R. H. PALENSKE - Drypoint Vintage Lithograph - A great illustration depicitng a large clipper ship sailing in rough seas. Here is a fabulous vintage picture that was created and SIGNED by the artist: R.H. PALENSKE. Print is TITLED: HEAVY SEAS. @B & B (Brown & Bigelow),USA.
His illustrations are created in a black and white simple coloring. I believe they call these Dry Point Lithographs or Talio-Crome. Makes it even more realistic in the classic pictures he produces with animals, man, and situations in nature. This should appeal to the avid nature collector. Dates approx. the 1930s-1940s. The lithograph is a nice large size, slight age toning of paper. Nice quality heavier paper stock.
With outer bordering measures 16 x 15-1/2. The image only with the title at the bottom measures: 10-1/4 x 12.
Great illustration that shows lots of detailing that you would expect of this fabulous artist.
Is pen SIGNED in lower right bottom edge "R. H. Palenske" and pen TITLED at lower left "HEAVY SEAS". Print has been securely stored flat all these years, has never been matted nor framed. WONDERFUL CONDITION. No foxing, No stains.
A few precise *cuts* in the print, as shown in our photos for you. They are clean even, and once framed up would not be noticible. (One at the upper left hand corner and the other on the right hand corner.)
Reinhold H. Palenske 1884-1954. American artist Reinhold H. Palenske was born in Chicago and lived in Woodstock IL. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago with W. Reynolds. He was a member of the Chicago Society of Etchers and illustrated for "The Spur", "The Washington Star" and the Chicago Daily News. His work was exhibited at the Chicago Society of Etchers, The Smithsonian Institution (solo exhibit) and the Library of Congress. His work is held at the Library of Congress, New York Public Library, Royal Gallery London and Fort Worth Art Museum.
We also will be listing MANY more PALENSKE prints, so be watching! Please make sure to view the other huge collection of vintage antique framed prints we have obtained.
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