Arthur Burdett Frost (1851-1928) Set of Shooting Pictures chromolithographs, 12 1/2 by 19 in. each inscribed "A.B. Frost" in plate published by Charles Scribner's Sons The Old Print Shop, New York, NY label on back of each each titled on mat
"Summer Woodcock" "Rail Shooting" "Duck Shooting from a Blind" "Prairie Chickens" "Rabbit Shooting" "Quail-A Dead Stand" "English Snipe" "Autumn Woodcock" "Bay Snipe" "Quail-A Covey Rise" "Duck Shooting from a Battery" "Autumn Grouse"
Frost is well known for his numerous drawings that appeared in "Harper's Weekly" and for the accurate detail in his works. The use of the lighter, French style of chromolithography gives the prints the warmth and richness of the original watercolors.
Provenance: Private Collection, Illinois
Literature: A.B. Frost, "Shooting Pictures," New York, NY, 1895.
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