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Charles Mielatz, Market Garden, Etching
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Title: Market Garden.
Artist: Charles F. Mielatz (1864-1919).
Medium: Etching, 1888.
Edition unknown.
Image size 9 7/8 x 6 7/8" (25 x 17.5 cm).
Description: Signed in pencil. Signed in plate "Mielatz 1888."

Charles Frederick William Mielatz was born in Bredding, Germany in 1864. He emigrated to the United States as a young boy and studied at the Chicago School of Design. Mostly self-taught, his first prints were large New England landscapes reminiscent of the painter-etcher school of American Art. Around 1890 he started to produce prints of New York City and by the time of his death he had created over ninety images. He was a master technician in the field of etching, reworking many of his plates to get the exact feeling he was seeking. It was not unusual for him to have three or more states to a print in an edition run. On some he would simply reduce the plate size. On others, he would remove entire sections of the image to redraw it. He was one of the early pioneers of multi-plate color etchings in the United States.
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Good condition, minor light discoloration.
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Charles Mielatz, Market Garden, Etching

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Description
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Title: Market Garden.
Artist: Charles F. Mielatz (1864-1919).
Medium: Etching, 1888.
Edition unknown.
Image size 9 7/8 x 6 7/8" (25 x 17.5 cm).
Description: Signed in pencil. Signed in plate "Mielatz 1888."

Charles Frederick William Mielatz was born in Bredding, Germany in 1864. He emigrated to the United States as a young boy and studied at the Chicago School of Design. Mostly self-taught, his first prints were large New England landscapes reminiscent of the painter-etcher school of American Art. Around 1890 he started to produce prints of New York City and by the time of his death he had created over ninety images. He was a master technician in the field of etching, reworking many of his plates to get the exact feeling he was seeking. It was not unusual for him to have three or more states to a print in an edition run. On some he would simply reduce the plate size. On others, he would remove entire sections of the image to redraw it. He was one of the early pioneers of multi-plate color etchings in the United States.
Condition
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Good condition, minor light discoloration.

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