Leighton, Clare, 1898-1989
Found in 338 Collections and/or Records:
Unsigned final proof. Poor printing quality: very light, with white splotches.
Verso: round sticker reading "N.E.I. 48" on lower right corner.
Sketch of a lobster trap. Labeled "lobster catcher."
Detailed, full-page drawing of a lobster.
7 sketches of lobsters: one large lobster seen from above in the middle, surrounded by lobsters drawn from different angles and in different positions.
Two detailed sketches of tall rubber boots. The left sketch includes ropes and anchor, and the boots seem to be hanging from the wall.
Sketches of three bunches of seaweed, each a slightly different variety. Small sketch of a lobster in upper right corner.
Seascape with a number of smallish islands in the middle distance. In front of one is a tiny figure in a row-boat. A group of round, bald rocks in the foreground. Not very detailed.
Sketch of a group of rocks in the center; to the left, two small boats, the top one with a sail.
Rough sketch of a group of rocks. At the top right is a spit of land. Some orange-brown residue on the left edge of the paper.
Wide sketch of a seascape with pine trees at the far shore, on a spit of land that curves to the left. In the middle ground, to the left, a rocky shoreline with a small boat moored.
In the foreground, disconnected from the landscape, a large sketch of a lobster buoy laid on its side, with a line tied to the top.
In the foreground is a large sketch of a rowboat, apparently moored near a pier. Behind, much smaller, a person rows in a similar boat. Rough sketch of trees or vegetation on the far shore.
Studies of jacketed arms and hands grasping ropes.
Partial proof: large white space in the center of print.
Numbered 1 in upper right corner.
Partial proof: large white space in the center of print. No corrections visible.
Numbered 2 in upper right corner.
Hands of the two central figures holding buckets are drawn in with graphite (over the blank space in the center).
Numbered 3 in upper right corner.
Hands of men carrying buckets are drawn in with graphite (into blank spaces at the print's center).
Numbered 4 in upper right corner. Verso: round stamp reading "N.E.I. 49" in lower right corner.
Hands of men carrying buckets drawn in graphite (into white spaces in center of print)
Numbered 5 in upper right corner. Verso: round sticker reading "N.E.I. 50" in lower right corner.
First full proof in which the men's hands (carrying buckets) have been engraved in the image.
Numbered 6 in upper right corner. Verso: round sticker reading "N.E.I. 51" in lower right corner.
Another piece of paper has been pasted over the right side of the print, fitted to the print beneath so the seams are difficult to see.
Numbered 7 in upper right corner. Verso: round sticker reading "N.E.I. 52" in lower right corner.
Numbered 8 in upper right corner. Verso: orange residue from an adhesive/glue in the corners.
- Archival Object 337
- Collection 1
- Wood engravings 156
- Graphite drawings 131
- Logging -- Pictorial works 31
- Marble industry and trade -- Pictorial works 31
- Maple sugar industry -- Pictorial works 30
- Lobster industry -- Pictorial works 28
- Tobacco farms -- Pictorial works 28
- Grain -- Milling -- Pictorial works 26
- Shipbuilding -- Pictorial works 25
- Cranberry industry -- Pictorial works 24
- Agriculture -- Pictorial works 23
- Atlantic cod fishing -- Pictorial works 23
- Ice industry -- Pictorial works 20
- Whaling -- Pictorial works 19
- Queen's ware 13
- Photographs 9
- Wood-engraving 8
- Grain -- Milling 5
- Cranberry industry 3
- Ice industry 3 ∧ less