EVENING, 1881. Baskett 11. Keppel edition. Initialed in margin “J.H.T. per A.T.” by John Twachtman’s son, Alden Twachtman. This is the most sketch-like of Twatchman’s etchings. According to Susan Berryhill, the vague impression of an inverted church in the upper left shows that the plate may have been used for other sketches. Twachtman’s asymmetrical composition aids in the creation of a perception of the fleeting moments of twilight. One of only 15 located.

Etching: 4 13/16 x 7 7/16”

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