New York: Benjamin F. Buck, 1910. Signed by the artist, James H. Findley. During the last years of his life Edgar Allan Poe lived in The Bronx, NY. It was here that he wrote several of his best known poems including "Annabel Lee," "The Bells", and "Eureka." He moved to the small farmhouse in 1846 with his wife, Virginia, with the hope that the country air would improve her health. Unfortunately, she died of tuberculosis the following year. Two years later Poe died in Baltimore by an undetermined cause. The Poe Cottage which was built around 1812 is currently maintained by the Bronx County Historical Society and is open for visitors. This print features the cottage, the woody surroundings, and a small portrait portrait of Poe. It is attractively framed in dark wood with an archival mat. The print measures 9.5 x 13 inches. Frame measures 20 x 25 inches. Near Fine.
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John Boydell and Hurst, Robinson & Co., 1777. Claude Lorrain was an artist of the Baroque era who was active in Italy, and is admired for his achievements in landscape painting. These Mezzotint engravings are after his original designs in the Collection of His Grace the Duke of Devonshire. Richard E. Arlom, a highly respected English mezzotint engraver, executed these prints in the manor and taste of the drawings. Print method is Mezzotint engraving on heavy stock paper, measuring 268 x 410 mm. or approximately 10.5 x 16.25 inches. Archivally matted. #49644. Fine.