John Taylor Arms (1887-1953) received a Masters Degree in Architecture from MIT in 1912. Most of his 441 prints are etchings, often depicting medieval architecture, ships, rural landscapes and NYC street scenes, buildings and bridges. The New York Public Library has the largest collection of his work.
John Taylor Arms – Afterglow, 1938
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