Tag : Baxter Prints

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Elymas The Sorcerer Struck Blind, Baxter Print
Elymas was a Jewish sorcerer in the retinue of Sergius Paulus, the Roman proconsul at Paphos in Cyprus. He was sharply reproved by Paul, and struck with instant blindness for opposing the religious inquiries of the proconsul, who was abandoning idolatry and superstition, and embracing the gospel, Acts 13:6-12. His blindness was to continue “for …
Boy Throwing Stones At Duck, Baxter Print
This is an illustration from a book called Tales For Boys, published in 1836. A rare print. 2 1/2″ x 3 7/8″
St. Paul Preaching At Athens, Baxter Print
Size: 8″ x 5″
St. Peter and St. John Healing the Sick, Baxter Print
This print was created by George Baxter (1804-1867) after a cartoon by the Italian painter Raphael (1483-1520). It dates to around 1855 and measures 8″ x 5″. It is alternately titled “Healing of the Lame Man.” The subject of this print is the Healing of the Lame Man by Saints Peter and John. The event …
The Miraculous Draft of Fishes
This is a rare Baxter’s Process print made by Bradshaw and Blacklock of England from the Raphael cartoon (sketch), “Miraculous Draught of Fishes”. Bradshaw and Blacklock licensed the Baxter’s process from Baxter in 1850’s or so. This print was thought to have been created in 1855. It measures 6 7/16″ x 5 1/16″. The Miraculous …
Baxter Print
I don’t know the name of this print but it has been attributed to George Baxter. If you have any further information on it, please leave a comment.