PPBS/PRINT. Print Collection Inventories
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Erma Davis Bates print collection
The Erma Davis Bates Print Collection contains prints created by Lutherville, Maryland artist Erma Davis Bates.
Hambleton print collection
The T. Edward Hambleton Collection (ca. 500 items) is one of the most extensive assemblages of Baltimore-related prints from nineteenth-century views and maps to twentieth-century printmakers such as Don Swann and Gabrielle de Vincent Clements.
James Doyle print collection
The James Doyle Print Collection contains etchings and prints created by Baltimore artist James Doyle. Doyle worked for various newspapers including the Baltimore Sun and the Baltimore News and was active in the Charcoal Club, Baltimore’s renowned arts club established in 1883.
John McGrath print collection
The John McGrath Print Collection consists of etchings, prints, ephemera, and other materials related to Baltimore artist John McGrath (1998-1942) McGrath was president of the Charcoal Club, the famous Baltimore arts club established in 1883.
Joseph St. Lawerence print collection
The Joseph St. Lawerence Print Collection contains 36 prints and other items created by Baltimore artist Joseph St. Lawrerence. Much of the works are portraits and figures, often nudes, based on biblical and mythological sources. St. Lawerence, an essentially self-taught printer, sculptor, and painter, was one of the first to make use of dry-plate lithography invented by Baltimore printer Harry Gipe in the 1960s.
Large print collection
The Large Print Collection contains over 250 depictions of people, places, and events. Etchings, lithographs, and drawings represent just some of the print formats included in the collection. These prints vary in size but are no larger than 24 x 36 inches. The prints are organized alphabetically by subject. Advertisements, Baltimore views, and Civil War prints are particular strengths of the collection.
Medium print collection
The Medium Print Collection includes over 600 depictions of events, people, and places important to Maryland’s history. Lithographs, woodcuts, newspaper images, and advertisements represent just some of the various print formats contained in this collection. Images of famous houses, portraits, Baltimore city views, and Civil War fortifications and camps are particular strengths of the collection.
Oversize print collection
The Oversize Print Collection holds over 80 lithographs, etchings, drawings, and other media illustrating Maryland’s historical people, events, and places. The collection includes several prints of Baltimore views and locations.
Saint-Mémin print collection
The Saint-Mémin print collection consists of more than 250 portraits created by French engraver Charles Balthazar Julien Fevret de Saint-Mémin. The items span the years 1796-1809.