Joseph Webb (1908-1962) was an etcher and painter with a visionary style. He had
early success with his etchings in the 1920's, but the depression brought a
collapse of the print market, and effectively ended his career. His huge, imaginary
buildings carry a metaphysical subtext. Webb's powerful prints are still relatively
Here are a few.
Etching, 7" x 12", 2nd state
Webb inscribed some impressions ``I dedicate this
plate to all things living --- Caged''
Etching, 7" x 12"
Etching, 6 7/8" x 12", 2nd state trial proof
Reference: ``Joseph Webb the lights that flit across my brain''
by Robert Meyrick
School of Art Gallery and Museum | National Library
Aberystwyth, 2007. (ISBN 978 1 899095 26 1)
Here is the above reference: Joseph Webb.