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After PIETER BRUEGEL, the Elder Eindhoven c. 1525 - 1569 Brussels The Last Judgment. Engraving after Bruegel by Pieter van der Heyden; 1558. New Hollstein 8, the first of two states, before the later address of Mariette. Published by Hieronymus Cock. A very fine impression; trimmed on and just outside the platemark all around. A tiny loss just above Bruegel’s name lower left and two very short printer’s creases in the text; the surfaces otherwise very fresh. 228 x 296 mm
THOMAS FRYE Dublin 1710 - 1762 London [Fashionable Woman wearing a lace necklet]. From “Ladies, very elegantly attired in the fashion, and in the most agreeable attitudes.” Woman, directed towards, face in profile to the left… Mezzotint; 1761. Chaloner Smith 23, only state. A brilliant impression in very fine condition, with narrow margins; laid onto a support sheet. 503 x 348 mm
PAUL GAUGUIN Paris 1848 - 1903 Atuona, Marquesas Islands Manao Tupapau [Elle pense au revenant. ¬¬– ¬ L’Esprit des Morts veille] {Watched by the Spirits of the Dead}. Lithograph on stone, the stone executed in pen, crayon and wash; 1894. Signed in the image with the artist’s monogram, and by the artist in pen below right on the support sheet. Published in an edition of 100 by André Marty in L’Estampe Originale, part VI, April to June 1894. With the embossed blind stamp of the publication in the lower right corner. Mongan, Kornfeld & Joachim 23, only state. An extremely fine impression in fine, fresh condition. The authors cite only thirty impressions; our impression was unknown to them. 180 x 270 mm
JOAN MIRÓ Barcelona 1893 - 1983 Palma de Mallorca Aidez L’Espagne (Help Spain). Pochoir in colors; 1937. Cramer books IV, Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona. Signed in pencil lower left: Miró and annotated H.C. (hors commerce). One of the extremely rare signed impressions of this pochoir published in Cahiers d’art 1937. Miró gave these signed impressions to friends and the staff of Cahiers d’art. 318 x 247 mm

Hill-Stone, Inc.

Founded more than forty years ago,  the gallery moved to New York in 1980 and relocated to South Dartmouth, in 2013. Subsequently,  we receive by appointment in South Dartmouth in Massachusetts.

The gallery is a current  member of: CSEDT, CINOA, IFPDA, Private Art Dealers Association

Participation in Contemporary Art Fairs:

Fine Art Print Fair, New York, October
The Winter Show, New York, January
Masterpiece, London, July

Previous Fairs:

Salon du Dessin, Paris / May International Fine Art Fair, New York / Works on Paper, New York / London Original Print Fair, London / Master Drawings, New York / Master Drawings, London / London Art Week

We also publish catalogues about prints and drawings.