Wengenroth, Stow (American 1906-1978). SUMMER DUSK, EASTPORT, MAINE. Stuckey 27. Lithograph, 1932. Edition of 54. Signed in pencil, just below the image, lower right, titled, and priced "50-" near the bottom of the margin, lower left, and numberd "#27" near the bottom of the margin, lower right. 7 1/16 c 12 13/16 inches (image), 11 1/4 x 15 7/8 inches (sheet), deckled on all edges. A small loss at the upper right corner, else in excellent condition. Wengenroth's first prints, Stuckey 1-35, are all views of buildings and streets in Eastport, ME., done between February, 1931 and September, 1933. Wengenroth studied during several summers with George Pearse Ennis at the Eastport Summer School of Art. Ennis suggested that he work in lithography, and during 1929 and 1930 he did the drawings that were the basis for the Eastport lithographs. These were done in collaboration with the printer Bolton Brown in Greenwich Village, and some were included in Wengenroth's first show at the Macbeth Gallery in 1931.