'A Mexican Coquette' d1912

This charming round woodcut print by Helen Hyde entitled 'A Mexican Coquette', depicts a lovely image of a young woman cutting blossoms.  She stands in front of a garden wall lined with blossoms and foliage, and several suitors looking on.  There is a black cat at her feet, a very endearing print.  The colors are superb.  The print is marked "Copyright 1912 by Helen Hyde".  It is signed by Helen Hyde in her full signature in pencil, and her initials 'HH' and seal.  It is numbered '197'.  This print measures 11" in diameter, matted in a circular ivory mat, and is framed in a square black frame measuring 21".   This print is in impeccable condition.  Helen Hyde traveled to Europe and China, and in 1899, she arrived in Japan to begin training with master artist Tomonobu Kano.  She visited Mexico and produced a series of prints depicting Mexican people, with a natural tendency to portray children in all their innocence.  This is a beautiful woodcut, in magnificent condition.  Hyde's prints are prized by collectors and considered scarce, if not quite rare.  SHIPPING will be based upon your zip code because of its size.    P85235     $895.00

Helen Hyde (1868-1919) American, Lima, NY 'A Mexican Coquette' d1912