E-Museum of Pyrographic Art

Antique Hall


to the J. William Fosdick Salon
of the 1892 Article
Etching With Fire
by Franklin Smith

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Adapted from the 1892 article Etching With Fire by Franklin Smith

From The American Magazine, Vol. XXXIV, pp.113–119.

Although the 1892 Etching With Fire article above is one of the earlier articles on the story and works of J. William Fosdick, it is more like a compilation of some others that came before and many that followed.

Not only has Franklin Smith written here a detailed explanation of Fosdick's education, profession, technique, tools, and art works, he has complemented it all with a generous number of illustrations.

If you have either any questions to ask or any information to offer regarding these works by J. William Fosdick, or any of his works, please e-mail the E-Museum Curator.

You are leaving the J. William Fosdick Salon
of the 1892 Article
Etching With FIre
by Franklin Smith

You can return to the

Antique Art Hall
(including many additional exhibits of J. Wm. Fosdick's Works)

or continue on your tour to one of the following

Pyrographic Art Exhibit Halls:

Portraits and Paintings

Decorative and Applied Art


Folk and Traditional Art

Children's Pyrographic Art

Special Pyrographic Art

The Book Store and E-Museum Library

Pyrography Tools and Techniques

Your questions and comments are welcome and appreciated. Please e-mail the E-Museum Curator.

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Last updated 20 October 2009