2 edition of Peter Hurd: the lithographs. found in the catalog.
Peter Hurd: the lithographs.
|Statement||Introd. by Andrew Wyeth. Editor: John Meigs.|
|LC Classifications||NE2415.H87 A49 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p., 60 plates.|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||70224666|
Antiquarian & Collectible Books - apply Category filter. ORIGINAL PETER HURD WATERCOLOR PAINTING SOUTHWESTERN / WESTERN LANDSCAPE / STORM. $23, Buy It Now +$ shipping. New Listing PETER HURD "DAYS END" ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH - SIGNED 'AP' PLUS SIGNATURE. FRAMED. $1, Time left 6d 9h left. 0 bids. Top Rated Plus. Sellers with. Peter Hurd "A Practice Game " Follow Artist Add to Watchlist Limited Edition Print: Silk Screen Lithograph Size: 38x50 in | 97x cm Edition: From the edition of Framed with Plexiglass - Wooden Frame Hand Signed: Lower Left With Pencil.
Complete original prints set of 10 scenes by the distinguished American Artist PETER HURD, N.A. depicting the varied phases of Hawaii's progress painted for AMERICAN FACTORS, LTD. from the sources of the Honolulu Archives, the Bishop Museum, the . PETER HURD (American ) A PRINT, "The Pecos Valley-New Mexico," a lithograph, signed in pencil in L/R margin, "Peter Hurd," titled and numbered in pencil L/L margin, 20/ 14 1/2" x 20 1/2" Condition: Some yellowing and small brown spot near center left, some shifting in frame, would benefit from acid-free framing, overall in good to very good condition, wear commensurate with .
Peter Hurd (illustrator). First Edition Limited & Numbered. First edition Limited & Numbered. There are numbered copies of which only the first are for sale. This is number Signed by Paul Horgan and Peter Hurd. Illstrateed with 7 original lithographs by Peter Hurd. The book has a sunned spine and the slipcase has some wear to the. Peter Hurd was born in Roswell, New Mexico, and his longing to return to New Mexico determined the course of his life and his art. Peter Hurd is best known for his watercolors, luminous egg temperas and lithographs depicting the New Mexican landscape he loved. Hurd was an early pioneer of the Italian renaissance medium of egg tempera in the US.
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Peter Hurd is well known for the southwestern theme in his oils, watercolors and stone lithographs. This second edition of the book has sixty of Hurd's stone lithographs, almost his entire production, it is his catalogue raisonne of this medium. He was not a prolific lithographer, Gene Kloss, a contemporary, did over stone lithos in her career!5/5(1).
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A collection of Peter Hurd’s lithographs. Features an introduction written by world renowned artist, and brother-in-law, Andrew Wyeth.
The book is a limited edition signed by Peter Hurd and editor fellow artist, John Meigs. The book also features an original signed lithograph titled, “Home forPrice Range: $ - $ PETER HURD: The Lithographs by Meigs, John; Peter Hurd and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at : Peter Hurd: The Lithographs: First Edition.
One of numbered copies signed by Hurd and Meigs; additionally inscribed by Hurd. Bookplate; fine in a very lightly worn slipcase. Each copy has an original lithograph signed by Hurd, and an introduction by his brother-in-law, Andrew Wyeth.
All books described as first editions are first printings unless otherwise noted. Peter Hurd The lithographs Introduction by Andrew Wyeth [Peter Hurd, Andrew Wyeth] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Peter Hurd The lithographs 5/5(1). Description: PETER HURD ( - ) Home for Supper lithograph, AP Signature: inscribed and signed lower right: Intended for Walt Robinson by his friend, Peter Hurd titled and editioned lower left: Home for Supper (Artist's proof) Dimensions: 7 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches Framed Dimensions: 16 1/2 x 19 x 3/4 inches Provenance: Private Collection, Texas.
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Limited Availability The Artifice of Blue Light. : Peter Hurd the Lithographs: Introduction by Andrew Wyeth. Editor, John Meigs. Baker Gallery Press, Second Edition, 84 pages of text.
60 plates. Each plate has a page of text. Book Condition: FINE. No marks Clean and tight. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good +. Not price clipped. Very minor edge. See piocture. This is a beautiful copy. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
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Peter Hurd. Baker Gallery Press, - Art. Genre/Form: Art Printed books In art: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hurd, Peter, Peter Hurd. [Lubbock, Tex.] Baker Gallery Press, PETER HURD, THE LITHOGRAPHS.
by MEIGS, JOHN [EDITED BY] Edition: First edition Book Description. Peter Hurd: the lithographs by Peter Hurd,Baker Gallery Press edition, in English - 2d : Peter Hurd Originals.
As a student of renowned illustrator, N.C. Wyeth, Peter Hurd developed the skills and dedication needed to capture the dynamic vistas and culture of New Mexico and the American Southwest. He was a consummate artist who was proficient in watercolors, egg temperas and lithographs.
HURD, PETER (–). Peter Hurd, painter, son of Harold and Lucy Chew (Knight) Hurd, was born in Roswell, New Mexico, on Febru His parents named him Harold Hurd, Jr., but called him Pete, and in his early twenties he legally changed his name to s: 1.
Introduction by Andrew Wyeth. Peter Hurd The Lithographs. INCLUDES TYPED LETTER SIGNED BY PETER HURD (dated Aug. 30, ) AND WRITTEN ON STATIONERY FROM THE SENTINEL RANCH, San Patricio, New Mexico. Envelope also is marked Sentinel Ranch, San Patricio, New Mexico, and is stamped and postmarked San Patricio Aug.
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$ This book features 40 color plate renditions of Peter Hurd’s work. Each image is accompanied by a description written by the artist himself. Also features an introduction written by life-long friend, and artist, John Meigs. Published by The Swallow Press Incorporated.
No longer in print; used, in good condition. Peter Hurd. Peter Hurd left his birthplace of Roswell, New Mexico in after receiving a senatorial appointment to West Point. He left the academy after only two years to pursue a career not as a soldier but an artist.
Peter sought out N.C. Wyeth in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania and studied as his private pupil. Buildings are closed. Curbside Pickup is available.
Click here for our interim services.Lubbock, TX: Baker Gallery Press, First printing. Hardcover. 9 1/2 x 12, pages numbered aboutb&w art reproductions, introduction by Andrew Wyeth. Beautiful lithographs. Very Good in Very Good DJ.
Item #The artist Peter Hurd is often noted for his experiments in egg tempera painting and particularly for introducing Andrew Wyeth to the medium with which he would become so closely associated. An inquisitive artist, Hurd taught himself not only the traditional methods of tempera but also the late eighteenth-century printmaking technique of less well known than.