Marguerite Kirmse Original Pencil Signed Drypoint Etching We - Two Terrier Dogs on the Beach 1928 Unframed

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We is an original pencil signed drypoint etching by English born American artist Marguerite Kirmse - (1885-1954). This print of two Scotties on the beach was published in 1928.

Title: We
Artist: Marguerite Kirmse - (1885-1954) - English born American artist
Technique: Original Drypoint Etching
Signature: Signed and titled in pencil by the artist.
Date Published: 1928
Edition: Limited Edition
Dimensions: Sheet size - 8-1/4 x 11-1/2 inches, Image size - 5-3/4 x 8-1/4 inches, Mat/Folder - 10 x 12 inches.
Condition: Very Good Condition with some light age toning and two old hinges on the back top of the sheet.
References: Works by Marguerite Kirmse can be found in many public and private collections. This print can be seen on the Marguerite Kirmse website.
Printing: A very good impression printed in black ink on cream wove paper with a "France" watermark.
Presentation: Placed in a cream collector's mat. Blank on the back, not laid down. Ships in a plastic archival sleeve.
Description: A lovely etching of two Scottie Terriers sitting together on the shore and looking out a seagull flying above the expansive ocean. Kirmse gave this endearing image of two friends on the beach the simple title "We."

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Marguerite Kirmse was born in Bournemouth, England on December 14, 1885. She studied both music and art in England, but it was after her emigration to America that she developed her talent for the visual arts. She was a pupil of Frank Calderon, and she specialized in drawing and etching dogs of all breeds, shapes and sizes. Her work displays a tremendous emotional understanding of dogs, their expressions and behaviors.

While she maintained an artist’s studio in New York City, she also had her breeding kennels in Connecticut (under the kennel name of Tobermory), housing Airedales, Irish Terriers, English Setters, English Pointers, a variety of Spaniels, and of course her adored Scotties. Her husband George W. Cole was president of the Scottish Terrier Club of America. She expertly showed her dogs, participated avidly in field trials, and proficiently shot over them.

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