Charles Locke (1899 - 1993)
Locke, an accomplished painter and printmaker, was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He studied at the Ohio Mechanics Institute (later the Cincinnati Art Academy), and at the Art Students League of New York under Joseph Pennell. He traveled to Europe and studied in Paris. Locke taught lithography at the Art Students League for a number of years. He was the recipient of numerous awards and prizes, and his work is held by many major institutions including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Phillips Collection, The British Museum, and the Corcoran Gallery. Locke died at Garrison, New York.
McCosh Walk, Princeton University
Lithograph, 1943, edition of 200. Image size 12” x 8”; sheet size 19” x 12½”. Published by the Princeton Print Club for its members. Very good condition; tape remnants in the upper corners.
Lithograph, 1932; edition of 30. Image size 11” x 10-1/8”; sheet size 17¼” x 12-3/8”. Inscribed "30 prints" and signed in pencil by the artist in the lower margin. Very good.