This 1891 collection features work by expert wood engraver, Edward Whymper. These wood engravings depict the various insects found while traveling in the Andes Mountains of Ecuador. Whymper was, coincidentally, the first person to summit the Matterhorn of Switzerland in 1865, and is undoubtedly the most talented wood engraver we have ever seen. Wonderful pieces to have in your study or sun room.
This collection from 1875 offers patterns and motifs from various cultures and time periods. Perfect for an art room or studio, as these chromolithographs offer wonderful design inspiration to the creative types.
Rotogravures create images with incredible density range, and deliver images with an amazing contrast and depth of field. When printed in bulk, rotogravures were affordable, and could easily be printed at high speeds on inexpensive paper stock while still retaining a high image quality. The rotogravures featured in this collection are from Sunday newspaper pictorial sections, and offer a detailed glimpse of the people, places and events of the World War I era.
Featured is our collection of vintage and antique maps depicting regions from around the globe. Well-preserved and offered in many print types, these maps are highly sought after for their historical importance and great condition.
Leni Riefenstahl photographed these immaculate photogravures of the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Although she changed the face of cinematography indefinitely, and was a dedicated and fiercely gifted photographer, Riefenstahl’s name has forever been seared due to her affiliation with the Third Reich propaganda filmed under her direction.
This collection features the portraits of the most beloved Hollywood actors and actresses of 1945. The American film industry profited considerably during the war years—a full decade after the rise of sound film production.
French advertisements have always proven to be a popular seller for their distinct designs, bold colors, and precise layouts. Offered in this collection are mini posters from advertising legend A. M. Cassandre and gorgeous advertisements in the Art Deco and Art Nouveau styles.
Newly released mini posters in a range of categories. Included in this collection are travel posters, Ludwig Hohlwein advertisements, French lithographs and various others. Bold in color and design to make for beautifully framed images.
Rarely do we feature sheet music as part of our repertoire. These music covers from 1917 and 1918 are bold in design and highlight the atmosphere of the United States home front during World War One. Artists include Alfred Barbelle, Andre De Takacs, and prolific ragtime illustrator, William Austin Starmer.
This remarkable collection features lithographic covers from Vendre, a French trade magazine aimed at graphic designers. Offered are stunning examples from the Art Deco era through the 1950s; these covers are extremely rare to locate and are virtually unseen online.
Windmills, surprisingly, are one of our most sought after categories. In this collection, you will find windmills in various print types. Windmills featured are of predominantly Dutch and English heritage.