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Description: In the late 1930’s Byxbe took up residence in Estes Park, Colorado. This etching, titled in graphite lower left, “Top of Long’s Peak”, is one of his skilled etchings of the Rocky Mountains that formed the backdrop to his studio.

Lyman Byxbe (1886-1980) was elected to the Chicago Society of Etchers in the 1930’s and had a one man show at the Smithsonian (1937-38).

Plate mark: 7″ x 5 1/2″ on a 9 1/4″ x 7 1/4″ sheet of paper. Signed in full in graphite at lower right margin.¬†¬†Item# PR00502

Condition: Light minimal toning around perimeter, light stain at center bottom edge. Generally good condition and a strong impression.