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Copyright ©
2006-2007
by Jeffrey Coven
The Prints of Ernest Fiene:
A Catalogue Raisonné -- in progress
This work has been withdrawn from the Catalogue Raisonné.
Phaethon in the Stable
Entry withdrawn from the catalogue -- Formerly # 68*
(Click for explanation of titles and Catalogue Entry #s)


Fig. 1
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The photo above is of the reproduction in the book, Phaethon Son of Apollo (See below.) not of the etching itself.

Date: c. 1932**

Medium: electrotype relief process print -- reproduction of pen and ink drawing -- formerly listed here as an etching*

Dimensions: 2 7/8 x 7 1/2 in.

Pencil annotations on this work: signed in pencil, l.r.; "trial proof" in pencil lower left.***

Public collections holding this print: BMA

*Catalogue number: One proof of Fig. 1 above formerly appeared in this catalogue as entry #68, and was classified as an etching from the collection of the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA). Subsequently it has been reclassified by BMA as a relief print reproduced from a pen and ink drawing also in the collection of the BMA (1950.12.18) by means of an electrotype process. Therefore this work has been withdrawn from the catalogue raisonné of Fiene's prints, being a photomechanical reproduction of a drawing and not an original print. Furthermore there is, until further notice, no longer an entry bearing the number "68" in the catalogue raisonné itself.

**Book Illustration: This image appears on page 15 of Phaethon Son of Apollo, by Joseph Gavorse, illustrated with eleven "drawings" by Ernest Fiene and published by the Society of American Bibliophiles in 1932, in an edition of 300.


Fig. 2
(The photo above is from the title page of the book.)

Annotations: The BMA trial proof of the image, signed and annotated by the artist, appears on a page with letter press text.

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