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Lithograph by Mariette Lydis entitled "Dance of the Prisoners" in the series "Beggar’s Opera." The lithograph depicts many prisoners leaning against each other. Some of the prisoners have a ball and chain attached to their ankle, and the prisoners…

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A lithograph entitled "Flowers of the Tulip Tree" by Marian Hebert. Lithograph depicts two flowers. Hebert, Marian "Flowers of the Tulip Tree" Reference: Who’s Who in American Art - 1940 Represented: Library of Congress

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"Indian Laurels" by Alan Crane. A lithograph of trees with a small building behind the trees and a mountain in the background. Crane, Alan - American (Illinois), 1934 address was Brooklyn, New York. "Indian Laurels" Reference: Mallett Library of…

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Lithograph by Mariette Lydis entitled "Captain Macheath" in the series "Beggar’s Opera." Lithograph depicts a well dressed man with a curtain and buildings in the background.

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Lithograph titled "Player and Beggar" in the "Beggar’s Opera" series. Image features an actor in a beaked costume with what appears to be a horse in the foreground and a beggar in the background. Matted and unframed.

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Lithograph titled, "Jenny Diver and Suky Tawdry" in the "Beggar’s Opera" series. Image of two women, one holding a glass and appearing to be topless and the other at least semi-topless. Two figures holding rifles appear in the background. Matted and…

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Etching titled, "Santa Cruz, Toledo" featuring a street scene with men and donkeys. Matted and unframed. Also signed in pencil by the author at the lower left and numbered 200 at the lower right. Pencilled note at lower right (difficult to read):…

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Etching titled, "Santa Cruz, Toledo" featuring a street scene with men and donkeys. Matted and unframed. Embossed with "The Society of Print Connoisseurs" at the lower left. Also signed in pencil by the author at the lower left and numbered 200 at…

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Lithograph titled, "Four Women" in the series "Beggar’s Opera." Image is of four women in various modes of dress, each with an infant. Matted and unframed.
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