We offer framed and unframed, trout salmon antique lithographs by Sherman Denton. We also have rare engravings by Eliezer Bloch. Species of trout and salmon including: Lake, brown, brook, rainbow, and land locked salmon. Great décor for the sports fisherman. Genuine and over 100 years old, our antique fish prints are timeless. Live with antiques and preserve a part of history.
Sherman’s father was a naturalist and geologist. He had taken Sherman at age 15, and in the 1880’s to Australia, New Zealand and New Guinea, where he collected natural history specimens. During this time, he managed to gather the largest collection of freshwater pearls in the United States. Read more.
Sherman Foote Denton was hired by the State of NY Fisheries, Game and Forest Commission. From 1895-1909, he provided watercolor illustrations, for the approximately 100 chromolithographs of North American species of fish published in books and portfolios.
Anne Hall Antique Prints only sells art which published over 100 years ago. The prints are in the form of antique lithographs and hand-colored engravings. She has a large selection of original plates of trout and salmon, by Sherman Foote Denton and Eliezer Bloch.
Eliezer Bloch FishWerks: 18th Century Engravings of Salmon & Trout
Bloch Fish engravings. These old prints were published by Eliezer Bloch. Coming from Eliezer Bloch’s rare book on fish entitled Fishwerks in English. Produced c.1730, they are hand water-colored copper-plate engravings, on hand-made hand-laid rag paper. Species or trout and salmon, include ocean, lake, river and stream salmon-trout. Sizes vary a little, but just about 10 x 13 1/2.” Click here to contact us. Or pick up the phone the old-fashioned way by calling 413-245-4197 to place your order.
Set of Nine Framed, Sherman Foote Denton, Trout Salmon Antique Lithographs
Antique trout salmon antique lithographs are technically chromolithographs. Sherman Foote Denton’s work published New York 1895-1909. Revered art by the trout & sports fisherman. Each piece is a framed, antique chromolithograph, over 100 years old. The process is an obsolete craft from the 19th century. Each and every color seen was printed from an individual key-stoned limestone plate. The artwork is that of Sherman Denton, which was published in New York from 1895-1909 while Denton was employed for the State of New York Fisheries, Game and Forest Commission providing the water-color illustrations for 100 chromolithographs of native species of American fish (& wildlife) which set the standard of fish illustration.
The artwork has been professionally framed using archival materials. Ready to hang in a sports fisherman’s office or home. Double rag matting has a hint of cream. 99% UV blocking glass. Backed with archival foam. Framed in beautiful fruitwood burl picture frame molding. Each piece measures 14″ high x 18″ wide. Free Shipping in the continental US. Call Anne the old fashioned way to receive personal service at 413-245-4197.
Read this to learn more about Sherman Foote Denton.
Sherman Denton was born in Wellesley, Massachusetts which today is complete with Denton Street in honor of his work and home from 1856 through 1937.
Sherman’s father was a naturalist and geologist. He had taken Sherman at age 15 and in the 1880’s to Australia, New Zealand and New Guinea, where he collected natural history specimens. During this time he managed to gather the largest collection of freshwater pearls in the United States.
Upon returning to America as a young man Sherman Denton landed a position working for the “Forest, Fish and Game Commission of the State of New York” and stayed from 1895-1909. Denton provided the incredible lifelike water-colored illustrations for over 100 chromolithograph’s, which is exactly what you are looking at for sale here. One of the original chromolithographs published more than 100 years ago.
During this time he developed & patented a method for mounting fish without them losing their natural colors. Denton set the standard for natural history fish illustrations.
Denton became the leading artist of fish models for collectors and museums such as the Smithsonian Institute, the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, and the Louis Agassi’s Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University.
Thrill a sports fisherman, with a set of six, of framed Trout Salmon Antique Lithographs, by Sherman Foote Denton.
Give a gift they will love! Circa 1900, Sherman Denton was hired by the New York Fish and Game Commission to illustrate North American species of fish. Considered to be the best of his work are his Trout Salmon antique lithographs. Framed with archival materials including rag and UV glass. The picture frames are a lovey fruitwood burl. Each piece measures 18 wide x 14″ high. With a little lead time I would be happy to frame your choice of fish like these.
Sherman Foote Denton 19th Century Traveler & Artist
During the 1880’s, Denton and his brothers accompanied their father, a geologist, on expeditions to Australia, New Zealand and New Guinea where he collected natural history specimens. Upon his return, Denton worked as an artist for the US Fish & Game Commission at the Smithsonian Institute, where he illustrated their annual reports and also developed and patented a method for mounting fish without them losing their natural colors. He became the leading maker of the Field Museum in Chicago and the Agassiz Museum at Harvard.
Denton was hired by the State of NY Fisheries, Game and Forest Commission to illustrate their annual reports, providing the watercolor illustrations for approximately 100 chromolithographs of fish of North America. Denton’s superb drawings vividly illustrated the appearance of live fish. Denton set the standard for all natural history fish illustrations. Perfect art for a sports fisherman. See additional kinds of fish.
c.1900 Trout Salmon Antique Lithographs: Sherman Denton New York Fish and Game Commission
Sherman Denton was hired c.1895 by the State of New York, Fish and Game Commission, to illustrate North American species of salmon-trout. Denton came from Wellesley, Massachusetts. Delightful to both a sports fisherman and chef alike. Each piece is about 120 years old. Dimensions are 9 1/2 x 12″. Mint condition and striking colors. Click here to contact us.
Collection of Unframed Denton Trout Salmon Antique Lithographs
The beautiful Framed Trout Salmon Antique Lithographs by Sherman Denton were published by the State of New York Fish and Game Commission c.1900. Used as illustrated documents in a sort of encyclopedia of the native species of fish found in America. (I will happily frame these with honey burl for an additional $150. per piece).
Denton Trout Salmon Antique Lithographs: Framed pieces from a Rhode Island sports fisherman.
These trout salmon antique lithographs are old chromolithographs by Sherman Denton. They published New York c.1900. Sourced from reports published by the New York Fish and Game Commission. Issued yearly in books. Offered at a special low price, they come from a collection of a Rhode Island fisherman, wanting to sell his collection. There is some wear to the frames, so please inspect with care. The fish prints themselves are worth $165. each.
Trout Salmon Antique Lithographs: Sherman Denton Framed in Walnut Burl.
These are genuine antique chromolithographs of trout salmon. They were published c.1900 by the New York Fish and Game Commission. They are framed in high end double rag mats and under UV glass in dark walnut burl veneer, a solid wood frame. Click here to contact us. or call us at 413-245-4197.
The 19th Century Art of Chromolithography Briefly Explained
Chromolithography briefly explained. Each and every color was applied within individual lime stone plate. A certain kind of lime stone from a particular part of Germany. It had the correct porosity to make a lithograph. Each plate was prepared in a special process for each and every color that was applied. It took a tremendous amount of talent, and craftsmanship. Superior registration by the lithographer was imperative for the final artwork rendering to be realistic.
Trout-Salmon Antique Lithographs and Engravings
Assorted antique trout-salmon prints of fish from the ocean, freshwater lakes and rivers. We have a large collection of Sherman Foote Denton’s antique fish prints at Anne Hall Antique Prints. Denton was hired circa 1900 by the New York Fish & Game Commission even though he was from Wellesley, Massachusetts. His job was to illustrate North American species of fish.
Species of lake trout, brown trout, brook trout, rainbow trout & salmon, land locked salmon, and steelhead salmon. All of these old engravings and lithographs date to 1905 or earlier. These old prints are the perfect artwork for a den, camp or kitchen.
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