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Martin Lewis, N.A. 1881-1962.

Day's End. 1937. Drypoint. McCarron 120.ii/iii. Sixth trial proof. 9 3/4 x 13 1/2 (sheet 13 7/16/4 x 17). Edition 34 proofs (including 8 trial proofs). A rich, glowing impression with carefully-wiped plate tone printed on cream wove paper. Ex-collection Patricia Lewis. Signed pencil $35,000. Housed in an archival double mat and an 18 x 21-inch silver frame. Price upon request.

The print was awarded an honorable mention by the Philadelphia Print Cub in 1938. It was included in the 1943 travelling exhibition, 'Artists for Victory'.

McCarron writes, "The sign on the smokestack at right reads 'Danbury and Bethel Fur Co. Inc.' Lewis depicted factory workers shuffling homeward at the end of the day. The subject may be seen as a contrasting companion piece to Quarter of Nine, Saturday's Children (No. 78) of 1929, where Lewis also used a single point perspective to show stylishly dressed New York City workers walking briskly on their way to work in early morning sunshine." (page 208).

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