Thomas French Fine Art LLC

Fairlawn, OH

Thomas French Fine Art was founded in 1978 and specializes in selling master prints, drawings, paintings and Japanese color woodcuts. We are members in good standing of the International Fine Print Dealer's Association, Inc., and of CINOA, the Confederation Internationale des Negotiants en Oeuvres d’Art. We subscribe to the IFPDA Code of Ethics regarding authenticity and documentation of the works offered for sale. We have sold works of art to all major museums within the United States and abroad. All fine prints, drawings, and paintings are guaranteed to be original works of art by the artist stated on your invoice. Authenticity and satisfaction are guaranteed. Since 2001, Thomas French Fine Art has been the representative for the Bellows Family Trust.

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Durer, Albrecht: Agony in the Garden

Durer, Albrecht

Agony in the Garden

Woodcut, 1497.

$7,750

PLEASE NOTE: THIS PRINT IS ON HOLD FOR A COLLECTOR.PLEASE INQUIRE FOR AVAILABILITY. Agony in the Garden Woodcut, 1496-1497 Signed with the artist's...

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Stanczak, Julian: Centered Rings

Stanczak, Julian

Centered Rings

Screenprint, 1971.

$4,500

Centered Rings Screen print, 1971 Signed and numbered in pencil From: Twelve Progressions Commissioned by Martha Jackson Graphics Printer: Domberge...

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Kroll, Leon: Building New York

Kroll, Leon

Building New York

Drawing or watercolor, circa 1915.

$9,500

Building New York Watercolor, c. 1915 Signed by the artist lower right Bernard Danenberg Galleries did an exhibition and catalog, The Rediscovered ...

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Dehn, Adolf: Brooklyn Waterfront

Dehn, Adolf

Brooklyn Waterfront

Lithograph, 1930.

$9,500

Brooklyn Waterfront Lithograph on laid gray paper, watermarked "Roma" and "Made in Italy", 1930 Signed, titled, and dated in pencil by the artist E...

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Across the Potomac

Horter, Earl

Across the Potomac

Aquatint, 1930.

$1,750

Across the Potomac Aquatint, 1930 Signed and titled in pencil Annotated: “Imp” for impression printed by the artist Note: The Washington Monument i...

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