This page represents most of our collection of original Antique prints of California. Please click on an image to see it in high-resolution with details of the work itself. For enquiries and purchases, please do contact us.
St Catherine’s Island (Catalina): Originally discovered in 1542, it was rediscovered in 1602 on St Catherine’s day by Sebastian Vizcaino, and claimed for the Spanish.
Sierra Nevada: Panorama from the north peaks to the headwater of Fall River.
San Francisco: View looking toward Oakland and Berkeley
San Francisco: California Street looking towards St Dominic’s and the financial district.
Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk: View of the Casino and Natatorium, a heated covered pool.
Tehachapi Mountains: View of Great Basin from the summit of the Tejon Pass.
Oil: Source of American Millionaires’ wealth. Eight vignettes of Oil wells in California and Pennsylvania.
San Francisco Bay: Drawn from life during Hildebrandt’s ’round-the-world’ voyage.
San Diego: View of California’s first mission San Diego de Alcala.
Tehachapi Mountains: View of the entrance to the Tejon Pass
Valley of the Four Creeks River (St. John’s River) and the area around Visalia.
San Francisco: View up California Street to Nob Hill with Grace Church on the left, and the Parrott Building and St Mary’s to the right. Drawn from life during Hildebrandt’s ’round-the-world’ voyage.
San Francisco Stock Exchange: The collapse of the Vienna Stock Exchange began an international depression, which quickly spread to the United States lasting some five years.
Oil: Shooting a Well after Henry Farny
Sierra Nevada: Panorama of the Valley of the Mud Lakes from the entrance to Madelain Pass to Cold Spring Range.
Tehachapi Mountains: View near the entrance to the Tejon Pass (Canada de las Uvas).
Colorado Desert (Sub Sonoran Desert): View of the ancient Lake Cahuilla.
San Francisco: Panoramic view of the city with twelve vignettes of landmark buildings
Teofulio Summit (Warners Pass), San Diego: View from San Felipe towards the hills
RARE: San Francisco as it was in 1849: View from Montgomery Street to Telegraph Hill. After the painting by George Burgess.