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The Return From Calvary by Herbert Schmalz, Nice Find, Scarce and Old Tin Lithograph

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This stunning and rare Tin lithograph from the National Catholic Educational Co. NY. is of Mary mother of Jesus and Mary Magdalene, and the Apostle John who looks after Mary . You can see the three cross's in the distance. The Tin Lithograph measures approximately 23-1/4" wide by 17' tall. The Litho. is in good used condition with only slight paint loss, and Mary's garment bottom shows shows slight wear. Having said that, this tin lithograph is a great find. I have never seen it before and we have been selling online since 1999.

This is likely a Hand-Colored Lithograph dated around 1906. I sold a print of this same picture years ago by the Louis Wolff & CO. London . Printed by Herbert Schmalz. Herbert Schmalz was born in England to a German father. Schmalz's art training included studying at South Kensington and the Royal Academy Schools, and then abroad in Antwerp.

He knew Leighton, living near him in Kensington, and marrying the sister of Dorothy Dene, who was one of Leighton's favorite models. He developed a style influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites, but more soft, showing single figures or groups, over-pious religious scenes and sentimental lovers, and some topographical pictures. He also produced Orientalist pictures featuring girls with pots, camels etc somewhat akin to work by Goodall.

Following a visit to Jerusalem in 1890, his travel sketches were published in the Art Journal as 'A painter's pilgrimage' in 1893. He exhibited at the EA from 1879, and in 1900 he had a solo exhibition of forty pictures entitled 'A Dream of Fair Women' at the Fine Art Society in Bond Street.

This lithograph on tin depicts Mary Magdalene and The Apostle John trying to comfort Mary the Mother of Jesus after the crucifixion. The following is from Wikipedia: Calvary, also Golgotha, was, according to the Gospels, a site immediately outside Jerusalem's walls where Jesus was crucified.

Mary Magdalene is considered to be a saint by the Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican and Lutheran churches—with a feast day of July 22. Other Protestant churches honor her as a heroine in the faith. The Church Fathers consider John the same person as John the Evangelist, John of Patmos, and the Beloved Disciple. The tradition of many Christian denominations holds that he is the author of several books of the New Testament.

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VeiledThroughTime (TeamVintageusa) and Etsy Pickers and Sellers Team (Epsteam)
This stunning and rare Tin lithograph from the National Catholic Educational Co. NY. is of Mary mother of Jesus and Mary Magdalene, and the Apostle John who looks after Mary . You can see the three cross's in the distance. The Tin Lithograph measures approximately 23-1/4" wide by 17' tall. The Litho. is in good used condition with only slight paint loss, and Mary's garment bottom shows shows slight wear. Having said that, this tin lithograph is a great find. I have never seen it before and we have been selling online since 1999.

This is likely a Hand-Colored Lithograph dated around 1906. I sold a print of this same picture years ago by the Louis Wolff & CO. London . Printed by Herbert Schmalz. Herbert Schmalz was born in England to a German father. Schmalz's art training included studying at South Kensington and the Royal Academy Schools, and then abroad in Antwerp.

He knew Leighton, living near him in Kensington, and marrying the sister of Dorothy Dene, who was one of Leighton's favorite models. He developed a style influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites, but more soft, showing single figures or groups, over-pious religious scenes and sentimental lovers, and some topographical pictures. He also produced Orientalist pictures featuring girls with pots, camels etc somewhat akin to work by Goodall.

Following a visit to Jerusalem in 1890, his travel sketches were published in the Art Journal as 'A painter's pilgrimage' in 1893. He exhibited at the EA from 1879, and in 1900 he had a solo exhibition of forty pictures entitled 'A Dream of Fair Women' at the Fine Art Society in Bond Street.

This lithograph on tin depicts Mary Magdalene and The Apostle John trying to comfort Mary the Mother of Jesus after the crucifixion. The following is from Wikipedia: Calvary, also Golgotha, was, according to the Gospels, a site immediately outside Jerusalem's walls where Jesus was crucified.

Mary Magdalene is considered to be a saint by the Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican and Lutheran churches—with a feast day of July 22. Other Protestant churches honor her as a heroine in the faith. The Church Fathers consider John the same person as John the Evangelist, John of Patmos, and the Beloved Disciple. The tradition of many Christian denominations holds that he is the author of several books of the New Testament.

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We want to Thank you for visiting VeiledThroughTime, it is very much appreciated. Stop back if you have the time. Our selling online since 1999 makes us a little apt to purchase some very interesting or different items for sale, but items of interest always, so you never know just what you may find behind the curtain at VeiledThroughTime. Please look around, we think out of the box.

Also be sure to ENLARGE our photos for an up close and personal look.

VeiledThroughTime (TeamVintageusa) and Etsy Pickers and Sellers Team (Epsteam)

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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: Tin, Paint
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