Frederick Garrison Hall (1879 - 1946)
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Hall was an architect by training. He launched his career as an etcher with a number of pastoral scenes beginning in 1918, following studies under William Paxton and Henri Royer. Through the 1920s, Hall produced a number of compelling works depicting notable American and European buildings and settings. He lived and worked in Boston and Gloucester, Massachusetts and was a member of numerous professional societies. His work is represented in the collections of many leading museums and institutions here and abroad.
By The Pond
Etching, 1921, edition not stated. stylized initials in the plate. Image size 4-3/4” x 7¼”; sheet size 5-5/8" x 9”. Published by The Print Connoisseur, Volume I Number 3, March 1921. Fine condition; matted with archival materials.
Etching, ca. 1917; edition of 50. Image size 8¼" x 7"; sheet size 10" x 8½". Signed "F. G. Hall" in pencil in lower right-hand margin. A very good impression. Hall No. 4