Kerr Eby (1889 - 1946)
Fine etching by Kerr Eby of a doorway in Algiers.
Biography: Kerr Eby (1889-1946) American etcher and printmaker born in Tokyo.
Lived mainly in New York and New England U.S. His subject matter included urban, rural and maritime landscapes. His works have a lyrical quality emphasizing the subtle tonal qualities of light affected by water and atmosphere. He was recognized during his lifetime by prestigious arts organizations, becoming an associate of the National Academy of Design in 1930 and an academician in 1934, and a member of the National Institute of Arts and Letters, which was limited to 250 members. He was a member of the Society of American Etchers and the Chicago and Philadelphia Societies of Etchers as well. The New York Public Library has a complete collection of his work to 1932. He was also included in Prints of the Year (1931); and The Bicentennial Pageant of George Washington, a suite of 20 etchings, each by a different artist, depicting scenes from Washington’s life (1932).
Kerr Eby (1889-1946)
American etcher and printmaker born in Tokyo.
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