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Lot of Walworth Stilson (Connecticut, 1874-1962) Connecticut landscapes. 1st item: Sepia ink on card stock, mill scene subject. Overall very good condition with some foxing and discoloration to margin. Sight: 14" H X 9" W. 2nd item: Small sample booklet of charcoal, gouache, and pen drawings along with examples of handwritten poetry. Subjects include mill scene, mountains landscapes, and waterscapes. 7 3/4" H X 5" W. 7 drawings total in booklet. Overall very good condition with some foxing and fraying to edges. 3rd item: Architectural landscape, in charcoal, and gouache. Overall good condition with 1" tear in upper middle margin. 5 3/4" H X 6 1/2" W. 4th item: Charcoal on paper landscape. Overall very good condition. Sight: 9 1/2" H x 16" W. Note – Litchfield County, Connecticut artist, Walworth Stilson (1874-1962) attended the Detroit School of Art, studying under listed artist, John Ward Dunsmore. He completed his art studies at the Detroit Academy, where listed artist Joseph W. Gies was his instructor. His art career started in New York City at the "Illustrated American". He also illustrated for St. Nicholas Magazine and the Metropolitan Magazine of New York. Books illustrated by Stilson include "Our Fern and Their Haunts" by Willard N. Chute and "The Writers of Knickerbocker New York" by Hamilton Wright Mabie. An extensive biography of Stilson was done in a June 1925 article of the Bridgeport Life Newspaper of Bridgeport, Connecticut reviewing Stilsonís artistic, poetic, and musical genius. Examples of Stilsonís work are in the collections of the Yale University Art Gallery and The New Milford Historical Society of Connecticut.