Swann, Samuel (Don) Donovan (American)
1889-1954



Into the Night, etching, pencil signed l/r, inscribed l/l, 182/300,
5.75" x 7.25" plate, 8.5" x 10.75" sheet (heavy wove paper with full margins).

About the Etching: Excellent. condition.

About the Artist: Don Swann, Sr. was an American artist who made his home in Baltimore and studied in Munich, Germany and Italy. He is known for his historic Americana, ships, trees, U.S. Navy and series of schools, colleges and Universities. His later subjects included many in color. His work has been advertised and exhibited in many cities in the United States and included in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum, Mrs. John D. Rockeffer, Jr, Franklin D. Roosevelt, U.S. Naval Museum, J.P. Morgan, Congressional Library, and other prominent collectors and connoisseurs. The Smithsonian Institute acquired 33 original etchings for the Division of Graphic Arts. He died in 1954.

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