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Born in Poland in 1902, Borne emigrated to the United States during World War I. He studied art at the Art Students League in New York and the National Academy of Design. Borne was attracted to the landscape of New York City and its people. Most of his drypoints and etchings of New York, printed in small editions, date from 1926 on. His color prints in drypoint prove him to be a master of the technique. Borne has had exhibitions at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 1941, New York Historical Society, 1980, and The Old Print Shop, NYC, 1990's. More of his images can be seen in the book, Borne: Drypoints, Etchings, Color Drypoints, Abaris Books, 1980.



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Mortimer Borne

Polish-American (1902-1987)
Manhattan from Brooklyn
8 x 9-7/8 in.

Drypoint printed in color, 1945, probably an edition of 25 or less. Annotated as "Trial Proof I." Signed and dated in pencil. Illustrated in Borne: Drypoints, Etchings, Color Drypoints, Abaris Books, 1980, p.55.


$725.
Manhattan from Brooklyn



Mortimer Borne

Polish-American (1902-1987)
Erie Basin, Brooklyn
6 x 7-7/8 in.

Etching printed in color, 1939, probably an edition of 25 or less. Signed and dated in pencil.


$600.
Erie Basin, Brooklyn



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