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Portrait painter, Historical-scenes painter, Naval painter, Etcher, Mezzotintokünstler, Lithographer, b. 1833 - d. 1918

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        • Pair of Antique Etchings of U.S. Founding Fathers by Max Rosenthal (1833-1918)
          Jun. 06, 2024

          Pair of Antique Etchings of U.S. Founding Fathers by Max Rosenthal (1833-1918)

          Est: $60 - $120

          A pair of unframed 19th century etchings by Polish-American artist Max Rosenthal (1833-1918) of U.S. Founding Fathers, including John Rutledge (1739-1800) and Oliver Ellsworth (1745-1807), both also serving as U.S. Chief Justice. Each hand signed in pencil, measuring 8 7/8" x 11 3/4". *notes - some wear, crease at right corner of John Rutledge etching

          Embassy Auctions International
        • MAX ROSENTHAL (AMERICAN, 1833-1918) AFTER GILBERT STUART, GEORGE WASHINGTON, 1904, ALONG WITH ANOTHER WASHINGTON PRINT AFTER STUART, Sheet: 24 x 19 in. (61 x 48.3 cm.), Smaller print: 17 x 14 in. (43.2 x 35.6 cm.)
          Feb. 13, 2024

          MAX ROSENTHAL (AMERICAN, 1833-1918) AFTER GILBERT STUART, GEORGE WASHINGTON, 1904, ALONG WITH ANOTHER WASHINGTON PRINT AFTER STUART, Sheet: 24 x 19 in. (61 x 48.3 cm.), Smaller print: 17 x 14 in. (43.2 x 35.6 cm.)

          Est: $25 - $50

          MAX ROSENTHAL (AMERICAN, 1833-1918) AFTER GILBERT STUART GEORGE WASHINGTON, 1904, ALONG WITH ANOTHER WASHINGTON PRINT AFTER STUART Lower right signed in graphite: Max Rosenthal (2)

          Potomack Company
        • MAX ROSENTHAL (AMERICAN, 1833-1918) AFTER GILBERT STUART, GEORGE WASHINGTON, 1904, ALONG WITH ANOTHER WASHINGTON PRINT AFTER STUART, Sheet: 24 x 19 in. (61 x 48.3 cm.), Smaller print: 17 x 14 in. (43.2 x 35.6 cm.)
          Dec. 07, 2023

          MAX ROSENTHAL (AMERICAN, 1833-1918) AFTER GILBERT STUART, GEORGE WASHINGTON, 1904, ALONG WITH ANOTHER WASHINGTON PRINT AFTER STUART, Sheet: 24 x 19 in. (61 x 48.3 cm.), Smaller print: 17 x 14 in. (43.2 x 35.6 cm.)

          Est: $50 - $100

          MAX ROSENTHAL (AMERICAN, 1833-1918) AFTER GILBERT STUART GEORGE WASHINGTON, 1904, ALONG WITH ANOTHER WASHINGTON PRINT AFTER STUART Lower right signed in graphite: Max Rosenthal (2)

          Potomack Company
        • Pair of Antique Etchings of U.S. Founding Fathers by Max Rosenthal (1833-1918)
          Oct. 19, 2023

          Pair of Antique Etchings of U.S. Founding Fathers by Max Rosenthal (1833-1918)

          Est: $125 - $225

          A pair of unframed 19th century etchings by Polish-American artist Max Rosenthal (1833-1918) of U.S. Founding Fathers, including John Rutledge (1739-1800) and Oliver Ellsworth (1745-1807), both also serving as U.S. Chief Justice. Each hand signed in pencil, measuring 8 7/8" x 11 3/4". *notes - some wear, crease at right corner of John Rutledge etching

          Embassy Auctions International
        • Two Max Rosenthal Prints of Historical Figures
          Apr. 28, 2023

          Two Max Rosenthal Prints of Historical Figures

          Est: $150 - $250

          (American, 1833-1918) one of Roger B. Torrey, one published by William J. Campbell, Philadelphia. Overall: 15-3/4"h x 13-1/2"w and 30-1/4"h x 24-1/2"w Sight: 8-1/4"h x 6-1/2"w and 22"h x 16-1/2"w

          Nye & Company
        • Two Max Rosenthal Prints of Historical Figures
          Jan. 27, 2023

          Two Max Rosenthal Prints of Historical Figures

          Est: $150 - $250

          (American, 1833-1918) one of Roger B. Torrey, one published by William J. Campbell, Philadelphia. Overall: 15-3/4"h x 13-1/2"w and 30-1/4"h x 24-1/2"w Sight: 8-1/4"h x 6-1/2"w and 22"h x 16-1/2"w

          Nye & Company
        • Zwei Porzellanfiguren "Lachender Hase" - Rosenthal, Porzellan, stellenweise rot bemalt, Entwurf: Max
          Mar. 19, 2022

          Zwei Porzellanfiguren "Lachender Hase" - Rosenthal, Porzellan, stellenweise rot bemalt, Entwurf: Max

          Est: €50 - €150

          Zwei Porzellanfiguren "Lachender Hase" - Rosenthal, Porzellan, stellenweise rot bemalt, Entwurf: Max Hermann Fritz, jeweils grüne Manufakturmarke "Rosenthal Bahnhof Selb Germany" (1943-1952) / "Rosenthal Germany" (1957-1961), H.ca.13/5cm

          Auktionshaus Blank
        • MAX ROSENTHAL ENGRAVING OF DANIEL HUGER
          Jan. 28, 2022

          MAX ROSENTHAL ENGRAVING OF DANIEL HUGER

          Est: $200 - $300

          Engraving by Max Rosenthal (1833-1918), 1885. Uncolored. 4" x 6", with margin extending to 10" by 15", Large Die sunk Proof Impression, Choice Mint. A handsome portrait of the eminent South Carolinian. A Superb impression.

          Raynor's Historical Collectible Auctions
        • A collection of archival material from Max Rosenthal (1833-1913) and Albert Rosenthal (1863-1939), early 20th century
          Oct. 28, 2020

          A collection of archival material from Max Rosenthal (1833-1913) and Albert Rosenthal (1863-1939), early 20th century

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          A collection of archival material from Max Rosenthal (1833-1913) and Albert Rosenthal (1863-1939) early 20th century Comprising a drawing of George Washington by Max Rosenthal, signed, l.r., marked "H8", l.l., with unfinished drawing verso, inscribed "Study by Rosenthal for Engraving in Mezzotint", pencil on card, together with accompanying note explaining that the drawing is after an engraving by Chas. S. Ogden after Chas. Wm. Peale with a reproduction of the Ogden print; two lithographs by Albert Rosenthal: Gilbert Stuart, after the portrait by John Neagle, dated 1924, signed in pencil, l.l., and Samuel F.B. Morse, copyright 1921, signed and numbered in pencil, "No. 63", l.r.; three small books/catalogue: "Max Rosenthal: Lithographer, Painter, Designer, Etcher and Engraver in Mezzotint", Albert Rosenthal, reprint from The Print Connoisseur, privately printed, New York, 1921, inscribed "To Brooklyn Museum/Albert Rosenthal/ 2/15/22", "Albert Rosenthal: Painter, Lithographer, Etcher", reprint from The Print Connoisseur, privately printed, Philadelphia, 1929, signed "Albert Rosenthal/ April 11/'34" and "Jane Perkins", with signed photograph of Rosenthal, "List of Portrait Lithographs - Etchings Mezzotints by Max Rosenthal and Albert Rosenthal", privately printed, Philadelphia, 1923, with annotations by Albert Rosenthal; and seven hand-written letters with envelopes from Albert Rosenthal to P.D. Perkins, S. Pasadena, CA, 1934-1935. 26 in. x 20 in. (largest, Samuel F.B. Morse lithograph)

          Freeman's
        • MAX FRITZ ROSENTHAL PORCELAIN BOY w TERRIER FIGURE
          Jun. 08, 2019

          MAX FRITZ ROSENTHAL PORCELAIN BOY w TERRIER FIGURE

          Est: $40 - $60

          Max Hermann Fritz Rosenthal porcelain figurine depicting a boy with fox terrier dog. Marked and impressed MH Fritz to underside. Measures 6" (15.2cm) height.

          Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery
        • MAX FRITZ ROSENTHAL PORCELAIN BOY w DOG FIGURINE
          Jun. 08, 2019

          MAX FRITZ ROSENTHAL PORCELAIN BOY w DOG FIGURINE

          Est: $60 - $80

          Max Hermann Fritz Rosenthal porcelain figure depicting a putto with Borzoi dog. Impressed MF to top of base. Marked to underside. Measures 8" (20.3cm) length.

          Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery
        • Max Rosenthal (1833-1918), profile portrait of Alexander Hamilton, copyrighted "1905"
          Apr. 24, 2019

          Max Rosenthal (1833-1918), profile portrait of Alexander Hamilton, copyrighted "1905"

          Est: $100 - $150

          Max Rosenthal (1833-1918) profile portrait of Alexander Hamilton, copyrighted "1905" Engraving, signed "Max Rosenthal", lower right, framed.

          Freeman's
        • Max Rosenthal Etching of Abraham Lincoln
          Jun. 08, 2018

          Max Rosenthal Etching of Abraham Lincoln

          Est: $100 - $200

          An etching of Abraham Lincoln by Max Rosenthal, 1908. Contained in an antique oak frame. Frame opening: 29-1/2 in x 23 in.

          Briggs Auction, Inc.
        • c. 1900 General George Washington Engraved Plate Proof Print by Max Rosenthal
          Feb. 10, 2018

          c. 1900 General George Washington Engraved Plate Proof Print by Max Rosenthal

          Est: $800 - $1,000

          Washington Related Max Rosenthal Trial Plate Proof After Charles Willson Peale's Historic Painting of George Washington c. 1900 Max Rosenthal Engraved Plate Proof Trial Print, General George Washington, after the original Charles Willson Peale Painting of Washington, Philadelphia, Choice Extremely Fine. Max Rosenthal (1833-1918) was a Polish-American Painter, Lithographer, Draftsman and Etcher. He was a member of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and one of the founders of the Sketch Club. This fine quality Engraved Plate Proof measures 9" x 5.75" (image) on a 15.75" x 12" sheet of period wove art paper. Lightly toned in margins, overall excellent for display. Noted in text on the plate: "Twenty sets in four states of this plate printed and Subscribed for by..." Depicts General George Washington holding his sword in battle, an American Flag being held behind him. Below the image is a printed listing of his 20 initial Subscribers for this decorative plate, and "No. 20" (version) written in pencil just below. This Proof being after "GEORGE WASHINGTON AFTER THE BATTLE OF PRINCETON" by Charles Willson Peale, American, (1741-1827) Paited in 1783, Commissioned by the College of New Jersey for Nassau Hall, Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey. While differing in composition from "George Washington at the Battle of Princeton," significant similarities remain. Peale unveiled this work in person during commencement at the College of New Jersey on September 29, 1784. Max Rosenthal (born in Turck, Kingdom of Poland, November 23rd, 1833; died August 8th, 1918) was a Polish-American painter, lithographer, draftsman and etcher. In 1847 he went to Paris, where he studied lithography, drawing, and painting with M. Thurwanger, with whom he came to Philadelphia in 1849, and completed his studies. He made the chromolithographic plates for what is believed to be the first fully illustrated book by this process in the United States, "Wild Scenes and Wild Hunters." In 1854 he drew and lithographed an interior view of the old Masonic temple in Philadelphia, the plate being 22 by 25 inches, the largest chromolithograph that had been made in the country up to that time. He designed and executed the illustrations for various works, and during the Civil War followed the Army of the Potomac, and drew every camp, up to the Battle of Gettysburg. These drawings he reproduced at the time. Up to 1884 he did miscellaneous works, including about 200 lithographs of distinguished Americans.

          Early American History Auctions
        • Thomas Jefferson Mezzotint
          Jun. 03, 2017

          Thomas Jefferson Mezzotint

          Est: $200 - $300

          Thomas Jefferson. Max Rosenthal (1833-1918). Mezzotint. Philadelphia: William J. Campbell, 1905. 18 1/2 x 16 1/4 inches sheet, 25 x 22 1/4 inches framed

          Arader Galleries
        • Max Rosenthal (Pennsylvania, 1833-1918)
          Feb. 11, 2017

          Max Rosenthal (Pennsylvania, 1833-1918)

          Est: $100 - $200

          DESCRIPTION: Max Rosenthal (Pennsylvania, 1833-1918). Two artworks including sketch and etching on paper. Includes: 1) Sketch of a sculptor chiseling a bust. Signed lower right. In wood frame with mat. 18" x 13-1/4". Overall with frame and mat 27-1/2" x 22". 2) Lithograph of a woman reading a book. Signed lower right. In wood frame with mat. 22" x 16". Overall with frame and mat 28-1/2" x 22". MEASUREMENTS: See Description. CONDITION: Minor wear to frames. Paper with toning.

          Cordier Auctions & Appraisals
        • Max Rosenthal (Pennsylvania, 1833-1918)
          Feb. 11, 2017

          Max Rosenthal (Pennsylvania, 1833-1918)

          Est: $100 - $200

          DESCRIPTION: Max Rosenthal (Pennsylvania, 1833-1918). Three etchings on paper. Includes: 1) Napoleon. Marked on lower right "Max Rosenthal". Marked on lower left "Isabey, Pinx.". 5-1/8" diameter. Overall with frame and mat 9-1/2" x 9-1/2". 2) Parlor with image of President George Washington above the mantle. Marked "Max Rosenthal 1908" on left and signed in pencil to lower right. 7-3/4" x 5-1/4". Overall with frame and mat 13-1/4" x 9-1/4". 3) Portrait of the artist Edward Savage as noted verso. Marked "Copyright 1899 by Max Rosenthal". Marked in pencil "No. 24". Noted under image of twenty-five sets in four states printed for subscription. 6-5/8" x 4-3/4". Overall with frame and mat 10-3/4" x 8-7/8". Max Rosenthal was active/lived in Pennsylvania. Max Rosenthal is known for portrait, historical, and ship images. MEASUREMENTS: See Description. CONDITION: Minor wear to frames. Paper with toning.

          Cordier Auctions & Appraisals
        • Max Rosenthal, After Gilbert Stuart Major General Henry Knox oil on canvas sight: 48 3/8 x 38 ½ in. (122 x 98 cm.)
          Jan. 19, 2017

          Max Rosenthal, After Gilbert Stuart Major General Henry Knox oil on canvas sight: 48 3/8 x 38 ½ in. (122 x 98 cm.)

          Est: $5,000 - $10,000

          MAX ROSENTHAL, AFTER GILBERT STUART (1833-1918) Major General Henry Knox oil on canvas sight: 48¡ x 38.5 in. (122 x 98 cm.)

          Christie's
        • Max Rosenthal (Penna. 1833-1918)
          Jan. 01, 2016

          Max Rosenthal (Penna. 1833-1918)

          Est: $300 - $400

          Max Rosenthal (Penna. 1833-1918),"George Washington", mezzotint proof, artist signed. 15 1/2" x 12 3/4" overall. Slightly foxed, crease top right corner.

          Copake Auction Inc.
        • Max Rosenthal (Penna. 1833-1918)
          Nov. 21, 2015

          Max Rosenthal (Penna. 1833-1918)

          Est: $50 - $100

          Max Rosenthal (Penna. 1833-1918), "Daniel Webster", "Copyright Max Rosenthal Published By William J. Campbell, Philadelphia 1897", also pencil signed and marked "No. 41-WgC.". Sight 22" x 17 1/2".

          Copake Auction Inc.
        • Max Rosenthal. Portrait of a Lady, watercolor
          Oct. 03, 2015

          Max Rosenthal. Portrait of a Lady, watercolor

          Est: $300 - $500

          (American, 1833-1918). Portrait of a Lady with a Fan, watercolor on paper, signed and dated "Max Rosenthal 1886" lr, sight size: 16 x 12 1/2 in., framed

          Alex Cooper
        • Exceptional George Washington Mezzotint Proof Artist Signed by Max Rosenthal
          Aug. 29, 2015

          Exceptional George Washington Mezzotint Proof Artist Signed by Max Rosenthal

          Est: $600 - $900

          Washington Related Exceptional George Washington Mezzotint Proof Portrait Artist Signed by “Max Rosenthal” of Boston c. 1880, Mezzotint Proof Portrait, George Washington, Artist Signed by “Max Rosenthal,” of Boston Pre-Publication, Choice Crisp Near Mint. Limited Edition Pre-Publication “Proof” Portrait of a young George Washington and we can see on the internet that they are right. This fine and elegant portrait of George Washington was created in mezzotint by the noted engraver Max Rosenthal (1833-1918) after the famous painting by Charles Wilson Peale. Rosenthal became a leading engraver of famous historical scenes and more than 150 portraits of eminent American and British individuals. The Portrait measures about 12” x 9 3/8” plus has original, fully wide ample margins. It has a remarque etched portrait of C.W. Peale in the lower left margin and it is numbered No. 75 and Signed in pencil “Max Rosenthal.” It is printed on chine applique and mounted on a fine quality sheet of heavy wove print paper. The backing sheet shows some minor discoloration, largely visible on the reverse and not affecting the image. Note: We located a later print, off this same plate, from an image on Google, but that impression is different and must have been produced later, as it has a printed title, and the publication date is 1895. The impression we are offering must be an original “Proof” produced before titles were added. Also, our current impression is Pencil Signed as we have noted, whereas the impression we saw with printed title is not pencil signed. Rosenthal apparently retired from his engraving career in 1884.

          Early American History Auctions
        • GEORGE WASHINGTON CHROMO-LITHOGRAPH
          Feb. 11, 2015

          GEORGE WASHINGTON CHROMO-LITHOGRAPH

          Est: $200 - $300

          GEORGE WASHINGTON CHROMO-LITHOGRAPH MAX ROSENTHAL (1833-1918) American artist and lithographer, made the chromo-lithographic plates for what is believed to be the first book in the U.S. illustrated by this process. 1903 chromo-lithograph of George Washington (after Trumbull), 14 1/2" x 24" (sight), one of 15 done in color and signed by Rosenthal at bottom. Set in a period frame. Slight surface mold at rear of horse, else very good.

          Alexander Historical Auctions LLC
        • GEORGE WASHINGTOM MEZZOTINT
          Sep. 11, 2013

          GEORGE WASHINGTOM MEZZOTINT

          Est: $100 - $150

          GEORGE WASHINGTOM MEZZOTINT Copperplate mezzotint printed from a cancelled plate, image size 7" x 9", from a set originally limited to 25. The lithographer was MAX ROSENTHAL (1833-1918), already well known for his mezzotint portraits. Fine.

          Alexander Historical Auctions LLC
        • MAX ROSENTHAL (1833-1918) "With Malice Toward None, Wit
          Sep. 12, 2012

          MAX ROSENTHAL (1833-1918) "With Malice Toward None, Wit

          Est: $300 - $400

          MAX ROSENTHAL (1833-1918) "With Malice Toward None, With Charity for All", President Abraham Lincoln, 1908 Etching 100-1/4 x 79-3/4 inches (254.8 x 202.4 cm)

          Heritage Auctions
        • Max Rosenthal, Young Couple, Print
          Jul. 31, 2010

          Max Rosenthal, Young Couple, Print

          Est: $300 - $500

          Max Rosenthal (American, 1833-1918), young couple, print, signed lower right and dated "1885", 14" x 10", 27 1/2" x 22" in oak frame. Good condition.

          Kaminski Auctions
        • Max Rosenthal, Young Couple, Print
          Jul. 31, 2010

          Max Rosenthal, Young Couple, Print

          Est: $300 - $500

          Max Rosenthal (American, 1833-1918), young couple, print, signed lower right and dated "1885", 14" x 10", 27 1/2" x 22" in oak frame. Good condition.

          Kaminski Auctions
        • max rosenthal (1833-1918) grand lodge room
          Apr. 14, 2008

          max rosenthal (1833-1918) grand lodge room

          Est: $500 - $800

          max rosenthal (1833-1918) grand lodge room of the new masonic hall, chestnut street philadelphia Chromolithograph on paper laid down on board . 24 5/8 x 29 in. PROVENANCE: Peter L. L. Strickland, Claxton, Georgia

          Freeman's
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