I have an original F.O.C Darley pen and ink drawing Titled - "The Discovery Dance". It is an indian dance scene. I am trying to find out the value of this drawing. I have had it conservation cleaned and reframed. I believe it is a one of a kind as most F.O.C Darley drawing.
F. O. C. Darley
I have a print of Barnaby Ridge, possibly an Aquavelle Edition. Intersted in knowing the value
foc darley print 1887
this darley print is 18"by20" in the original frame and glass of a young lady and man in a forest scene with a turnstyle gate . this print belonged to my husbands grandfather and came to us through the family. i am interested in knowing the name of the print and also the value. it is signed foc.darley 1887 and copyrighted porter and coates 1888
Shakspere plays- F. Darley illustrations
Inquiring is anyone if familiar with illustrations of Shakespere plays done by Felix Darley? We have some in an oak box with a brass plate. Reads on brass plate "Shaksphere 1564-1616 Darley 1822-1888" Romeo and Juliet. As you like it, A mid Summer Night"s Dream are some of the Shakspere writtings.Illustrations are signed FOC Darley. Pictures on requeat is any one would like to see some. Nelson
Arthur H. Mitchell
Darley - Bear Attack
TO: Mark Tomasko - I only JUST discovered your posting today (8-8-06). This is very important information for me. I can send you a photograph via email of this pen and ink drawing to confirm it is the prototype for the bank note. Please contact me!
The drawing you describe matches a bank note engraving I have. In all probability the drawing was done for the bank note company.
Arthur H. Mitchell
Original Pen& Ink - Bear Attack
I own a beautiful original pen & ink drawing approx. 12" x 24" of a black bear holding down one frontiersman (holding a musket) over a campfire facing- off/sarling at a stanidng frontiersman with knife raised. Also 3 hounds are attacking the bear. Said to be an illustration from a book on Daniel Boone - but I have no proof of this. nevertheless - it is likely an original for a book illustration - sound familiar to anyone? - A. Mitchell, Fairfax, Virginia
Illustrator Hall of Fame
F.O.C. Darley was inducted into The Illustrator's Hall of Fame in June 2001. One of Victorian America's most famous illustrators was not recognized by his peer's, until recently.
Darley original wood block (not print)
Trying to research the block I have. To whom would I turn to for info on it and value. Thanks!
I'm seeking information regarding the following:
"The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" illustrated by Darley for the American Art Union (1849/50)
Where might I acquire a copy and it's current pricing.