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Milne had admitted “a weakness for textures” and correspondence between fellow artists testify to his struggle with balancing the contrasts of harsh and soft lines. Milne's print, also known as 'Hillitop,' was commissioned for "The Colophon" in an edition of 3,000 unnumbered impressions, all hand printed by him on his press in Palgrave, Ontario, and individually signed in pencil by him in the lower margin. Rosemarie Tovell suggests that the gap between the printing of the first state in 1937 and the other four may relate to the “specific textural and colour schemes of the subject.” Abandoned then, by 1941 these “fitted in perfectly with his watercolour style of concentrated dark washes and calligraphic lines.”Of the five states associated with this title, there are no known signed copied of states I through III. The task took him over a year to accomplish, with consequent variant states within the edition. There are only twenty-six known signed impressions of states IV and V combined, at least one of which is in the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Canada (State V) making Adirondack Valley somewhat of a rara avis. Milne made this print using a unique method of printing in color from superimposed plates that he developed. View additional info Lot 21: DAVID BROWN MILNEMAIN STREET, 1942, colour drypoint; signed and numbered 38/40 in the margin 7 ins x 9 ins; 17.5 cms x 22.5 cms Literature: David Silcox, "Painting Place, The Life and Work of David B. David Silcox, DAVID BROWN MILNEMAIN STREET, 1942, colour drypoint; signed and numbered 38/40 in the margin 7 ins x 9 ins; 17.5 cms x 22.5 cms ,000-30,000Literature: David Silcox, "Painting Place, The Life and Work of David B. David Silcox, "David Milne, 1882-1953" (exhibition catalogue introduction), Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, 1967. Tovell, "Reflections in a Quiet Pool, The Prints of David Milne", Ottawa, 1980, page 196, plate 80, illustrated. He removed the excess ink from his plates with a rag, leaving an uneven texture on the plate. Milne had also kept his address private from most friends and family, so all correspondence would be done through Duncan, at the agent's gallery, the Picture Loan Society.

View additional info David Brown Milne, CGP, CSGA, CSPWL Canadian (1882-1953) STILL LIFE and DRIFTWOOD ON ROCKY POINT, SIX MILE LAKE oil on board (double sided) signed 12 1/4 x 16 3/8 in. Ian Thom (ed.), David Milne, Douglas & Mc Intyre, Vancouver, 1991, pages 30 and 37. The etching, which is called Hilltop, is also known as Painting Place.

"Main Street" is a remarkable example of a vibrant street scene with tones that thrill the senses. Milne's print, also known as 'Hillitop,' was commissioned for "The Colophon" in an edition of 3,000 unnumbered impressions, all hand printed by him on his press in Palgrave, Ontario, and individually signed in pencil by him in the lower margin.

View additional info DAVID BROWN MILNEPARLIAMENT BUILDINGS, watercolour; signed and dated 1939; titled and inscribed “David Milne” and “1939” on the reverse 15 ins x 19 ins; 38.1 cms x 48.3 cms Provenance: Douglas Duncan, Picture Loan Society, Toronto Art Gallery of Toronto Women’s Committee Collection of Lady Kemp, Toronto (1948)Laing Galleries, Toronto (1956)Collection of Percy Bower, Winnipeg (1967)By descent to his family Private Collection, Ontario Exhibited: Recent Water Colours by David Milne, 11 - 24 January 1941, Picture Loan Society, Toronto, no. Milne: Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings, Volume II: 1929 - 1952, Toronto, 1998, page 702, no. Thom ed., David Milne, Toronto/Vancouver, 1991, page 154, colour plate 102, for a similar canvas painted in 1935 (Mc Michael Canadian Art Collection). In Pickle Jar, Milne positions his common objects against a dark, dramatic background, forging a starting point for his distinctive creative method. The task took him over a year to accomplish, with consequent variant states within the edition.

DAVID BROWN MILNEADIRONDACK VALLEYdrypoint, printed in colourssigned and inscribed /26 in pencil in the lower margin Plate 5 ins x 7 ins; 12.7 cms x 17.8 cms Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto Literature: Rosemarie L.

Tovell, Reflections in a Quiet Pool: The Prints of David Milne, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 1980, page 195, page 179 for Adirondack Valley (National Gallery of Canada), reproduced in colour and page 194, cat. Milne's print, also known as 'Hillitop,' was commissioned for "The Colophon" in an edition of 3,000 unnumbered impressions, all hand printed by him on his press in Palgrave, Ontario, and individually signed in pencil by him in the lower margin.