Bennett, H. H. (Henry Hamilton), 1843-1908; Boating in art; Tourists -- In art; Portrait photography -- United States; Landscape photography -- United States; Self-portraits, American -- 19th century; Cabinet photographs; Springs -- Wisconsin;...
Katsushika, Hokusai, 1760-1849; Kamakura-shi (Japan); Great Buddha (Kamakura-shi, Japan) -- Pictorial works; Voyages around the world; Arizona -- Description and travel; Japan -- Description and travel; China -- Description and travel
Plates are mounted samples. Title vignette, engraving. Impression limited to three hundred copies, 250 on Dutch hand-made paper, demy quarto, of which this is number 162. Notes on works treating of tartans: pages -61.
Prints, American -- 19th century; Washington, Mount (N.H.); New England; Buildings; Winds; People; Figures -- Female; Figures -- Male; Hats; Sticks; Leisure; Men; Mountains; White Mountains (N.H. and Me.); Women
After Winslow Homer
Curatorial inscription notes: Signed lower right: WH Printed below: The Coolest Spot in New England—Summit of Mount Washington.—[Drawn by Winslow Homer.] Printed above: July 23, 1870.] Harper's Bazar. 473
Provenance: Martha Bennett Phelps William George Phelps, Binghamton, New York, by descent Esther Phelps Pumpelly, Oswego, New York, by descent [Macbeth Gallery, New York, 1937] [Milch Gallery, New York] [Macbeth Gallery, New York] Whitney...