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|The Prints of Ernest Fiene:
A Catalogue Raisonné -- in progress
Catalogue Entry # 20
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Dimensions: 10 7/8 x 14 7/8 in.
Printer: George C. Miller
Typical pencil annotations on impressions from the edition: Just below the image: numbered and titled (l.l.) signed and dated (l.r.)
Impressions outside the edition: An unnumbered impression (PhMA) is signed "Ernest Fiene 1926" (l.r.) and countersigned "George C. Miller/Printer" (l.l.). This impression was a gift to PhMA from the artist George Biddle (American 1885-1973). This impression is, therefore, signed by both artist and printer and dedicated to the printer. (See below.)
Inscriptions: PhMA impression: "To George C. Miller with compliments"; WMAA impression: "Collection of Mrs. Force" [Juliana R. Force, first director of the Whitney Museum of American Art--in pencil but not in artist's hand, bottom edge of sheet, center.]
Related Works: This lithograph is the reverse image of the painting "Winter Landscape" (date and location unknown). View a black and white reproduction of the painting by clicking here. A similar composition, the painting Winter Evening (not illustrated) is said to have been his first sale when it was purchased by Hamilton Easter Field, artist, collector and founder of Ogunquit [Maine] School of Painting and Sculpture, where Fiene later taught (see Chronology--1950-51).
Reproduced in: New York Times Magazine, Nov. 14, 1926
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