RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE

RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE
RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE
RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE
RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE
RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE
RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE
RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE
RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE
RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE
RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE
RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE
RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE
RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE

RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE

Artist Name: Elizabeth Eaton Burton. Print Name: "Kasuga Shrine" colored woodblock print (1933). Fine Arts, 507 Madison Avenue, New York. Signed by Artist (lower right margin) and includes Print Name on verso's lower right margin along with other letters and numbers. Paper is old woven style paper.

CONDITION: Shows some signs of age and paper discoloration. Small hole in upper left margin. Barely visible/subtle "crease" near the middle of the print.

Some residue from mounting tape from the framing. Minor "fraying" on the top. DIMENSIONS: 10.5" x 15.5" (APPROXIMATE - it is not a perfect rectangle).

I only have it in the picture to show where it came from. Elizabeth Eaton Burton was born in Paris, in 1869. The daughter of artist Charles F.

Eaton and Helen Justice Mitchell, Elizabeth was raised in an artistic milieu, an apt pupil of her father's, learning as she went, her only formal training being in drawing. Living in Paris when Elizabeth was born, the Eaton family settled in Santa Barbara, California, in 1886 after Elizabeth's health began to decline due to the climate. It was here that her father began to establish himself as an art and crafts designer, working in metal, leather, and glass-all of which he introduced to his daughter. From a relatively young age Elizabeth began working in these mediums, and began to exhibit along with her father in various arts and crafts shows in southern California. In 1893 she married Wm.

Burton, and gave birth to son Phillip; in 1897, daughter Helen was born; not long after, Elizabeth opened he first studio. She then opened a studio in the Blanchard Bldg in Los Angeles, and in 1920 furthered her studies in Paris. A versatile artist and an exponent of Arts and Crafts, she made color woodcuts, watercolors, bookbindings, tooled leather d├ęcor and equestrian detailing, lamps and stained glass.

Burton died in Los Angeles on Nov. The frame is photographed ONLY FOR REFERENCE.


RARE Antique 1933 Elizabeth Eaton Burton Woodblock Print KASUGA SHRINE