Eric Sloane Prints For Sale

Fine art prints by Eric Sloane, N.A. are a fantastic way to enjoy the magnificent work of Eric Sloane at an affordable price. The Gallery @ Weather Hill offers a variety of prints by Eric Sloane, N.A. We carry unique, often difficult to find prints at very affordable prices. For Sloane collectors, condition is everything. Weather Hill carries prints by Eric Sloane that are in exceptional condition. When we frame an Eric Sloane print or original pen and ink illustration, we always employ acid free materials and rely on UV or conservation glass to help protect the artwork underneath. Everything that we sell is ready to hang in your home and will provide you with many years of joy.

Spring House by Eric Sloane, N.A.  8.75″ tall x 13.25″ wide, 9.75″ tall x 14.25″ wide framed. Uncommon print inscribed and hand signed by Eric in his typical red marker.  In very good condition with acceptable frame.   $75.00.

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Your choice of any one of the illustrations Eric Sloane created for use as lamp shades in a small project begun by his sister, Dorothy Hinrichs. These shades and the lamps to which they were attached were made some time in the 1950s. They probably were carried at Abercrombie & Fitch’s Madison Avenue, New York, store.  The sixth floor of the establishment housed a bookstore an art gallery and a gift shop, Sloane’s sporting themed-work being offered in all three venues. They were definitely carried by “The Crossroad of Sport”, 15 East 54th Street, New York. Their 50 page catalog for 1954-1955 included two paintings by Eric Sloane – “”Lingaur Slopes, Austria – Skiing” for $425.00 and “Trout Fishing – The Smith Bridge Hole, Brandywine, Delaware” for $400.00 – and an entry concerning these lamps on page 47:

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We have several of these illustrations obtained before they were formed into lamp shades. Rigging Out Decoys, Currituck Sound, N.C. by Eric Sloane (shown prior to being affixed and trimmed to a steel lampshade frame, photo prior to the one above and pictured at left as a fully formed lamp, above) is one. These are very uncommon and are not a “standard” print. These were made to be attached to a round metal lampshade frame to become a functioning lampshade for a lamp that included a series of color illustrations of ducks (I believe they were drawn by Dorothy) as part of the lamp base. I’ve only seen one of these lamps in person, and that is in Eric’s recreated studio at The Eric Sloane Museum in Kent, Connecticut. The lampshade in the middle in the photograph above is Hampton Court in Herefordshire, England, birthplace of the Herefordshire cattle breed. The illustration below is of the shade paper prior to being affixed and trimmed on the steel lampshade form:

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Hampton Court (Castle), Herefordshire, England. The Herefordshire breed of cattle hails from this region.
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This charming trout is another shade prior to being mounted on a frame. All of these “shade prints” are on rather large pieces of heavy paper so that they would cover the entire distance around the lampshade frame.
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How about the yacht America?. I wonder what the base was for this lamp….
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Cattle and lampshades must have been popular in the 1950s! Here is one that features “Ancient Ballindallough Castle and Aberdeen Angus Cattle.
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Eric Sloane’s Market Gunning on the Marshes in the 1880s.
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A sailboat race by Eric Sloane.

Each of the above prints are printed on larger “broadside” sheets of heavier paper. I don’t believe that there are many of these left circulating about on the secondary market. Expect minor soiling, creasing, tears, etc., commensurate with age. $75.00 each.

 The Green Door, by Eric Sloane, N.A. Scarce print struck in commemoration of the 1976 United States bicentennial, part of the I Remember America collection of paintings by the artist, which traveled to the former Soviet Union for exhibition.  It measures 22.25″ tall x 25.25″ wide.  The Green Door was purchased directly from the issuing printing firm and is In very good, original condition as it has been stored in a flat file since purchase.  There is some minor soiling and creasing at the extreme edge, definitely out of sight when framed. $175.00.

Promotional poster for Eighty, the last exhibition of Eric’s works while the artist was alive. The opening was Monday, March 4,1985, and Eric died died on the streets of New York City on March the 6th. Eighty is, strictly speaking, not a print issued for commercial sale, but a promotional piece for the exhibition. As such, it is a scarce piece and few have survived in excellent, as issued, condition. Eighty is beautifully designed and features both an iconic Sloane painting coupled with his equally iconic lettering style. Eighty measures 28″ tall x 22″ wide.  In excellent condition, never framed and stored properly. Eighty was received by the consignor as a gift from Eric the night before the opening. $200.00.

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Rigging Out Decoys, Currituck Sound, N.C. by Eric Sloane. 8.5″ tall x 15″ wide, 10.25″ tall x 16.75″ wide framed. Very uncommon print, but not a standard print. Rigging Out Decoys, Currituck Sound, N.C. was created for a lampshade, part of a small series of lampshades that Eric Sloane illustrated for his sister, Dorothy. This particular image was made to be attached to a round metal lampshade frame to become a functioning lampshade for a lamp that included a series of color illustrations of ducks (I believe they were drawn by Dorothy) as part of the lamp base. I’ve only seen one of these lamps in person, and that is in Eric’s recreated studio at The Eric Sloane Museum in Kent, Connecticut

These shades and the lamps to which they were attached were made some time in the 1950s. They probably were carried at Abercrombie & Fitch’s Madison Avenue, New York, store.  The sixth floor of the establishment housed a bookstore an art gallery and a gift shop, Sloane’s sporting themed-work being offered in all three venues. They were definitely carried by “The Crossroad of Sport”, 15 East 54th Street, New York. Their 50 page catalog for 1954-1955 included two paintings by Eric Sloane – “”Lingaur Slopes, Austria – Skiing” for $425.00 and “Trout Fishing – The Smith Bridge Hole, Brandywine, Delaware” for $400.00 – and an entry concerning these lamps on page 47:

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Rigging Out Decoys, Currituck Sound, N.C. is recently framed in a handsome, black wooden frame. In excellent condition with a wonderful bonus – the original print block used to reproduce Sloane’s original illustration for the shade. Block measures 13.5″ wide x 7″ tall, pictured here:

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Rigging Out Decoys, Currituck Sound, N.C. by Eric Sloane along with the printing block used to print the illustration are offered together for $225.00.

Promotional gallery poster issued by the Museum of the Southwest, Midland, Texas.  There were two versions of this printed – one version was left unsigned and was inexpensively printed on commercial poster paper, the other was created on a heavy stock and printed by Triton Press International. This is the Triton Press edition, featuring a bold and clear Eric Sloane signature at bottom right corner of image in Eric’s typical red flair tipped marker. Image 28.5″ tall x 19″ wide. $275.00.

Taos Morada by Eric Sloane, N.A. Fine art print issued by Triton Press International. Purchased new at the Eric Sloane Museum and professionally framed in all acid free materials under U.V. glass. Image 14.5″ tall x 21.5″ wide, 19.5″ tall x 26.5″ wide framed. Always hung on a wall that saw no sunlight. Colors are bright and bold. Frame is a very attractive color and molding profile that compliments well this beautiful scene. Frame shows minor scuffing that very likely could be touched up to be nearly invisible. Unique, hard to find hand signed and numbered edition for an attractive price of $325.00.

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Promotional gallery poster issued by the Museum of the Southwest, Midland, Texas.  There were two versions of this printed – one version was left unsigned and was inexpensively printed on commercial poster paper, the other was created on a heavy stock and printed by Triton Press International. This is the Triton Press edition, featuring a bold and clear Eric Sloane signature at bottom right corner of image. Image 28.5″ tall x 19″ wide, 32.5″ tall x 22.75″ wide framed. Purchased directly from Triton Press and stored in a flat file until recently. All acid free materials and under conservation glass, brand new (and gorgeous) wood frame. $425.00