After the drypoint etching of the North American shorebird by America’s greatest bird printmaker.
Listening Yellow-legs, 1935. Archival pigment print, matted, in custom white wood frame. 11½ ×11½ inches framed.
A Yale trained artist, his work may be found in the following collections:
- Metropolitan Museum of Art (this artwork)
- Art Institute of Chicago
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- Yale University
- British Museum, London
- Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris
Tuttle was Curator of Prints at the Yale University Art Gallery in the late 1930s and early 1940s.