LYMAN BYXBE Etching, 907 and 908
LYMAN BYXBE Etching, 907 and 908 LYMAN BYXBE Etching, 907 and 908 LYMAN BYXBE Etching, 907 and 908 LYMAN BYXBE Etching, 907 and 908

LYMAN BYXBE Etching, 907 and 908

Ref: T-30-0085
(American, 1886-1980)

A charming image of a small shack numbered 907 and a doghouse numbered 908. It was likely located in Estes Park, Colorado. Signed and titled: (lower left) 907 and 908 and (lower right) Lyman Bxybe. Note: matted, unframed.

Originally from Illinois, in 1922 Byxbe began making annual summer trips to Estes Park, Colorado. In 1930, he established a studio there, selling etchings of landscapes  and resident's cabins for Christmas cards. He achieved national success for his work and had a one man show at the Smithsonian (1937-38). In the late 1930s he moved permanently to Estes Park. He was a member of the Chicago Society of Etchers.

c. 1930
W 13 H 14 in.
Sight: W 2.25 H 3 in.
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