ARTHUR HEINTZELMAN Girl w/ Doll Signed & Numbered Original Framed Etching

Original, framed, signed & numbered etching by the internationally recognized artist, Arthur Heintzelman.

$315.00

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Here we have an original, framed, signed & numbered etching by the internationally recognized artist, Arthur Heintzelman. This is a detailed portrait that depicts a small child sitting contentedly in a chair, holding a doll in her right hand. It is signed in the artist’s hand on the bottom right of the paper, and is numbered, “Ed. 60” on the left.

According to brierhillgallery.com:
“Born in Newark, New Jersey, Arthur William Heintzelman was a painter, etcher, copyist, teacher, and curator. Raised in Providence, Rhode Island, he first studied art at the Rhode Island School of Design, where he subsequently taught, and also in Europe. Already widely respected as a printmaker prior to his departure for Europe, he became internationally famous during his years abroad and is regarded as one of the greatest etchers of the Twentieth Century.”

Item is complete with no losses to the original etching or paper, with some minor discolorations showing in the face, chest, and leg area of the girl. Frame shows negligible losses of paint throughout – what remains is a nice ‘antique’ finish. Note that the back of the frame was at one point covered with paper, but a signifacnt swath has been lost, leaving less than half remaining. From the sticker on the back it appears that this picture was once framed, or sold, by “Tilden-Thurber Fine Arts Dealers of Providence, RI.”  If you wish, we will replace the backing paper before shipping at no charge.  Just ask when paying your invoice.

According to brierhillgallery.com:

“Born in Newark, New Jersey, Arthur William Heintzelman was a painter, etcher, copyist, teacher, and curator. Raised in Providence, Rhode Island, he first studied art at the Rhode Island School of Design, where he subsequently taught, and also in Europe. Already widely respected as a printmaker prior to his departure for Europe, he became internationally famous during his years abroad and is regarded as one of the greatest etchers of the Twentieth Century.”

Dimensions
17&1/2″h x 14″w x 3/8″d, overall
2lbs 6 oz

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Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 20 x 16 x 3 in

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