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Christmas Card Etchings by Richard Bishop


Richard Evett Bishop (1887-1975), a Philadelphian, was originally trained as an engineer. His first etching was published in 1920 using an old wedding invitation copper plate. Bishop, a consummate artist, did his own sketching, etching, and printing. He also mastered the difficult technique of aquatinting. In 1936, Bishop's image "Canada Geese" was honored by being selected for the 1936-37 Duck Stamp. This was subsequently made into the first published Duck Stamp print. Bishop specialized in bird studies, and his prints convey the grace of movement and natural beauty of his subjects.

Bishop Christmas cards are all approximately 4 x 6; unless otherwise noted. Unsigned, except as noted.

Christmas cards from Dick Bishop:

Christmas cards from Helen and Dick Bishop: The Following are Christmas cards from Melvin and Mary Harrington, who were Bishop's in-laws.

Christmas Cards from Mary E. Harrington:

Christmas Cards from Mary and Melvin Harrington: Christmas Cards from Eugene E. Dupont Miscellaneous print:
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