|Artist||Gordon Craig, English, 1872-1966|
|Medium||Etching printed in black on wove paper|
|Dimensions||plate: 8 3/8 x 6 3/8 in.
21.2 x 16.2 cm
sheet: 9 5/8 x 8 1/2 in.
24.4 x 21.6 cm
|Credit Line||Founders Society Purchase, Paul Mc Pharlin Memorial Fund|
|Department||Prints, Drawings & Photographs|
|Not On View|
Signed, Marks, Inscriptions
|Signed||In pencil, lower right: 1907 / EGC / \unidentified device!|
|Inscriptions||In ink, upper right corner of the face mat: 7; in pencil by the artist below the sheet on back mat: a drawing not unlike the image with the following above it: small white figure of / man lying down & gazing down.; to the right of the drawing: The most rapid & the largest of the movements- / The state here is a hardly more developed one / than we should find in a hopeful tree / in early spring - / Strong - gay - very gay - tremendously hopeful / & advancing at a great rate. / The end of this movement I conceive as / something like this (arrow pointing back to the drawing at the left) / EGC.|