"A Mountaineer's Cabin in the Great Smoky Mts., NC" print
Scope and Contents
The collection consists of one dry-point 10.5" x 12" print titled "A Mountaineer's Cabin in the Great Smoky Mts., NC" and signed by the artist, Harrison Cady. The print depicts a mountain farmer, his pipe-smoking wife, and his four children. The family are surrounded by farm animals in the front of a cabin with mountains rising in the background.
The print is 1 of 100 and signed by the author. It was printed in New York, 1930.
The materials are in English.
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Walter Harrison Cady (1877-1970) was an American illustrator from Gardner, Massachusetts. Although best known for his work in the "Peter Rabbit" comic strip, Cady spent time in the Great Smoky Mountains and depicted the area and its people in several etchings. In an interview for American Prize Prints of the Twentieth Century (1949) Cady expressed "a great deal of interest in the mountaineers and in their simple ways of life; as well as in the mountains, the untouched forests, and the rushing mountain streams among which they live."
1.5 Linear Feet (1 oversize folder)
- "A Mountaineer's Cabin in the Great Smoky Mts., NC" print
- March 2023
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