Frederick Dielman (1847 - 1935)

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Frederick Dielman (1847 - 1935)

250.00

Frederick Dielman (1847 - 1935)
"Eudora"
Etching
10 x 8 inches
Signed lower left in plate: F. Dielman
19th cent.
 

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Frederick Dielman was born on Christmas day in Hanover Germany in 1847. He moved to the states when he was a young child and graduate from Calvert College, New Windsor Maryland. Upon graduating in 1864 he worked as a draughtsman and topographer for the Army Corps of Engineers in Baltimore until 1872. After opening his own studio in New York City he mostly did illustrations for notable authors like Longfellow, Hawthorne, and George Elliot. His most notable work he did was mosaic panels and mural decorations for the Library of Congress in Washington. 

This original etching is a great example of Frederick's portrait works entitled "Eudora". This was originally bound in a book and has three spots where staples had held it into the binding. The book was American Art Collections written by William Montgomery in 1889 and included is its cover page. This etching is in excellent shape and comes unframed, may have slight imperfections around the border on the margins due to not being framed. 

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