The Limeport Quarry - DANIEL GARBER
Etching, 1947, Humphries E52, edition 50. 9 x 12 in. Signed in the plate, lower left. Signed, titled and numbered in pencil. This is a superb, luminous impression. The margins are wide showing tack holes on two sides of the sheet. (Like Childe Hassam, Garber would tack the just printed impressions to a surface to dry.) The condition is excellent. (This impression was printed by the artist as it shows "D.G.imp.") Garber was a leading painter of the New Hope art colony and he also excelled at etching having produced about fifty works. He taught at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts for about forty years. There's a related painting in the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and the scene depicted is along the Delaware River across from Limeport, PA, not far from New Hope.
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