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Psychoanalyst, Artist and Critic. Volume 12 2 April Multiple Analyses in Analytical Psychology. Discussion by Michael Fordham, M. Diagnostic and Treatment Implications. A Presupposition of How I Work. Fragmentations as a Defense in Large Groups. Heiress to an Empty Thrown. Discussions by Constance Katz, Ph. The Ordeal of Overgeneralization. Volume 12 3 July On Patient's Sleep during the Psychoanalytic Session.

Discussion by John L. Emily Dickinson as Narcissus. Problems in Terminating Psychoanalysis. Psychodynamics and Sexual Object Choice: Reply to Richard C. Volume 12 4 October Barriers to Knowing in Psychoanalysis. Masochism and Ego Identity in Borderline States. Cognitive and Interpersonal Considerations in Biofeedback. Severe Regression in an eight-an-one-half Year Old Boy. Discussion by Donald Meltzer, M. The Traditional Object in Development and Psychoanalysis.

Darlene Bregman Ehrehnberg, Ph. Notes on Violence and the Intellectuals. Volume 13 1 January Countertransference and the Anxiety of Influence. Discussion by Benjamin Wolstein, Ph. Understanding the Individual through Folklore. Destruction-Reconstruction of Language and forms of Interaction. Women with Double Lives. The Consequences of Predicting Disaster. The Case of Tausk. Reply by Kurt R. Lowering the Barriers to Psychoanalysis. Reply by Amnon Issacharoff, M.

Psychology and Metapsychology and the Evolving American School. Volume 13 2 April The Analysis of Style in Writing. The Foundation of a Humanistic Psychoanalysis. Expanding the Interpretive Range of Psychoanalytic Therapy. My Experience as a Patient of Ernest Schachtel. Extending Schachtel's Development Theories. Schachtel's Contribution to the Teaching Expreience. Volume 13 3 July Mary Julian White, M. Sullivan's Concept of Participant Observation. The Inner Game of Psychoanalysis.

In Homage to Ernest Schachtel. Volume 13 4 October The Impact of Delusion and the Delusion Impact. The Therapeutic Function of Hate in the Countertransference. Discussion by Arthur H. Object Relations and Attachment. Separation and Identity in Adolescence. The Resolution of Impasses in Borderline States. On Looking into Chapman's Sullivan. Volume 14 1 January Two Essays in Psychoanalytical Psychology. Countertransference Experiences with Severely Regressed Patients. Validation and the Framework of the Therapeutic Situation.

Another Look at Sullivan's Concept of Individuality. Discussions by Ralph M. The Psychoanalyst as Consultant to a Hemodialysis Unit. Volume, 14 2 April Primitive Communication and the Use of Countertransference. Routine and Inspired Interpretations. The Impact of Parental Background.

Discussion by Stuart Schneiderman, Ph. The Patient's Role in the Modulation of Countertransference. Self-Esteem in Group Therapy. A Challenge to Professor Roazen. Reply by Paul Roazen, Ph. Volume 14 3 July Sullivan's Conept of Malevolant Transformation. A Concept in Emergence. Treatment Puzzles and Training Paradigms. Volume 14 4 October The Adaptational - Interactional Dimension of Countertransference.

Insight and Therapeutic Change. Theory of the Self in Psychoanalysis. Fairy Tales, Splitting and Ego Development. Two Poems About the Work. Volume 15 1 January Interventions in the Bipersonal Field. Friendship and Its Discontents. Twilight of the Idols. Sullivan's the Illusionary Other. Volume 15 2 April Clinician and Social Philosopher. On Encounter and Communicatin. Countertransference and Projective Counteridentification. The Critical Voice in the Treatment of the Obsessional. The Negative Therapeutic Interaction.

Moral Courage and the Regeneration of Hope. Volume 15 3 July The Loving and Persecuting Superego. The Birth of a Family. Demonical Possession, Splitting, and the Torment of Joy. Discussion by Gilead Nachmani, Ph. Reply by James S. Volume 15 4 October The Therapist's Contribution to Treatment. Reply by Walter Bonime, M. Comments on the Professional Life of a Psychotherapist. Transference and Countertransference in the Analysis of Disorders of the Self. Countertransference in the Psychotherapy of Children and Adolescents.

Analytical Psychology and Countertransference. Interpersonal Psychoanalysis and Regression. Volume 16 1 January More Different than Alike. Interactional and Communicative Aspects of Resistance. Explorations in the Uses of Language in Psychotherapy. The Analyst's Narcissistic Vulnerability. On Patients' Gift Giving. Instinctual Fantasy and Ideal Images. Volume 16 2 April Reciprocal Aspects of Psychoanalytical Listening. Discussion by Lawrence Friedman, M. Object Relations, the Self and the Therapeutic Matrix.

Discussion by Anna M. Countertransference Issues with the Later Life Patient. Empathy, Anxiety and Reality. Sullivan's Concept of "Consensual Validation". The Repair of the Unconcious. The Opiate of the Analyst. Volume 16 3 July Harry Stack Sullivan and Obsessional Disorders. New Views on the Creative Process. A Linguistic and Semantic Analysis. Interpersonal Process, Cognition and the Analysis of Character. Volume 16 4 October A Child is Being Eaten. On the Properties of an Interpretation.

Three Aspects of Change in Adolescence. Volume 17 1 January Psychotherapy With Depressed Adolescents. Countertransference and Judgements of Fitness For Analysis. Feared Loss of Functional Effectiveness. The Case of Alicia. Guntrip's Analysis With Winnicott. Discussion by Bernard Landis, Ph. Maurice R, Green, M. Volume 17 2 April Max Deutscher - Identity Transformations in the Course of Expectant Fatherhood.


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Volume 17 3 July Some Categories for Assessment. Notes on Changes in Analysis. Imitative Elaboration in the Oral Reporting of Dreams. Stephen A Mitchell, Ph. The Psychic Realism of Psychoanalytic Inquiry. From Masochism to Psychic Pain. Obsessional Neurosis - Analysis Interminable? Volume 17 4 October The Nature of Psychoanalytic Data. Fromm's Approach to Psychoanalytic Technique. Otto Rank's Contribution to Psychoanalytic Communication.

Countertransference and Therapeutic Turmoil. When Does Need Become Desire. One Theory or More. Volume 18 1 January The Choice of Clinical Methods.

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Newer Prospectives in Ojbect Relations Theory. The Supervisory Process and Parallel Process. Marianne Horney Eckhardt, M. Relearning the Forgotten Language. Metaphysics or Autistic Reverie? Volume 18 3 April Psychotherapy of the Depressed Patient. The Therapeutic Relationship in Psychoanalysis. Reflections on an Autobiographical Account. To Live and Let Live. The Self and the Rhetoric of Emerging and Unfolding.

Discussion by Gerard Chrzanowski, M. Reply by Paul L. Encounter and Communication, II. The Cornerstone of Psychoanalysis. Volume 18 3 July Further Thoughts on Reanalysis. Comments on the Difficult Patient. An Interpersonal Point of View. Volume 18 4 October Discussions by Nicholas C. The Paranoid and the Depressive.

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The Experience of Time and Hope in the Elderly. A Note on Obscurantism. Volume 19 1 January Expressive Uses of the Countertransference. Reply by Mark Kanzer, M. Introduction by Paul Roazen, Ph. Discussion by Miltitades Zaphiropoulos, M. Janusian Process and Scientific Creativity. Illusions, Anxieties and Questions. Difficulties in the Teaching of Interpersonal Psychoanalysis. Implications of Self Psychology. Discussion by Stepehen A. Volume 19 2 April Notes on the Development of Creativity. The Development of Ego Apparatus and Drive.

The Stimulation of Curiosity in the Supervisory Process. Psychoanalysis and Prevention in Childhood Mental Health. Transference and Resistance as Psychic Experience. Shame, The Ideal Self, and Narcissism. Discussions by Lawrence Friedman, M. The Mirror and the Mask: On Narcissism and Psychoanalytic Growth. Volume 19 3 July The Patient as Interpreter of the Analyst's Experience. Reality, Dream and Trauma. Women's Discourse and Literature. Self, Will and Empathy. Will, Transcendence and Change. Discussion by Arnold I. Changes in the Dreams of Borderline Patients.

The Pluralism of Perspectives on Countertransference. The First Person in Interpersonal Relations. Volume 19 4 October Reality, Transitional Relatedness and Containment in the Borderline. Countertransference in Time-Limited Dynamic Psychotherapy. On the Facilitation of the Therapeutic Symbiosis. Volume 20 1 January Discussion by Ralph M. Perils and Pitfalls of Free Floating Attention.

Discussions by Amnon Issacharoff, M. Group Dream Work and Healing. Reply by Benjamin Wolstein, Ph. Notes on Sullivan's One-Genus Postulate. Volume 20 3 April The Web and the Spider. Discussion by Merton M. Discussions by Murray Krim, Ph. The Interpersonal Tradition and its Development. Reflections on Kohut and Sullivan. Volume 20 3 July Explorations in the Uses of Language in Psychotherapy: Narcissistic Personality Disorder and Pathological Mourning. Piaget and Psychoanalysis, II: The Problems of Working Through. Introduction by Amnon Issacharofff, M.

Discussions by Philip M. Volume 20 4 October Object Relations Theories and the Developmental Tilt. Instinct, Phantasy, and Psychological Deep Structure. The Motif of Sacrafice and the Sacrafice Complex. Discussions by Louis Breger, Ph. Reply by Darlene B. On the Occurrence of the Isakower Phenomenon. Aggression in Clinical Psychoanalysis. Introduction by Dale H. Discussions by Dale H. Transitive Vitalization and its Impact on Father-Representation. Volume 21 1 January The Rules of the Game. Discussion by Adrienne E. The "Bogged Down" Treatment: Projective Identification and the Emphatic Response.

The Two Contexts of the Self. Discussion by Robert B. Discussions by Leopold Caligor, Ph. Ethilogical Aspects of the Work of Erich Fromm. Volume 21 2 April The Psychotherapy of Rage: Clinical and Developmental Perpectives. On Transience and the Sense of Temporal Continuity. The Effect of the Mother on the Success of the Daughter.

Individuaton, Separation and the Role of Reality. The Therapeutic Action of Psychoanalysis. Volume 21 3 July Ralph Manning Crowley, M. Projective Identification and the Countertransference. The Communicative Approach and the Future of Psychoanalysis. Response by Roy Schafer, Ph. Volume 21 4 October The Primary Data of Psychoanalysis.

Toward a Reconceptualization of Guilt. Discussion by Arthur Feiner, Ph. On Supervisory Parataxis and Dialouge. Stanley A Leavy, M. Self Knowledge Through Immediate Experience. A Response to Peterfreund. Volume 22 1 January A Note on Spontaneity in the Analyst. Freud's Refutation of Degenerationism: A Contribution to Humanism.

Technical Aspects of Treating the Regressed Patient. From Neutrality to Personal Revelation: Patterns of Influence in the Analytic Relationship. Theoretical Models and the Analyst's Neutrality. The Wings of Icarus: Illusionand the Problem of Narcissism. The Cognitive and Dynamic Unconcious. Volume 22 2 April A Jungian Perpective on Transference and Countertransference. Transference Neuroses and Resistance Neuroses.

The Use of Pharmacotherapy in Psychoanalytic Treatment. Discussion by Jerry B. Patrick de Gramont, Ph. Reality and Meaning and the Practice of Psychotherapy. The Life and Work of Otto Rank. Discussion by Dale H. Volume 22 3 The Wishy Washy Personality. Discussion by Philip Bromberg, Ph. Reply by Arnold Goldberg, M. Its Roots and Its Contemporary Status. Volume 22 4 October The Convergence of Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience. Diagnosis and Assessment of Suitability for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.

A Reevaluation of Hysterical Relatedness. Discussion by Allan Cooper, Ph. The Self and Symbolic Realization. Outrageousness, Compliance and Authenticity. Translated by Otto Thaler, M. Volume 23 1 January Acceptance Speech by Rose Spiegel, M. The Interpersonal World of the Infant. Allison Blake Stern, Ph. Making the Best of a Bad Deal: A Discussion of Boris' "Bion Revisited". Language and the Self. Reply by Robert Langs, M. Volume 23 2 April Clinical Innovations and Theoretical Controversy. Introduction by Miltiades Zaphiropoulos, M. Discussions by Allen Frances, M.

Clinical Approaches to Narcissistic Transferences. Sullivan's Contribution to Child Psychiatry. William James and the Psychology of Conciousness. Psychoanalytic Treratment of the Boderline Disorders Today. Volume 23 3 July Michael Franz Basch, M. The Interpersonal and the Intraphysic: Discussions by Arnold Cooper, M. Reply by Michael Franz Basch, M.

Creativity, Communication, and Community. The Nature and Utilization of Transference Phenomena. Afterword by Gloria Friedman, Ph. Volume 23 4 October Psychoanalysis as an Aristotelian Science. Anxiety and the Psychic Center of the Psychoanalytic Self. The Cross-Cultural Therapeutic Dyad. Of Mystery and Motive: A Review of "The Ambiguity of Change". Reply by Edgar A. Volume 24 1 Januray The Pursuit of the Particular. On the Dialectical Structure of Experience. Some Thoughts on Psychoanalytic Change.

Dsicsussion by John P. The Telescoping of Generations. Conceptualizing the Psychoanalytic Process. Introduction by Gerard Chrzanowski, M. Discussions by Sabert Basescu, Ph. Afterword by Elizabeth Hegeman, Ph. Volume 24 2 April Confusion of Tongues Between Adults and the Child. Discussions of Ferenczi's "Confusion of Tongues A Possible Interpretation of Their Relationship. Converting Psychotherapy Into Psychoanalysis.

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Thinking of the Interview as if it Were a Dream. Comparison of Archaeological and Empathic Modes of Listening. Ways of Knowing in Psychoanalysis. Discussions by Mark J. Afterword by Alberta Szalita, M. Countertransference as an Indicator in Victimology. Volume 24 3 July One Psychpoanalysis or Many. Discussion by Alberta Szalita, M. The Effect of Strangeness in Psychoanalysis. The Crime of Being Born. Traditional Issues in the Life Cycle of the Psychoanalyst. Introduction by Raelene J. Discussions by Hazel Weinberg, M.

Volume 24 4 October An Instance of Being Someone Else. Sullivan's Contribution to Psychoanalysis. The Misuse of Empathy in Psychoanalysis. Discussions by Donald P. The Influence of the Anxiety of Influence. The Secret, Lies and the Paranoid Process. Gender of the Psychoanalyst: Discussions by John V. Afterword by Constance L. Sullivan and Family Therapy: Volume 25 1 January The Analyst's Unformulated Experience of the Patient. A Review of Reviews. Dreams, Narrative, and the Psychoanalytic Method. Discussion by Hariette Kaley, Ph.

Volume 25 2 April Interpretation of Dreams, Interpretation of Facts. Erich Fromm's Views on Psychoanalytic "Technique". Erich Fromm in Mexico. A Contemporary German Perspective. Discussions by Joerg Bose, M. Keeping the Analysis Alive and Creative. Introduction by Daniel F. Paper by Helene Kafka, Ph. Discussions by Joans Cohler, Ph. Paper by Gloria Friedman, Ph. Volume 25 3 July Clinical Aspects of Friendliness and Friendship. A Systems Theory for Psychoanalysis.

Gerard Joseph Donnellan, Ph. Issues in Clinical Practice. Introduction by Laura Barbanel, Ed. Discussions by Rachelle Dattner, Ph. Actively Seeking the Holding Environment. Negation and its Vicissitudes in the History of Psychoanalysis. The World of the concrete: Introduction by Anna M. Discussions by George Satran, M. Volume 25 4 October Whatever Happend to the Cat? Interpersonal Perspectives on the Self.

Impasses in Psychoanalytic Therpay: Love and Hate in the Treatment of Borderline Patients. Counteridentification, Therapeutic Impasse, and Supervisory Process. Mourning and Failure to Mourn. Arthur David Robbins, Ph. Marianne Honey Eckardt, M. Memorial for Jospeh Barnett, M. Volume 26 1 January Edwin A Weinstein, M. Language Thought, and Interiorization.

Lev Vygotsky and Higher Mental Functions. A Meeting of Paradigms: Playflness in the Psychoanalytic Relationship. Therapeutic Action and the Story of the Middle. Reconstruction, Construction, or Deconstruction. Volume 26 2 April Memorial to Edward S. Five Empirical Psychoanalytic Methods. Nothingness, Meaninglessness, Chaos and the "Black Hole". In the Eye of the Beholder. Discussions by Myer D. Volume 26 3 July Thoughts on the Processes of Psychoanalytic Writing.

A Deconstruction of Kohut's Concept of the Self. Narcissistic Pathology of Everyday Life. Hate in the Countertransference as an Empathic Position. Cumulative Author Index, Part I. Volume 1 - Volume 26 April, Volume 26 4 October Excerpts From "The Organism". Discussions by Paul V. The Centrality of Adaptation. Negative Countertransference and Negative Therapeutic Reactions.

The Dream Within a Dream. Action Techniques in Psychoanalysis. Volume 27 1 Janurary A Philosophy for the Embedded Analyst. Black Milk - Unconscious Envy I. Reflections on my Experience of Psychoanalysis with H. Volume 27 2 April Papers by Myer D. Expanding the Interpersonal Theory of Self-Threat.

Learning, Practicing, and Teaching Psychoanalysis. Introduction by Ruth Imber, Ph. Kathleen Pogue White, Ph. The Unconcious Wish and Psychoanalytic Stoicism. Countertransference Disclosure and Models of Therapeutic Action. Volume 27 3 July Idealization and the Holding of Ideals. The Janusian Process in Psychoanalytic Treatment. Case presentation by Gloria Friedman, Ph. Discussions by Lawrence Epstein, Ph. The Morality of Loss. The Analyst's Question to the Patient. Volume 27 4 October Causes for the Patient's Change in Analytic Treatment.

Introduction by Marco Bacciagaluppi, M. Fromm on Clinical Psychoanalysis. The Thrill of Error: Image and Appearance, Articulation, Union. What do Women Want? Sir Gawain and Dame Ragnell. Discussions by Carolyn C. Issues in Character and Resistance Analysis. Introduction and Afterword by Amnon Issacharoff, M.

Discussions by Allan Cooper, Ph. Volume 28 1 October Expressive Participation and Psychoanalytic Discipline. On the Question of Analyzability. Transference and the Play Place. The Dream's Mirror of Reality. The Many Faces of Love. Misappropriation, Misattribution, and Change. Resistance Interlocked with Countertransference. Volume 28 2 April Early Envy Part II. Developmental Perspectives in Psychoanalytic Practice: Printed on cream wove paper.

Signed, dated and titled in the plate. Robert Anning Bell, R. Battledore Girls Playing Tennis. Printed in sanguine ink on cream wove paper, as published in The Studio volume 10, , with their blindstamp. Signed and titled in the stone. Housed in a handsome gold leaf frame. A charming tennis image. Illustrations of The Book of Job , 7. Linnell printed a second edition of in A superb, richly-inked impression printed on the full sheet. Illustrations of The Book of Job , 9.

From the edition of published by John Linnell, printed on laid India paper mounted on white wove paper after the previous editions totaling Signed and dated in the plate. The Wrath of Elihu: Illustrations of The Book of Job , Fine and Not-so-Fine Dining. Printed on cream laid paper, on the full sheet with deckle edges. Signed and numbered in ink. A very fine impression on cream-colored 'Whatman' laid paper with full margins. A rich impression printed on cream-colored laid 'F. The Carousal A Carouse. A rich impression on cream-colored wove paper with full margins. This is an extremely scarce work.

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Births, Deaths and Marriages. Printed on the full sheet of cream laid paper, with deckle edges on all sides. An extremely rich impression, wih burr. Housed in a black wood frame. A fine impression on pale cream-colored laid paper, printed on the full sheet with deckle edges. A rich impression on creamn wove paper. A fine impression on the full sheet of 'J Whatman' laid paper with full margins.

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An extremely rich impression printed on cream laid paper. Politics Tonnere de Brest. Salaman, Modern Masters of Etching: This is one of Blampied's most famous images. Splashing Through the Surf. Printed on cream wove paper on the full sheet with deckle edges. A rich impression with burr and plate tone on 'Man ' 'England' laid paper. A rich impression with drypoint burr, printed on the full sheet of cream laid paper with wide margins.

An excellent impression with burr, printed with plate tone on the full sheet of 'VGI' laid paper with deckle edges. A rich impression with drypoint burr, printed on cream laid paper, on the full sheet with deckle edges. A rare early etching. Printed with plate tone and drypoint burr, on the full sheet of cream laid paper. Driving Home in the Rain. Printed on Van Gelder Zonen cream laid paper. Slight mat burn; otherwise fine condition. This rare print is considered to be Blampied's magnum opus. Fine Prints of the Year, ; Illustrated: A rich impression with drypoint burr, printed on 'DWD Strang' laid paper, on the full sheet with deckle edges.

Fetching the Doctor In Haste for the Doctor Illustration used as a frontispiece for S. Burton, The Lorna Doone Trail. Print Collector's Quarterly 19 A rich, well-inked impression printed on cream wove paper. A rich impression with drypoint burr printed on cream laid paper with full margins. A rich impression printed on cream laid paper, on the full sheet with deckle edges. Print Collector's Quarterly 13 page A rich impression with drypoint burr and plate tone, printed on simili-Japan laid paper. A rich impression with drypoint burr and plate tone, printed on the full sheet of cream wove paper with deckle edges.

A rich impression with plate tone, printed on cream wove paper. Study for the drypoint of the same title, Appleby Signed Blampied lower left. Slight toning; otherwise fine condition. A rich impression with plate tone, printed on cream laid paper. Horses in a Meadow. Study for the etching "In a Meadow" first plate. Only 1 proof of the etching pulled. Signed in pencil, lower center. A rich impression with plate tone, printed on '[What]man ' wove paper, on the full sheet with deckle edges. A Jersey Vraic Cart.

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The Tuscania leaving New York. Printed on grey wove paper. July 23, ' in pencil. Britain Amey's Eating House, Winchester. One pinhole on the right-hand edge of the drawing, 3 inches from the top; otherwise fine condition. Fine Art Society, with their label, verso. Signed, dated and annotated 'Winchester', lower right. Edition 73 proofs in 15 states. A rich impression printed on Japanese paper. Happisburgh Haseboro' Church, Norfolk. A rich impression printed on simili-Japan paper with wide margins.

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Annotated '19th' in pencil, lower left; signed in pencil. Edition plus 4 trial proofs. Print Collector's Quarterly 9 Printed on simili-Japan paper. Spain Dancing on the Apostle's Day, Santiago. Printed on the full sheet of white laid paper with deckle edges. Gertrude Bone, Days in Old Spain.

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Watercolours The Archibald Russell. Pencil and watercolour on watercolour board. Signed and dated in ink, lower right; titled verso. Signed in pencil, lower right; titled in pencil, verso. Trial proof, apart from the edition of A beautifully wiped impression with plate tone, printed on laid paper with a Strasbourg lily watermark, on the full sheet with deckle edges. Signed in pencil and annotated 'trial' in ink.

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An exceptionally rare proof printed by the artist. Signed and annotated 'trial by self' in pencil. Printed on Strasbourg Lily watermarked laid paper. A rich impression printed on ' ' laid paper. Make Fast, plate 2. Trial proof 2, before the edition or Print Collector's Quarterly 25 Printed on ' Gen Dedijon extra ordi. Signed and annotated 'A. It is extemely rare to find early Briscoe proofs.

A dramatic impression with plate tone printed on cream laid paper. Mending the Trawl, plate 3. A rich impression with dramatic plate tone, printed on cream laid paper with a foolscap watermark. A dramatic impression with plate tone. Printed on fine laid paper, on the full sheet with deckle edges. On the Main Yard. On the Yard, plate 3.

Laver , Hurst Signed and annotated 'trial' in pencil. An exceptional proof of the greatest rarity. Printed on antique laid paper with a fleur-de-lys watermark. Trial proof, before the edition of Signed and annotated "Trial proof" in pencil. A very rich impression with plate tone, printed on pale cream-colored wove paper from an old journal. Printed on antique ceam-colored laid paper. Slight toning; printing fold in the upper right-hand corner; otherwise fine condition. A dramatic, carefully wiped impression.

Trial proof vi, apart from the edition of Fingerprints in the margins; soiling in the margins and in the image; 2 printing folds. A very rich, atmospheric impression printed on Strasbourg lily LVG laid paper from an antique volume. Signed and annotated "trial VI" and "64B" in pencil. The Shadow of the Mainsail. Edition for the Print Collector's Club.

A rich, atmospherically wiped impression. A fine impression with plate tone, printed on cream laid paper on the full sheet with deckle edges. A fine impression with plate tone, printed on cream laid paper from an antique volume. Walking Up the Topsail. Signed and annotated "Trial by Carling" in pencil. Printed on laid paper from an antique volume. We're Bound for the Rio Grande. Trial proof 5, apart from the edition of A rich impression with tonal wiping.

Printed on the full sheet of cream laid paper with deckle edges. Signed and annotated 'trial' and 'trial 5' in pencil. It is rare to find the first numbered impression of an edition. Gerald Leslie Brockhurst, R. A luminous, richly-inked impression on simili-japon paper. This is the artist's magnum opus. It was one of the most influential and familiar icons of erotica of the s.

One of three proofs in this state, before the plate was reduced. An extremely rich proof printed on cream wove paper, on the full sheet with deckle edges. Signed and annotated in pencil '6 th G. B 1 of 3 proofs thus. Print Collector's Quarterly 21 This is a striking portrait of Brockhurst's first wife. Arich proof printed with plate tone on on cream laid paper with full margins.

Printed on cream laid paper, with full margins. Signed, titled and annotated in pencil by the artist, '1st state G. Anais was the artist's first wife. Total edition of The woman portrayed was the mother of the two children in The West of Ireland Fletcher Print Collector's Quarterly 11 A rich impression printed on cream laid paper with wide margins. Paul Mellon; Mary Mellon. A fine impression printed on cream countermarked laid paper.

Signed and annotated 'artist's proof' in pencil. Exhibited at the RE, , no. Brockhurst; Calloway, English Prints for the Collector, p. A rich impression printed on 'J Whatman' laid paper. Signed and annotated '5th state GLB 4 proofs thus' in pencil. A very rich impression printed on off-white wove paper. Edition 76 total 81 impressions.

A dramatic impression with subtle plate tone, printed on cream wove paper with full margins.

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A rich impression with plate tone printed on cream wove paper with wide margins. Etched from a drawing now in the British Museum. An impression was exhibited at the RE, A rich impression printed on cream wove paper, on the full sheet with deckle edges. Early proof before the published state, before the plate was reduced, with the signature in reverse, upper right, before the signature and date were added in the lower left.

An extremely rich proof printed on cream 'J. Brockhurst, Print Collector's Quarterly 21 Signed in pencil and annotated "1st state G. Dorette Kathleen Nancy Woodward. Trial prrof 4, prior to the published edition of proofs in all. Printed on cream-colored simili-japon paper with full margins.. Signed and annotated '4 th state G.

Only 2 impressions in this state total 92 impressions. Signed and annotated '6th state G. A very rich impression with subtle plate tone, printed on antique cream laid paper with full margins. Edition in this state total impressions. A fine impression printed on cream wove paper.

One of only 4 proofs in this state total impressions. An extremely rare proof, before the reduction of the plate. Printed on 'Van Gelder Zonen" laid paper. Signed and annotated '2nd state G. Edition 76 total 79 impressions. Exhibited at the R.


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  6. A fine proof printed on the full sheet of cream wove paper with deckle edges. A dramatic tonal study. A fine impression printed on cream Van Gelder Zonen laid paper. Signed and inscribed '2nd state G. Edition 55 in this state total 58 proofs. A richly-inked impression printed on cream wove paper with deckle edges irregular left-hand margin. A scarce early etching by the artist. Signed and annotated "6th state G. Brockhurst; Print Collector's Quarterly 21 Printed on cream-colored laid paper with full margins.

    A glowing impression of this rare state. Edition size not stated. Una The Young Creole. Edition of 3 in this state total impressions. A very rich impression printed on cream wove paper. Signed and inscribed '4th state G. Edition of in this state total impressions. Signed and inscribed 'Artist's Proof' in pencil. A fine impression on cream wove paper. Wiggin Jessie Duncan Hayden. Jessie Duncan Hayden married Albert Wiggin in ; they had two daughters.

    Wishing to study sculpture, she rented a studio in MacDougal Alley behind the Whitney Museum and began to study under Victor Salvatore. A rich proof printed with plate tone on on cream wove paper with full margins. The Studio, , plate 9; Print Collector's Quarterly 22 A rich impression with plate tone printed on the full sheet of cream wove paper. Printed on countermarked 'hand made' wove paper on the full sheet with deckle edges. A fine impression of this very rare lithograph. Edition 55 68 total proofs.

    A very rich impression. Henry Bell was associated with Lloyds Bank. Fabian The Ideal Head. A rich impression printed on fine cream laid paper with wide margins. Scattered foxing around the sheet edges, well away from the image; otherwise excellent condition. Signed and and anotated '2nd state G. Trial proof, apart from the edition of total impressions.

    A rich impression, printed on cream laid paper. Signed and annotated "Trial" and "to light" by the artist in pencil. The model for this portrait was the wood engraver, Marquett, whose portrait Brockhurst had etched in Fletcher A beautiful, rich impression with plate tone, printed on 'J. Whatman' laid paper on the full sheet with deckle edges. The model for this portrait was the wood engraver,Marquett, whose portrait Brockhurst had etched in Fletcher An exceptionally rich impression with printed on cream wove paper. Housed in a gold leaf frame. Ink drawing on wove paper.

    A fine impression with subtle coloring. Tape hinge along the top margin; drying tack holes in the side margins, remnants of glue in the four corners, all minor and not affecting the image.. Signed and inscribed 'Inv, del. William Walter Burgess, R. Bits of Old Chelsea, a collection of forty-one etchings printed for the artist by Frederick Goulding and published in in an edition of A rich impression printed in black ink on Japanese vellum.

    Monogrammed with his 'sun symbol' in the plate; signed in pencil. Printed with plate tone on Japanese vellum. Monogrammed with his 'sun' symbol in the plate; signed in pencil. Sir David Young Cameron, R. A fine impression with drypoint burr, printed on cream wove paper.

    Glasgow -- on the Clyde at Symington. A rich impression printed on white laid paper from an old volume. Goulding was the master printer in the UK. At the time, his signature was often valued more than the artist's signature. Watercolor, pencil and conte crayon on paper. Duke,purchased at Sotheby's, London ' Mat line; otherwise good condition. Signed and titled in pencil, lower right. Society of Twelve, , No. Salamana, Modern Masters of Etching. Printed on Japanese mulberry paper with small margins with carefully-wiped plate tone and drypoint burr.

    A superb impression of this extremely rare state. Printed on cream laid paper, trimmed to the plate on three sides. A fine impression of this extremely rare early image. Edition of 35 sets, with a few individual proofs apart from the set. Hind, The Etchings of D. An aquamanile is a water vessel. This image is modeled after a fourteenth-century brass said to come from Hereford Cathedral. The Five Sisters, York Minster. A very rich impression printed on fine Japanese mulberry paper. A rich, glowing impression with drypoint burr and plate tone.

    This is Cameron's most famous architectural etching.

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    Rinder writes, ", p. Salaman, Modern Masters of Etching. Printed with plate tone on off-white laid paper. St, George's, Hanover Square. The Netherlands Souvenir d'Amsterdam. A rich, tonal impression with atmospheric plate tone, printed on Japanese mulberry paper. The Studio Volume 44 A rich, glowing impression with burr, printed on Japanese mulberry paper on the full sheet with deckle edges. A rich, glowing impression with burr, printed on Japanese mulberry paper. Printed on the full sheet with deckle edges.

    France The Chimera of Amiens. Cameron; Hind, The Etchings of D. Cameron; Calloway, English Prints for the Collector, p. Italy The Doge's Palace. No published edition -- extremely scarce. A rich impression with burr and plate tone, printed on fine laid paper. North Italian Set, A rich impression with burr and plate tone, printed on off-white laid paper. The East The Turkish Fort. The fort is on the Mokaltam Hills, near Cairo. Click on the title for an image.

    Lithograph by after a drawing by Cattermole. Lithographed by Day and Son. There were several printings. This is probably from the first edition, volume 1. Printed on heavy off-white wove paper. Signed in pencil by Cattermole. Sir George Clausen, R. Lifting an Inner Tube. Britain's Efforts and Ideals. A fine impression printed on off-white wove paper. Mezzotint by David Lucas - after John Constable. Originally Published July 1. A rich impression printed on sturdy wove paper with full margins, mounted on archival paper. A few unobtrusive scrapes and folds, one horizontally across the center of the image, and a faint waterstain in the top right-hand image and margin.

    Housed in a 35 x 25 inch archival double mat.


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    8. Mezzotint by David Lucas , as directed by John Constable. Reworked and republished final state. Published originally in London: Engraved by David Lucas. John Sell Cotman, Abbey Church of the Holy Trinity at Caen. East side of the South Transept. Published in London by J. Signed and titled in the plate. Abbey Church of the Holy Trinity, Caen. Interior of the Nave, Looking West. Edward Julius Detmold A fine, richly inked impression with plate tone, printed on simili-Japan paper. Signed in pencil by Edward Julius, and initialed by him for himself and for his late twin brother. Printed on the full sheet of cream 'AN ' 'England' laid paper.

      Printed on Japanese mulberry paper. Homecoming of the King. A fine impression with selective plate tone, printed on the full sheet of Japanese mulberry paper. A large, impressive image. A fine, richly inked impression on Japanese mulberry paper with fresh, vibrant colors. Signed, numbered and annotated 'E. A rich impression printed on the full sheet of cream wove paper. A painter and lithographer, Cundall had his first one-man show at Colnaghi the year after this impressive portrait was made.

      A rich impression printed on the full sheet of Japanese mulberry paper. Head of a Negro. Edition about 55 published by XXI Gallery. Numbered '40' in a circle on the verso. A fine impression with plate tone printed on cream wove paper with full margins. Signed, dated and annotated 'fec et imp' designed and printed in pencil, indicating a proof printed by Drury.

      Everyman Prints Lowes Dalblac Luard. Edition for the Artists' International Association: Scattered foxing throughout the print.

      A rich impression printed on cream wove paer. Sir William Russell Flint, R. Amazons on a Breton Beach. An extremely rich impression printed on cream 'J Whatman Hand Made' paper. Hinge stains in 3 corners, well outside the image. An extremely rich impression printed on French countermarked laid paper. Extensively annotated in ink by Flint: An exceptionally rare proof. Gardner and Clark A rich impression with drypoint burr printed on 'J Whatman ' laid paper.

      Signed, numbered and annotated in ink. Ceres' Handmaid 2 nd plate. A rich impression in sep Eve. A rich impression in black-brown ink with plate tone and drypoint burr printed on 'Fin de Atelier ' laid paper. Several unobtrusive foxing spots, one visible in a paper flaw in the right-hand margin just outside the image; otherwise fine condition. Signed, numbered and annotated 'Paper:

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