Along with being a capable etcher, Platt was also a renowned architect and landscape architect. Among his many prominent buildings, he designed the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art in 1918.    
Charles Adams Platt (American, 1861‑1933)
Published by Cassell and Company
Rye, Sussex, from the portfolio Twenty Original American Etchings, 1884
Etching
The Baltimore Museum of Art: Garrett Collection, BMA 1984.81.110

Along with being a capable etcher, Platt was also a renowned architect and landscape architect. Among his many prominent buildings, he designed the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art in 1918.   

Charles Adams Platt (American, 1861‑1933)

Published by Cassell and Company

Rye, Sussex, from the portfolio Twenty Original American Etchings, 1884

Etching

The Baltimore Museum of Art: Garrett Collection, BMA 1984.81.110

Behind every great man…
Jean François Ribault (French, 1767‑1820)
And Jean Alexandre Allais (French, 1792‑1850)
After Louis Ducis (French, 1775‑1847)
Van Dyck Painting His First Picture, 1821
Etching and engraving
The Baltimore Museum of Art: Garrett Collection, BMA 1946.112.14285

Behind every great man…

Jean François Ribault (French, 1767‑1820)

And Jean Alexandre Allais (French, 1792‑1850)

After Louis Ducis (French, 1775‑1847)

Van Dyck Painting His First Picture, 1821

Etching and engraving

The Baltimore Museum of Art: Garrett Collection, BMA 1946.112.14285

The print after a drawing attributed to Parmigianino shows marine creatures playing in the waves: hippocampi, dolphins, a Siren, and a nymph riding on the back of Triton who blows a horn in the shape of an elongated conical shell. Makes my beach sightings seem less impressive…
Angelo Falco (Italian, 1607‑1656)
After Parmigianino (Italian, 1503‑1540)
Sirens, Naiads and Tritons, c. 1620
Etching
The Baltimore Museum of Art: Garrett Collection, BMA 1946.112.1631

The print after a drawing attributed to Parmigianino shows marine creatures playing in the waves: hippocampi, dolphins, a Siren, and a nymph riding on the back of Triton who blows a horn in the shape of an elongated conical shell. Makes my beach sightings seem less impressive…

Angelo Falco (Italian, 1607‑1656)

After Parmigianino (Italian, 1503‑1540)

Sirens, Naiads and Tritons, c. 1620

Etching

The Baltimore Museum of Art: Garrett Collection, BMA 1946.112.1631