Gouache painting on thick wove paper by artist Benton Spruance, titled "Late Departure." The image features a train with billowing smoke atop a green hill. The train is seated before a train station. A tree without leaves is also visible.
Paul Landacre, Death of a Forest
Etching on wove paper, full margins. Signed in pencil by artist Edward Hopper, who titled the piece "Evening Wind." The etching features a woman climbing with one knee on to the bed, resting both hands on the mattress. She is turned to look out an open window with billowing drapes. Only the back of her hair is visible, and her mostly obscured figure appears nude.
Lithograph in two colors, pale green and black, on wove paper by artist Benton Spruance, He has titled this "Arrangement for Drums" and the image features abstract shapes which vaguely come together to evoke a band of percussionists.

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Catherine Burns has been a dealer in fine art prints and drawings for more than 30 years. Her firm specializes in 19th and early 20th century prints, with a concentration in American WPA-era art, French art, German Expressionism and British Modernism. Among the artists she represents are Edward Hopper, Paul Landacre, Martin Lewis, Benton Spruance, Felix Vallotton, and Edvard Munch.

She launched her business after serving as the Curator of art museums at University of Massachusetts, Amherst and Washington University, St. Louis. A founding member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association, Catherine Burns exhibits at national and international art fairs, and visitors are welcomed to the spacious gallery only 15 minutes from San Francisco.