Can't get to Central Park? Bring Central Park to you! Paula Eliasoph's "Tree in Central Park" 1930, drypoint etching will be a magnificent addition to your collection. Paula Eliasoph (1895-1983) was an American painter, printmaker, and writer. The cross hatching in this drypoint etching exemplifies the "rhythm / stroke / counter stroking" that Childe Hassam taught her in the years they had adjoining studios. Eliasoph, a Life Honorary Member Art Students League, is the grandmother of Philip Eliasoph, an American art historian, critic, curator, professor at Fairfield University and beloved friend of Pequot Library.
Tree in Central Park, 1930, drypoint etching, signed in plate, unframed.