Cortissoz/Clayton 230, only state. In very good condition, printed on a cream wove paper.
A fine impression of this great rarity.
Made from the model in the artist's New York apartment. In 1923, the year Marie at the Window was etched, Hassam was already world-renowned, known as America's great impressionist painter and etcher (his career as an etcher began in earnest relatively late, about eight years earlier).
Marie at the Window is one of several Hassam compositions done in the tradition of Japonisme, showing an interior of patterned surfaces and a single contemplative woman, generally lost in contemplation. This theme was a favorite of turn-of-the-century "Quietists" such as Thomas Wilmer Dewing, his close friend J. Alden Weir, and of course Marie Cassatt.