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Howard Pyle (1853-1911) has long been considered, “The Father of American Illustration.” He founded the first school in the nation for illustration at Drexel Institute in Philadelphia (1894-1900) and later the Howard Pyle School of Art in Wilmington, Delaware (1900-1905). The Delaware Museum of Art was founded to house his art. This scene of a young acrobat surrounded by his concerned companions is a good example of this great artist’s talent. A double sheet in good condition with the publisher’s center fold crease. This print is glued down. Published by Harper’s Weekly.

An Interrupted Performance

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  • Inventory#: PYLEH0000001
  • Image Size: 12.25″ x 19.88″
    ( 31cm x 50cm )
  • Actual Size: 14.50″ x 21.75″
    ( 37cm x 55cm )
  • Medium: Hand Colored Wood Engraving
  • Price: $200

 

$200.00

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