John Taylor Arms

American , 1887 - 1953

Printmaking for John Taylor Arms began as a hobby more than a profession. Working as an architect and living in New York City he was inspired by the Brooklyn Bridge and the unique architecture of the city. Arms' prints reflect his early training in engineering and architecture, in both their subject matter and their intricate details.
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Porta del Paradiso

1930

Stone and Press Gallery

Under $2,200

Through Wind and Weather

1922

Stone and Press Gallery

Price upon request

Venetian Mirror (The Grand Canal, Venice)

1933

Allinson Gallery, Inc.

$5,500 - $12,000

Stockholm

1940

Thomas French Fine Art

Price upon request

American Cathedral (The Woolworth Building).

1921

Allinson Gallery, Inc.

$5,500 - $12,000

Palazzo dell'Angelo

1931

Conrad R. Graeber Fine Art

$2,200 - $5,500

Le Penseur de Notre Dame

1923

William P. Carl Fine Prints

$2,200 - $5,500

West Forty-second Street. (Corner of Fifth Avenue toward Sixth.)

1920

The Old Print Shop, Inc.

$5,500 - $12,000

Venetian Mirror, (The Grand Canal Venice.)

1935

The Old Print Shop, Inc.

$5,500 - $12,000

The Gothic Spirit (also called A Gargoyle, A Gothic Spirit).

1922

Allinson Gallery, Inc.

$2,200 - $5,500

Le Penseur de Notre Dame (The Thinker of Notre Dame Cathedral).

1923

Allinson Gallery, Inc.

$2,200 - $5,500

Cobwebs (Brooklyn Bridge)

1921

Allinson Gallery, Inc.

$2,200 - $5,500

"Venetian Filagree"

1931

Paramour Fine Arts

Price upon request

Le Penseur de Notre Dame

1923

Thomas French Fine Art

Price upon request