1957.0590.003 A Print, B Frame, view 1
  • 1957.0590.003 A Print, B Frame, view 1
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Print (Etching)

  • Title:

    AUTUMN

  • Category:

    Prints and Maps

  • Creator (Role):

    B. Plen (Publisher and printseller)

  • Place of Origin:

    Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mid-Atlantic, United States, North America

  • Date:

    1790-1810

  • Materials:

    Ink; Watercolor; Paper (laid)

  • Techniques:

    Line Etched with minimal burin work, Hand colored

  • Museum Object Number:

    1957.0590.003 A


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Object Number

1957.0590.003 A

Object Name

Print (Etching)

Title

AUTUMN

Category

Prints and Maps

Credit Line/Donor

Bequest of Henry Francis du Pont

Creator (Role)

B. Plen (Publisher and printseller)

Place of Origin

Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mid-Atlantic, United States, North America

Date

1790-1810

Mark or Signature or Inscription or Label

1. Inscription; Lower center, beneath the title; Printed & Sold by B. Plen/ Philad.\a

Subjects

Genre scene; Allegory

Materials

Ink; Watercolor; Paper (laid)

Techniques

Line Etched with minimal burin work, Hand colored

Dimensions (inches)

11.7 (H) , 9.6 (W) , 10.5 (Image H) , 8.9 (Image W)

Dimensions (centimeters)

29.8 (H) , 24.5 (W) , 10.5 (Image H) , 8.9 (Image W)

Measurement Notes

H at left. W at bottom. Chain intervals: 2.8-3.0 cm.; laid line frequency: 8 per cm.

Publisher Summary

Plen, B.

Place of Publication

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mid-Atlantic, United States, North America

Coloring

Hand colored with translucent watercolors

Object Description

Text available soon.

Bibliography and Bibliographic Notes

[Book] Fowble, E. McSherry. 1987 Two Centuries of Prints in America, 1680-1880 : A Selective Catalogue of the Winterthur Museum Collection.
Published: no. 351, p. 490.
[Book] Shadwell, Wendy J. 1969 American Printmaking: The First 150 Years.
Print listed as no. 104.
[Thesis] McKinney, Katie. 2015 Double Vision: Portrait Miniatures and Embedded Likeness in Early America. M.A. Winterthur Winterthur Program in American Material Culture