Gerald Cassidy prints for sale

American, 1869-1934

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A Bit of Walipi (sic) (New Mexico) -  CASSIDY

A Bit of Walipi (sic) (New Mexico)
Lithograph, 1920s, edition unknown. 9 7/8 x 13 3/4 in. Signed and titled on the stone. This is a fine impression with full margins. The condition is excellent. Cassidy was one of the first fine art lithographers working in New Mexico. His work is discussed in Clinton Adams' seminal publication, Printmaking in New Mexico, 1880-1990 (1991). He signed his prints in the image, as here, and not in pencil. With all due respects to the artist, we think the correct spelling should be "Walapai."

Sand Storm -  CASSIDY

Sand Storm
Lithograph, circa 1920, small edition. 10 x 13 5/8 in. Signed and titled on the stone. Here we have a superb impression of this important, early southwestern lithograph. The margins are full and the condition is excellent. This print is illustrated and discussed in Printmaking in New Mexico, 1880-1990, by Clinton Adams (1991); (see pages 4-7.) Cassidy studied with Duveneck in Cincinnati and later moved to New York where he developed his outstanding skills as a lithographer. This print is a New Mexico subject and it was known to have been printed by the artist. Cassidy rarely signed his prints in pencil, but rather, signed and often titled his works on the stone below the image in his calligraphic script.

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