Elizabeth Harvey-Lee Logo. Etchings and Prints for Sale Elizabeth Harvey-Lee, Print Dealer. Etchings and Prints for Sale Elizabeth Harvey-Lee | Print Dealer Elizabeth Harvey-Lee | Print Dealer
Click here to return to the Home page at any time
Further information about Elizabeth harvey-Lee, Print Dealer and Seller
The methods and history of printmaking
Order back-copies of Elizabeth's previous printed catalogues
View this month's selection of prints for sale
View Elizabeth's current on-line exhibition, many prints for sale, and explore the archives
Contact Elizabeth Harvey-Lee and enquire about prints for sale
Elizabeth Harvey-Lee
Elizabeth Harvey-Lee
You are hereHarvey-LeeHomeHarvey-LeeMonthly Selection Harvey-LeePrints by Women Harvey-LeePrints by Women Archive 03

The Feminine Touch
A Selection of Prints
currently in stock by Women Artists

THERESE HOLBEIN VON HOLBEINSBERG, Graz, Austria 1785 – 1859 Vienna. Wooded Landscape. This original etching, c1814, is for sale, priced £150 MARY NIMMO MORAN R.E., Strathaven, Scotland 1842 – 1899 East Hampton, New York. Goose Pond. This original etching, c1882, is for sale, priced £85 SYLVIA GOSSE R.E., London 1881 – 1968 Hastings. Le Port de Tréguier (Brittany). This original etching, c1920, is for sale, priced £150
ENID BUTCHER, London 1902 – 1991. The Knife-Grinder. This original engraving, c1929, is for sale, priced £300 NORA NEUMOND? (née Kahn?). Lesender (Reader). Original woodcut, 1937. MARY FAIRCLOUGH, Born Keynsham, near Bristol 1913. Nude posing. This original three-colour linocut, c1935, is sold

These links: Prints by Women Artists 01 and Prints by Women Artists 02, will allow you to view the featured prints from the
two previous series of Prints by Women Artists

 


See also :

The Current Selections:

From a Recent Catalogue
Old Master Prints
Modern British Prints
Modern Continental Prints
Prints under £250

Selections from the Home Page

Click on a thumbnail (left) to link directly with the entry for that print, or scroll down to view all this month's selection. Images are not at very high resolution.

Other prints by women artists appear extensively throughout the website, many of which are still available for purchase.

If you require further information on any print featured here, please contact us. When a print has been sold it will be marked as Sold.




THERESE HOLBEIN VON HOLBEINSBERG, Graz, Austria 1785 – 1859 Vienna. Wooded Landscape. This original etching, c1814, is for sale, priced £150

THERESE HOLBEIN VON HOLBEINSBERG
Graz, Austria 1785 – 1859 Vienna

The daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Philip Holbein von Holbeinsberg, the last of the line, settled in Vienna about 1814, as a painter and etcher.

She never married and lived in seclusion, though she did publish a couple of sets of etchings; Six Views of the environs of the Castle of Limburg on the River Lahn, c1813 and thirty Landscapes after Nature and after different masters, c1814.

This little scene of a waterfall is probably from the latter series, though other examples from the series are landscape rather than portrait in format.

Wooded Landscape
110 x 83 mm
Original etching, c1814.
On wove, trimmed in the margins.

£150

Return to top ^




MARY NIMMO MORAN R.E., Strathaven, Scotland 1842 – 1899 East Hampton, New York. Goose Pond. This original etching, c1882, is for sale, priced £85

Mrs MARY NIMMO MORAN R.E.
Strathaven, Scotland 1842 – 1899 East Hampton, New York

After the death of his wife, Mary’s father took the Nimmo family to America in 1847 and they settled in Crescentville, Philadelphia. Their neighbours were English immigrants, the Morans, who had two sons who grew up to be artists. In 1862 Mary married Thomas Moran, five years her senior and became his pupil and assistant. The Civil War ended, in 1866 -1868 they made a tour of European cities, passing some months in London.
After their return home they moved to New Jersey, where in 1878 they acquired a press and Thomas taught Mary to etch.

Mary had immediate success in the medium. She was elected to the Society of New York Etchers, the only woman member, and invited to exhibit in London at the founding exhibition of the R.E., resulting in her election as a Fellow of the Society.
Ruskin admired her work and bought three of her etchings in 1882.

After spending several summers in East Hampton the Morans settled there in 1882, buying land and building a house and studio in a sheep pasture overlooking Goose Pond. Many of Mary Nimmo Moran’s etchings, like this example, showed the landscape of the area.

Goose Pond
151 x 103 mm
Original etching, c1882.
The plate initialled MNM. Printed in brown ink, with plate tone, on laid paper. Wide margins, defects at the sheet edges.

£85

Return to top ^




SYLVIA GOSSE R.E., London 1881 – 1968 Hastings. Le Port de Tréguier (Brittany). This original etching, c1920, is for sale, priced £150

SYLVIA GOSSE R.E.
London 1881 – 1968 Hastings

The daughter of the poet and critic Edmund Gosse, and a friend and colleague of Sickert, in whose art school she taught from 1909 to 1914, Sylvia Gosse was a founder Member of the London Group in 1913.

Le Port de Tréguier (Brittany)
139 x 222 mm
Original etching, c1920.
The plate signed. Signed in pencil.
On French cream laid paper. Trace of a fold line in the sky.

£150

Return to top ^  




ENID BUTCHER, London 1902 – 1991. The Knife-Grinder. This original engraving, c1929, is for sale, priced £300

ENID BUTCHER
London 1902 – 1991

Trained first at the Chelsea School of Art, Enid Butcher then attended The Royal College of Art. She graduated in 1927. Her tutor, Robert Austin, had introduced her to engraving as a technique and also introduced her to his own publisher, the XXI Gallery in London, who published Enid Butcher’s plates from 1929 to 1933, after which she seems to disappear as an artistic presence.

The Knife-Grinder
125 x 137 mm
Original engraving, c1929.
The plate initialled.
Signed in pencil and numbered 25/40.
On cream wove.

£300

Return to top ^




NORA NEUMOND? (née Kahn?). Lesender (Reader). Original woodcut, 1937.

DORA NEUMOND ? (née Kahn ?)

A German woodcut artist working in the 1930’s through to the 1950’s. The subjects of her later woodcuts suggest travel or emigration to Greece and Israel.

Lesender Elizabeth Harvey-LeeReader
159 x 142 mm
Original woodcut, 1937.
Signed in pencil, dated and entitled.
Printed on tissue-thin japan.

Sold

Return to top ^




MARY FAIRCLOUGH, Born Keynsham, near Bristol 1913. Nude posing. This original three-colour linocut, c1935, is sold.

MARY FAIRCLOUGH
Born Keynsham, near Bristol 1913 - 2000 Keynsham

Mary Fairclough studied at home, 1926-30, with another Bristol woman painter and linocut maker, Miss Kit Gunton, through whom her work was shown to Claude Flight who invited her to exhibit at the ‘Grosvenor School linocut’ exhibitions at the Ward Gallery in London and Brighton through the 1930’s.

During this period she also attended the West of England College of Art in Bristol part time until the start of the Second World War when she served with the Women’s Voluntary Service.

An illustrator, painter, printmaker, potter and writer, Mary Fairclough even composed the lyrics and designed the costumes of a ballad-opera in the 1960’s. She never married, and died in 2000.

Nude posing
Nude posing
270 x 230 mm
Original three-colour linocut, c1935.
Signed in pencil with initials.
On thin japan, a little cockled.

Sold

Return to top ^