Frank Duveneck - TRialto bridge - Etching Dry-point unsigned impression pulled from original plate by the master printer-teacher Charles Meakins at the Cincinnati at the Cincinnati on antique Laid paper.
The large work, beautifully etched of the famous landmark measures 10.25" x 17.75" plus narrow margins.
Recorded in the Poole Catalogue of Duvenecks Works as # 23 final State.
This work needs some living restoration; seems like it was torn and rejoined (can be redone professionally for a reasonable cost).
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Frank Duveneck (October 9, 1848 – January 3, 1919) was an American figure and portrait painter.
His work, at first ignored, when shown in Boston and elsewhere about 1875, attracted great attention, and many pupils flocked to him in Germany and Italy, where he made long visits. Henry James called him "the unsuspected genius" and at the age of 27 he was a celebrated artist. In 1878 Duveneck opened a school in Munich, and in the village of Polling in Bavaria. His students, known as the "Duveneck Boys", included Twachtman, Otto Bacher, Julius Rolshoven, and Herman Wessel.
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