"University of Tennessee, Knoxville," by Richard W. Rummell, c. 1900; copper plate engraving or photogravure. Copyright: Littig & Co. New York, USA.
Signed in plate, lower left: Richard W. Rummell
Copyright: Littig and Co., New York
At the turn of the century, Littig and Co. (New York) employed artist Richard Rummell to paint watercolor aerial scenes of university campuses in America, including Harvard, Yale, Brown, and Cornell. The popular scenes were engraved or etched onto copper plates and published by Littig & Co.
(Number on object is 400/153.)
|Title||University of Tennessee Knoxville|
|Role of Creator||Artist|
|Creator||Rummell, Richard W.|
|Creator 2||Littig & Company|
|Technique||copperplate engraving or photogravure|
|Dimensions||H-25.5 W-38.25 inches|
|Place of Origin||US/NY/NYC|
University of Tennessee