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PAUL AMBLETON LANDACRE (American, 1893-1963), quot;Edge of the we offer home pickup/drop-offs, stand-in product support and more depending on a customer's needs. we are available 7 days a week, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. In harmony with nature... Sensual and dreamy, Otto Mueller shows us a piece of what is the same for everyone. The mere man with the world in which we live.Here is my dealer review... ☆☆☆☆☆Absolutely recommended! Very happy to be back! Friendly, communicative, correct and fast shipping. Everything went well. ?Thank youIt’s more beautiful in person than I remember seeing at MMofA. It’s perfect. A wonderful printing of this woodblock. I love it. And the store was so communicative and helpful from purchase to receipt.I look at it every day on my wall and think "I'm so glad that's on my wall"I love it and it is gorgeous. Thank you for working with me and for fast shipping! Image size: 6 X 8 inches. Unsigned, printed on fine-grained, cream wove paper, 1 - 2 inch margins. Plate 11 of the quot;California Hillsquot;, published by Bruce Mc Callister, Los Angeles, 1931, edition 500. Printed from the original block by Harold Young. Mint condition. Free shipping to US address.(797823 bx-x)Note:This remarkable booklet, the quot;California Hillsquot; comes with a curse on the colophon. It states: quot;The artist and the printer pray that he who may be tempted to mutilate this book will be reminded of those dark words of St. Nicholas of Arrinstine: Quem si quis male tractaverit, morte moriatur, in sartagine coquatur, caducus morbus instet eum et febres, et rotetur, et suspendatur. Amen.quot;Translation: quot;And if any man treat him ill, he shall surely be put to death, let him be cooked in a pan, epileptic disease and fever continue in him, and may he be rotated and suspended. Amen.quot;Fortunately, you can have the print without the curse as someone else has inherited the curse.(R.R.)Note:Paul Hambleton Landacre (July 9, 1893, Columbus, Ohio - June 3, 1963, Los Angeles, California) was an active participant in the cultural flowering of interwar Los Angeles, described by Jake Zeitlin as a quot;small Renaissance, Southern California stylequot;. His artistic innovations and technical virtuosity gained wood engraving a foothold as a high art form in twentieth-century America. Landacre#39;s linocuts and wood engravings of landscapes, still lifes, nudes, and abstractions are acclaimed for the beauty of their designs and a mastery of materials. He used the finest inks and imported handmade Japanese papers and, with a few exceptions, printed his wood engravings in his studio on a nineteenth-century Washington Hand Press, which is now in the collection of the International Printing Museum in Carson, California.Paul Hambleton Landacre was born in Columbus, Ohio, in 1893, into a family of scientists. His father Walter graduated college with a degree in analytical chemistry and worked as an analytical and consulting chemist. His uncle Frank received a doctorate from the University of Chicago, became a full professor of anatomy at Ohio State University, and President of the Ohio Academy of Science. Landacre#39;s mother, Clara Jane Hambleton, also came from a well-educated and scientifically-minded family largely of Quaker descent. Her brother, James Chace Hambleton, was a naturalist who served as the first president of the Audubon Society in Columbus, Ohio.During his sophomore year at Ohio State University, Landacre suffered a debilitating streptococcus infection that left his right leg permanently stiffened and his dreams of becoming an Olympic track and field athlete shattered. In 1917, after an extended hospitalization, he left Ohio to convalesce in the more healthful climate outside San Diego where his father and step-mother had recently relocated. Landacre met his future wife, Margaret McCreery, in San Diego where they both worked in the advertising industry. Also a transplanted Midwesterner (born in Missouri in 1891), McCreery wrote advertising copy and advanced her prospects by moving to downtown Los Angeles. Landacre soon followed. They were married in July 1925 in Laguna Beach. McCreery played an instrumental, behind-the-scenes role in her husband#39;s successful transition to becoming a professional printmaker of national renown. In the turbulent wake of his wife#39;s passing in 1963, Paul declared that quot;everything I did in my work and everything I thought or said was as much or more of Margaret#39;s as it was mine.quot;Although he took a few life-drawing classes at the Otis Art Institute between 1923 and 1925, Landacre largely taught himself the art of printmaking. He experimented with the technically demanding art of carving linoleum blocks and, eventually, woodblocks for both wood engravings and woodcuts. His fascination with printmaking and his ambition to make a place for himself in the world of fine art coalesced in the late 1920s when he met Jake Zeitlin. Zeitlin#39;s antiquarian bookshop in Los Angeles—a cultural hub that survived into the 1980s—included a small gallery space for the showing of artworks, primarily prints and drawings, and it is there in 1929 that Landacre#39;s first prints were exhibited. In early 1930 Zeitlin gave Landacre his first significant solo exhibition in southern California. Zeitlin#39;s ever-widening circle of artists included Edward Weston, a photographer, and Henrietta Shore, a painter and printmaker, each of whom shared the modernist vision that so captivated Landacre. In early 1934, Zeitlin, together with screenwriter and Hollywood insider Delmer Daves, organized the Paul Landacre Association. Its thirteen original members included a cross section of local cultural and industrial elites who reflected the vigor, wealth, and cosmopolitan nature of early modern Los Angeles. Each member committed $100 annually to purchase Landacre#39;s new works. During the Association#39;s six-plus years, Landacre quot;reached artistic maturity and produced a succession of award-winning prints ....quot;Well-connected to the New York art scene, Zeitlin handled the work of many American artists represented by Carl Zigrosser, director of the Weyhe Gallery in Manhattan and, later, curator of prints at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. By 1936 Zigrosser considered Landacre to be quot;one of the few graphic artists worth watchingquot; in America, and included him among his portraits of 24 contemporary American printmakers in his seminal work, quot;The Artist in Americaquot; (Knopf 1942). Rockwell Kent also praised Landacre as, without exception, the finest wood engraver in America. Elected an associate member of the National Academy of Design in 1939 and a full Academician in 1946, Landacre was honored in 1947 with a solo exhibition of his wood engravings at the Smithsonian Museum, its graphic arts division under the curatorial leadership of Jacob Kainen. Los Angeles printer and book designer Harry Ward Ritchie (Ward Ritchie) also recognized Landacre#39;s extraordinary gifts and between 1932 and 1957 collaborated with him on some 25 printing projects. Often, Ritchie commissioned Landacre to conceive decorative wood engravings for privately distributed books of small format and limited edition.Of national and local appeal, many of Landacre#39;s linoleum cuts and wood engravings were inspired by the American Far West, including the hills and mountains of Big Sur, Palm Springs, Monterey, and Berkeley. quot;California Hills and Other Wood Engravings by Paul Landacrequot; (Los Angeles: Bruce McCallister, 1931), a limited-edition folio comprising 15 of Landacre#39;s early works printed from the original blocks, was awarded recognition as one of the quot;Fifty Books of the Yearquot; for 1931. In rapid succession, three books featuring his wood engraved designs also garnered such recognition: quot;The Boar and the Shibbolethquot; (1933), quot;A Gil Blas in Californiaquot; (1933), and quot;XV Poems for the Heath Broomquot; (1934). In the 1950s, the AIGA recognized quot;A Natural History of Western Treesquot; (1953) and quot;Books West Southwest, Essays on Writers, Their Books and Their Landquot; (1957) as quot;Fifty Books of the Yearquot;, and they became the fifth and sixth books with Landacre designs to win the prestigious award. For quot;Treesquot; Landacre contributed more than 200 ink drawings on scratchboard.Landacre achieved a singular, mature style lauded for its formal beauty—meticulously carved fine lines, delicate cross hatching, and flecking—elements in white which strikingly contrast with velvety blacks. His prints, including the early linocuts, gained early and lasting critical recognition, were awarded numerous prizes, and are found in more than a hundred and fifty public collections throughout the United States.Landacre died in 1963, soon after, and emotionally resulting from, the death of his wife who had been an essential working companion for 38 years, even helping the artist late in his life pull impressions from the formidable Washington Hand Press.Landacre Residence Is Now A City of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural MonumentIn March 1932, the artist and his wife purchased a rustic one-bedroom bungalow at 2006 El Moran Street where they lived for the remainder of their lives. The modest home was perched near the top of an impossibly steep and winding Peru Street. The neighborhood tract was known as the Semi-Tropic Spiritualists#39; Association in an area of Echo Park formerly known as Edendale, an historic district near downtown Los Angeles. Conservationist Charles Fisher successfully applied for landmark status, and in March 2006, the Landacres#39;s hillside home was declared City of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 839. (source: Omaha Mall Discounts Clearance Online Store 100% Cottage Ornament Kit, DIY Craft kit, House Ornament Pattern, Fel Tulsa Mall Cottage Ornament Kit, DIY Craft kit, House Ornament Pattern, Fel Art Collectibles\ => Prints\ => Wood Linocut Prints

Discounts Clearance Online Store 100% Cottage Ornament Kit, DIY Craft kit, House Ornament Pattern, Fel Tulsa Mall

Cottage Ornament Kit, DIY Craft kit, House Ornament Pattern, Fel Discounts Clearance Online Store 100% Cottage Ornament Kit, DIY Craft kit, House Ornament Pattern, Fel Tulsa Mall Step by Step Tutorial - Amber Cat in Coloured Pencil This 24 page comprehensive tutorial shows you step by step how to draw this gorgeous ginger cat using coloured pencils. The tutorial includes full colour illustrations and detailed instructions along with a full materials list. This artwork has been completed on Xerox Nevertear paper but can also be completed on drafting film or any of your preferred drawing surfaces. This tutorial was created using Polychromos, Pablos and Luminance and if you don#39;t have these brands of pencils then you might find the Coloured Pencil Conversion charts assist you in working out which pencils to substitute from your own range. worldwide in buying and selling online. online shopping Art Collectibles\ => Drawing Illustration\ => Pencil\ => Colored Pencil This was a great kit! I learned a lot from drawing this dog, and I fell in love with him, such a wonderful face on this dog. I had never used drafting film as a medium for colored pencil work and I expanded my skills!Simply wonderful. Not suitable for absolute beginners. So I'm all the more satisfied because it's difficult to find good tutorials for advanced ones! Absolutely worth his money. I love Karen's way of teaching.Total Love Karen's lessons. I've advanced my skills more using these lessons than any other learning method! Very strongly recommend them for anyone wanting to master pencil crayon!This written tutorial was very thorough and full of tips on supplies and materials as well as techniques for using colored pencils on various surfaces. Great tutorial! Thanks, Karen.

Discounts Clearance Online Store 100% Cottage Ornament Kit, DIY Craft kit, House Ornament Pattern, Fel Tulsa Mall

Cottage Ornament Kit, DIY Craft kit, House Ornament Pattern, Fel
Cottage Ornament Kit, DIY Craft kit, House Ornament Pattern, Fel

Discounts Clearance Online Store 100% Cottage Ornament Kit, DIY Craft kit, House Ornament Pattern, Fel Tulsa Mall

Discounts Clearance Online Store 100% Cottage Ornament Kit, DIY Craft kit, House Ornament Pattern, Fel Tulsa Mall

This DIY ornament kit makes it so easy to have a handcrafted holiday! All of the materials you need to make one wool felt Cottage ornament (except for glue and scissors) are included so you can start creating as soon as it arrives on your doorstep. The patterns are PRE-PRINTED onto transfer material, so all you have to do is stick them on, cut them out and you#39;re ready to start assembling this beautiful house ornament.

Supplies included in the kit:

-Wool blend felt in every color you#39;ll need to make one ornament
-Pre-printed designs for cutting out all felt pieces
-DMC embroidery floss
-Sequins, beads
-Paint, paintbrush
-Decorative twine
-Full-color printed booklet with step-by-step photos, instructions and stitch diagrams

For more felt ornament PDF patterns and kits (like those shown in the photo above) please view the quot;Kits and Suppliesquot; section of my shop.

*This listing is for a supply kit to make ONE ornament.
*Mass production, file-sharing, resale and/or distribution of pattern pieces, photographs or instructions is expressly prohibited.

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