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Charles William Smith (Virginia, 1893-1987) woodcut, "Churchyard, Charleston," titled in pencil lower left margin, numbered 10/50 lower center margin, and signed lower right margin, additionally signed in the plate. Hinge mounted; ivory mat. 7" x 8 1/2" image, 10 1/2" x 14" sheet, 14" x 18 1/2" mat. Provenance: A Nashville, TN, estate. Biography (courtesy The Valentine Museum, Richmond, VA): "Born in Lofton, Virginia, Charles Smith studied at the University of Virginia, the Corcoran Art School and Yale's School of Fine Art. He taught at the University of Richmond, the College of William and Mary and the New York School of Printing. He painted and is also known for his woodcuts of Virginia and Charleston, South Carolina". CONDITION: Print is in good condition with even toning. Two small spots of foxing to margin area. Mat is heavily toned with losses and creases to corners.