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A Sandstorm on the Little Colorado River, Arizona.

Date 1920
Technique Etching, Drawing or Watercolor
Price $3,500.00
Exhibitor Allinson Gallery Inc.
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A Sandstorm on the Little Colorado River, Arizona. 1920. Watercolor on watercolor board. Study for Seeber 189. 10 3/8 x 14 1/4. Signed lower left; titled verso. $3,500.

This is a study for A Sandstorm on the Little Colorado River, Arizona. 1920. Soft-ground etching. Seeber 189. 6 7/8 x 9 3/4 (sheet 9 5/8 x 13). Edition 40, #6. Series: Desert Set. Illustrated: American Etchers: George Elbert Burr; McCauley, "George Elbert Burr's Etchings of the Desert; " International Studio 83 (March 1922). Printed in grey-brown ink on cream wove paper. Mat line, toning in the margins; otherwise good condition. Signed, titled, numbered, and annotated 'del et imp' in pencil, indicating a proof etching and printed by the artist. $1,000.

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George Elbert Burr worked as an illustrator for several New York magazines: Harper's, Cosmopolitan, and Frank Leslie's Weekly Newspaper. His work for Leslie's allowed him to travel coast to coast in America, indulging his passion for landscapes. Burr set out on a European journey in 1896, and traveled for almost five years. After his travels, Burr moved to Colorado and later Arizona, and made prints depicting the monumental deserts and mountains of the American Southwest.

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Additional works by George Elbert Burr are available on the Allinson Gallery, Inc. website.