Gallery & Co. Gallery label. Printed on Japanese mulberry paper with small margins with carefully-wiped plate tone and drypoint burr. Unobtrusive 1/4-inch circular stain in the top right-hand corner; otherwise excellent original condition. A superb impression of this extremely rare first state before the added lines in the foreground. Signed in pencil. $1,500.
The Three Vagrants. 1892. Etching. R 149. 5 x 6 1/8 (sheet 5 3/8 x 6 1/8). Edition 10. Printed on cream laid paper, trimmed to the plate on three sides. Exhibited: Painter-Etchers, 1893. A fine impression of this extremely rare early image. Signed and titled in pencil. $300.
The Workshop (Stirling). 1905. Etching and drypoint. Rinder 369.ii/iv. 8 3/16 x 12 (sheet 8 5/16 x 12).No published edition. A rich impression with drypoint burr printed on very fine laid paper. Trimmed to the plate along three sides, à la Whistler. A rare state of this very scarce work. Signed in pencil. $1,250.
The Admiralty. 1899. Etching. Rinder 301. 4 1/2 x 4 3/16 (sheet 5 1/2 x 5 3/16). London set, #5. Edition of 35 sets, with a few individual proofs apart from the set. A rich impression printed on cream laid paper. Signed in pencil. $350.
Aquamanile. 1913. Etching and drypoint. Rinder 441.iii. 10 5/8 x 9 1/2. Edition about 50. Illustrated: Hind, The Etchings of D.Y. Cameron. An aquamanile is a water vessel. This image is modeled after a fourteenth-century brass said to come from Hereford Cathedral. Signed in pencil. $250.
Newgate. 1899. Etching. Rinder 300.ii/iii. 6 3/16 x 4 7/8 (sheet 7 9/16 x 5 7/8). Series: London Set contained twelve subjects. Thirty-five sets were published by Richard Gutekunst in 1900, with a few separate impressions of each subject, and printed by the artist at Messrs. Brooker's in London. This print was number eleven in the set.. Illustrated: Salaman, Modern Masters of Etching. Printed with plate tone on off-white laid paper. Signed in pencil. $450.
St. George's, Hanover Square. 1899. Etching. Rinder 301. 4 1/2 x 4 3/16 (sheet 5 1/2 x 5 3/16). London set, #12. Edition of 35 sets, with a few individual proofs apart from the set. A rich impression printed on cream laid paper. Signed in pencil. $350.
Damme. 1907. Etching and drypoint. Rinder 391.iii. 10 1/8 x 7 13/32 (sheet 16 1/4 x 9). Belgian set #5. Edition 63. Illustrated: The Studio Volume 44 (1908): 92; W.P. Robins, The Etching Craft London, Bookman's Journal & Print Collector, 1922. A rich, glowing impression with burr, printed on Japanese mulberry paper on the full sheet with deckle edges. Signed in pencil. $500.
Old La Roche. 1907. Etching and drypoint. Rinder 393.iii. 8 1/2 x 10 (sheet 10 5/16 x 11 1/16). Belgian set #7. Edition 63. A rich, glowing impression with burr, printed on Japanese mulberry paper. Printed on the full sheet with deckle edges.Signed in pencil. $550
Ypres II [Belgium]. c. 1910-1914. Charcoal and watercolor. 9 x 12 (sheet 9 1/16 x 13 3/4). Signed in pencil. $1,950.
The Chimera of Amiens. 1910. Drypoint. Rinder 415.vii. 9 9/16 x 7 3/16. Illustrated: Guichard, British Etchers, 1850-1940; Lumsden, The Art of Etching; Salaman, Modern Masters of Etching: D.Y. Cameron; Hind, The Etchings of D.Y. Cameron; Calloway, English Prints for the Collector, p. 179. Signed in pencil. $1,000.
Thermae of Caracalla. 1923. Etching. Rinder 470.iii. 11 x 1615/16 (sheet 12 3/16 x 18 3/4). Edition about 70. Illustrated: Print Collector's Quarterly (1924): 67; Salaman, Modern Masters of Etching.. Collector's seal, 'NG' lower right from the extensive collection of Neal Greene (not in Lugt). Signed in pencil. A glowing impression printed cream laid paper. Signed in pencil. $950.
The Turkish Fort. 1909. Etching and drypoint. Rinder 409. 5 1/2 x 10 3/8. The fort is on the Mokaltam Hills, near Cairo. Signed in pencil. $275.
Scottish painter, etcher, and draughtsman, born in Glasgow, the son of a clergyman. He abandoned brief unhappy careers in commerce and law to study at *Glasgow School of Art and the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh. Most of his work consisted of landscapes (especially scenes of mountains) and architectural views, and he is best known for his etchings of buildings, including Gothic churches on the Continent—rich and sombre works with which he established a reputation as one of the outstanding printmakers of the day.
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