Mountains off in the American West in what looks from now to be a dreamtime but wasn’t. These all being of scenes in Arizona. George Elbert Burr, artist. Living from 1859 to 1939, he was a printmaker and painter, briefly studying at the Chicago Academy of Design.

"Verde River-- Apache Reservation, Arizona." 1920. Etching.
“Verde River– Apache Reservation, Arizona.” 1920. Etching. Signed and titled in pencil on the lower margin. Image © Swann Auction Galleries. Fair use license. via—Apache-Reservation-Arizona?saleno=2532&lotNo=118&refNo=769317
"Superstition Mountain - Apache Trail - Arizona." 1926. Etching.
“Superstition Mountain – Apache Trail – Arizona.” 1926. Etching. Signed “George Elbert Burr” on the lower left. Monogrammed “GB” on the lower right corner of the plate. Titled on the lower right. Image © 2003-2019 Allan J. McIntyre Tucson, Arizona. Fair use license. via
"Evening, Arizona." ca. 1930.
“Evening, Arizona.” ca. 1930. Etching. Monogram in the plate on the lower left corner. Signed “George Elbert Burr, Trial Proof” along the lower margin in pencil. Image © 1995-2020 eBay Inc. Fair use license. via

Renaissance designs by Italian draughtsman and printmaker Stefano della Bella. Living from 1610 to 1664, he is known for etchings with a great variety of themes, including court scenes, landscapes, and genre scenes but I like these best.

Fantastic vases. Probably 1646.
Fantastic vases. Probably 1646. Signed. In the public domain due to age. via
"Design for a frieze with a leopard and a grotesque head." ca. 17th c.
“Design for a frieze with a leopard and a grotesque head.” ca. 17th c. Pen and brown ink. Bears numbering in pen and brown ink, verso: 11.84. School of Stefano della Bella. Image © Sotheby’s 2019. Fair use license. via
"Tritons Wrestling with Fanged Sea-Creatures." ca. 1645-50.
“Tritons Wrestling with Fanged Sea-Creatures.” ca. 1645-50. Etching. Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. In the public domain due to age. via
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“Frieze with a child and two dogs.” 17th c. Drypoint etching. Inscribed “994 I/VI” in pencil on the reverse l.l. Identified on a typed label attached to the mat. Image © 1999 – 2019 SKINNER, INC. Fair use license. via

Drypoint etchings of New York City a little while back. One in Connecticut. Martin Lewis, artist (1881-1962). Born and raised in Australia but mostly working later in New York.

"Yorkville Night." 1947.
“Yorkville Night.” 1947. Image © Estate of Martin Lewis. Fair use license. via
"Circus Night." 1933.
“Circus Night.” 1933. Etching. Signed in pencil. Image courtesy The Old Print Shop. © Estate of Martin Lewis. Image © 2019 F+W . Fair use license. via
"The Passing Freight, Danbury." 1934.
“The Passing Freight, Danbury.” 1934. Drypoint and sand ground. Signed in pencil. © Estate of Martin Lewis. Image © William P. Carl Fine Prints, Durham. Fair use license. via,_Danbury
"Snow on the El." 1931.
“Snow on the El.” 1931. © Estate of Martin Lewis. Fair use license. via