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Ernest Herbert Whydale 1886 to 1952

rural scenes of the 30's

Many artists are now on individual pages with Biographies and larger images . . . most will be as time allows . . All here are post inclusive anywhere

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Sidney Tushingham (1884 to1968),

European and English Rural scenes of the 30's



Sir David Muirhead Bone

mainly Glasgow Exhibition

John Fullwood 1854 to1931

Lakeland and Home Counties scenes of 1900 to 1920's

William Douglas MACLEOD, (1892 to1963)

Scottish etcher . . rural scenes

E. Hedley Fitton (1859 to 1929)

The Architectural expert

Maude Earl . . , Setters etc

Etchings are prints which are made by scratching a design in a film of resin that covers a metal plate, usually copper. The plate is then placed in an acid bath which eats away at the exposed copper, creating grooves to hold ink. In the nineteenth century, the technique appealed to painters because they could draw freely and quickly in the resin film with a needle and were able to produce prints normally without the assistance of a professional printer.
Anton Lock

English etcher,illustrator and watercolourist Anton Lock. Etchings and original artwork mostly from Knight of the Woods 1949


Martin Woodcock

Modern signed Artist's proof Bird etchings





Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe R.A. Singing Ploughman Etching.

Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe R.A. (1901-1979, British) Singing Ploughman Etching which is framed in a gilt frame. This fine piece is printed with tone, on fine laid + titled & signed in pencil. Date of Manufacture: c.1928 Height  200 mm - 7.87 inWidth  275 mm - 10.83 in £780 inc delivery






'Kathleen & Mary' St Ives by  Edward Bouverie Hoyton   £300 delivered as in all cheaper collected



daylight in frame on doorstep !


Edward Bouverie Hoyton 1900–1988
Edward Bouverie Hoyton was born in Lewisham and studied etching under Stanley Anderson at Goldsmiths' College. He was one of a small group of talented etchers of pastoral landscapes, that included Graham Sutherland and Paul Drury, who sought inspiration in William Blake, Samuel Palmer and the densely etched plates of F. L. Griggs. In 1926 he won the coveted Prix de Rome, spent the next three years at the British School in Rome, and travelled widely in Italy, France, Greece and Spain. He became Lecturer in Engraving at Leeds College of Art in 1934 and in 1941 was appointed Principal of Penzance School of Art. He remained a close friend of Graham Sutherland who stayed with him during the war when he was drawing the Cornish tin miners, and it was Hoyton who introduced Sutherland to Ben Nicholson, Naum Gabo and Adrian Stokes. He retired from teaching in 1965 to concentrate fully on his etching. Bouverie Hoyton was elected to the National Society (1931), the Royal Society of British Artists (1936) and became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Artists (1958). Until 1981 he was Vice-President and Chairman of the St Ives Society of Artists. He was a regular exhibitor at the Society and at the Royal Academy. Frame size 57 x 43 cm ie larger than most that Hoyton did



Sir Francius Drake & The Golden Hind
Signed hand coloured etching by Isabel Saul most with words by Mary Saul

Isabel Florrie Saul b.1895. Painter in water colour, tempera and gouache; miniaturist etcher and illustrator. Born at Southborne - on - sea on 21st February 1985. Studied at Bournemouth Municipal School of Art. Exhibited at the R.A, RMS. Lives at Southbourne, Bournemouth. Mary and Isabel Saul were sisters with Isabel being the etcher,all are of miniscule proportions as all are meticulously hand coloured with gold often burnished. They were sold in frames they made themselves  with  no mounts which detracts from the work and some needed a light clean to remove finger prints etc. Etching with hand gouche, gilding etc


Saint Hugh of Avalon ,Bishop of Lincoln 1186-1200
Signed hand coloured etching by Isabel Saul most with words by Mary Saul

Isabel Florrie Saul b.1895. Painter in water colour, tempera and gouache; miniaturist etcher and illustrator. Born at Southborne - on - sea on 21st February 1985. Studied at Bournemouth Municipal School of Art. Exhibited at the R.A, RMS. Lives at Southbourne, Bournemouth. Mary and Isabel Saul were sisters with Isabel being the etcher,all are of miniscule proportions as all are meticulously hand coloured with gold often burnished. They were sold in frames they made themselves  with  no mounts which detracts from the work and some needed a light clean to remove finger prints etc. Etching with hand gouche, gilding etc


Saint Hubert
Saint Hubertus or Hubert ( c. 656–727 A.D.) was the first Bishop of Liège. He was a Christian saint who was the patron saint of hunters

Isabel Florrie Saul b.1895. Painter in water colour, tempera and gouache; miniaturist etcher and illustrator. Born at Southborne - on - sea on 21st February 1985. Studied at Bournemouth Municipal School of Art. Exhibited at the R.A, RMS. Lives at Southbourne, Bournemouth. Mary and Isabel Saul were sisters with Isabel being the etcher,all are of miniscule proportions as all are meticulously hand coloured with gold often burnished. They were sold in frames they made themselves  with  no mounts which detracts from the work and some needed a light clean to remove finger prints etc. Etching with hand gouche, gilding etc

 

Windsor Sir Francis Seymour Haden, R.A., P.R.E. 1818-1910.
Windsor. 1878. Etching. Edition of 50 in this state,  confusingly numbered D103 base left , published by the Fine Art Society London . A fine impression printed on cream wove paper with full margins. Showing a swimming hole on the Thames, used by Eton College  residents. Windsor Castle is in the background.  Signed in pencil.£650 inc delivery ( to the USA etc rolled as too large for flat)  ref Schneiderman 186.xiCondition " Ful;l page as sold never trimmed or framed bought as part of a folio crease from edge in margin right side  slight buckling to top right corner from folio ( remedy a mount).



SNAFFLES, Charles Johnson PAYNE , 1884-1947

   
Snaffles Military print The 'Gunner', Snaffles hand colored lithograph. The picture shows the Gunner looking up at a passing plane (it is a remaque in the top right corner), and in the bottom left hand margin is a remarque depicting a column of guns led by an officer on a charger.Charles ‘Snaffles’ Johnson Payne (1884 – 1967) was an English painter who specialized in water colors, and who’s subject matter was invariably equestrian (racing, hunting, polo and pig sticking), military or a combination of these. Snaffles had a very distinctive style by showing just one person in detail, in addition he added remarques and amusing captions to supplement the pictures and main title.. Image size: 4.5 cm wide x 44.5 cm £460



AXEL HAIG  (Sweden, 1835-1921): In the Aisles, Amiens Cathedral
Etching, 1897. Initialed, dated, and titled in the plate; signed in pencil. Published by Robert Dunthorne, London, 1897.  Axel Hermann Haig ' Axel Haig was one of Britain's most famous etchers. He was actually born and raised on Gotland Island, Sweden, and initially studied naval architecture. Later,  settled in London and started working for several architects studied etching in his spare time and began the large architectural views that made him famous. A  regular exhibitor at the  Royal Academy, also a full member of the Royal Society of Etchers and Engravers. (Number 124, p.142, Axel Herman Haig and His Work, E.A. Armstrong, London, 1905). Condition excellent no matt bur was in a wooden frame with added insect life with  original backboard laid down no mat burn all perfect  £320 inc



John Doyle (born 1928) Eton College from the River
Etching in colours 11/200 pencil signed  Image size 42 x 28 cm full margins but old tape mark to the paper from a moron who cannot mount properly. £285 inc  unmounted/unframed The artist is mainly a well known listed watercolour artist so the supposition is that this was done for the college



John Charles MOODY (1884-1962) The Old Market Sienna
 Pencil Signed Proof etching Image size 30 x 38.5  4 cm margins+ to page edge  Nice semi industrial townscape rather than a boring topographical view Painter & etcher of landscapes, figures & architechtural subjects. Born 21/6/1884  Walton on Thames, Surrey. Studied art at London, Paris, Antwerp and Italy.  President of Society of Sussex Artists 1954 , President of the Society of Graphic Artists , Principal of Hornsey School of Arts & Crafts 1926-47. Lived London then Burpham, nr Arundel, Sussex. Produced numerous rail posters  £185 inc unmounted/unframed



Boats in the Harbour
Aileen Mary ELLIOTT (1896-1966) signed A.M.Elliott imp et del . Aileen Mary Elliott RSMA was a prolific marine painter who exhibited many pieces every year at the Royal Society of Marine Artists Annual Exhibition from 1946 to her death in 1966. She lived in Berkshire but painted many scenes of coastal life around the English mainland. One of her pieces is in the RSMA Diploma Collection at the National Maritime Museum in Cornwall. Framed £145 inc delivery Image 27 x 19 cm well framed some browning to mount edge probably from damp in the past. . . lit to show defects actually slightly more sepia




Hilltop Oakes, New Forest
numbered and titled in pencil5 /50 c1930 signed in pencil by A G Petherbridge

Albert George Petherbridge (1882 - c.1934) A painter, etcher and pastel artist who exhibited in the Midlands and at the major London galleries, including the RA and the RI. Between 1926 and 1932 he was living at Barbizon, Brockenhurst and his subjects included Queen's Bower (1926), September in the New Forest (1927) and A New Forest Landscape (1932). Also listed Hilltop Oakes, New Forest(n/d) ,Fawley (New Forest) (n/d).An exhibition of Petherbridge's watercolours of the New Forest was held at the Abbey Gallery, London in 1925.RARE This artist sold in small numbers with a VERY limited output as his main oevre was poster design for the rail companies £420 original frame untouched inc delivery B




Martin Hardie, (London, 1875 - 1952)
Martin Hardie was also Keeper of the Engraving Department at South Kensington and Honorary Secretary of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers. He learned under Sir Frank Short. An important English etcher, watercolourist, author and scholar, he was educated at Cambridge and studied under Sir Frank Short at the Royal College of Art. Martin Hardie was a full member of both the Royal Engravers and the Royal Water Colour Society. He was also awarded the prestigious C.B.E. for his contribution to British art. In total Martin Hardie created slightly over one hundred and ninety original etchings and engravings during his career. Signed under image in ink by the artist Martin Hardie. £105





Salmon Leaping etching by Norman Wilkinson [signed bottom right.]

[n.d., c.1930.]Etching, A fish jumping out of the water. £350 in a modern oak frame with signature in a window. .. unopened
Norman Wilkinson [1878-1971] Artist in oil, watercolour and drypoint, usually of marine or fishing subjects. Illustrator and poster artist, he also made an important contribution in both World Wars in the field of camouflage. Born Cambridge 1878 he was educated at Berkhamsted School of Art. In 1898 he started contributing to The Illustrated News and The Illustrated Mail . In Paris in 1899 he studied figure painting . He was elected R.I. in 1906,




Siamese Cats 1
George Vernon Stokes (1873 - 1954). [ in plate lower left and signed in pencil lower right].[n.d., c.1930.]
Coloured drypoint etching, 23 of an edition limited to 75, Framed Glazed in perfect order £425.00 George Vernon Stokes (1873 - 1954) Painter in oil, watercolour and pastel of animal subjects and landscapes; etcher and illustrator. He contributed illustrations to magazines and books on dogs and natural history. Exhibited at the RA from 1907, RBA and provincial galleries. He lived near Carlisle for some years and later near Deal in Kent.



Siamese Cats 2
George Vernon Stokes (1873 - 1954). [ in plate lower left and signed in pencil lower right].[n.d., c.1930.]
Coloured drypoint etching, 57 of an edition limited to 75, Framed Glazed in perfect order £415.00 Size of this means cannot go to the USA in frame and glazed would be posted on backboard. Has 2000 Bonhams Chelsea purchase reciept for £435 to verso before framing etc



The Poet
etching with drypoint numbered 5/75 titled in pencil 'The Poet' signed C.G.Pelavin 1976 . . .Cheryl Pelavin Fine. Arts, New York, owner of the gallery and print workshop. In business since 1983, before that doing her own artwork and living in London; also wrote and illustrated several books for children. Scarce £125



J. LEWIS STANT.
North Gate/North Bar York, ;
Coloured etching on wove paper. Pencil signed. plus
Warwick gallery blindstamp In original black lacquered frame Landscape painter and etcher. Exhibited at the Royal Society of Artists, Birmingham and also at the R.B.A., R.C.A., R.H.A. and R.S.A He lived in the Walsall area before moving to St Ives in 1935. He later lived in Birmingham. He exhibited between 1931 and 1939. £185 inc delivered cheaper on collection.. oversize  for mail so needs a courier



HM Pemberton etching South African Vista ? Scotland ?? £165 inc delivery
Hilda Mary Pemberton Also Known as: Hilda Pemberton, Hilda Mary Wilson (Wife of Eli Marsden Wilson A.R.E., A.R.C.E. 1877 - 1965) Image 20 x 15 cm.Hilda Mary Pemberton was a decorative designer, painter and etcher in her own right. Educated at Goldsmith's College in London and as a student received silver and bronze medals from the Royal College of Art in recognition of her talents. A skilful and prolific artist who attracted a wide audience of admirers. Her favourite method of expression was "dry point" a form of etching. Exhibited in the Royal Academy between 1897 and 1940 on 10 occasions as well as the Royal Cambrian Academy, Royal Scottish Academy and the Society of Women Artists. Wide public recognition resulted in her election as an Associate of the Royal Cambrian Society and the Society of Women Artists in 1922. Lived and worked in South Africa £165 framed



A West Highland Castle
Signed and inscribed in pencil Stanley Angus (Fl. 1932-38) Scottish etcher. He worked in London and specialised in Scottish scenery. He exhibited at the Royal Academy and the Fine Art Society.A Scottish etcher working from London, whose known work focuses on Scottish castles. This is NOT Tantallon or Dunstanbrough both of which he is listed as etching £125 poor frame so will send in mount



John William ASHTON The Bab-Zuweileh off the Muski, Cairo ETCHINGS OF EGYPTIAN SCENE, signed in pencil,
Print, Etching (30x19.5 cm) c 1925 Will Ashton Born on 20 September 1881 in York, England, John William Ashton arrived in Adelaide in 1884. He studied with his father, James Ashton in Adelaide and later went to Europe and studied with Julius Olsson and Algernon Talmadge at St Ives, Cornwall and at the Academie Julien, Paris. On his return to Australia in he became a prolific painter of picturesque works. He died 1 September 1963. His etched work, about 25 in number, are mainly from the 1920s and of European and English subjects. £245 inc postage cheaper to collect pencil signed framed glazed stuning

"Classical Portrait' by Alphonse Legros

Large plate etching ; good plate mark some mucky bits from age ; signed in plate; signed in pencil to image ( laid to card) Page 33 x 43 cm Plate Image 26 x 34 cm £185 scarce pencil signed as most are left 'in plate'

Alphonse Legros (1837 - 1911)

Alphonse Legros was born in France but moved to England in 1863 on the advice of his friend, Whistler. He became a citizen in 1881, but never completely grasped the English language.A master etcher of figure subjects, portraits and landscapes, Legros assumed the head professorship of etching and engraving at the Royal College in South Kensington in 1875. He later became the professor of art at the Slade School of Art, London. He was one of the group of artists who proposed the idea of the Société des Aquafortistes to the French publisher Cadart in 1862 and was a founder member of the Society of Painter-Etchers in London in 1880. From this position he fashioned a standard and influenced many younger British artists, most notably William Strang, Charles Furse and Charles Holroyd. In total Legros's graphic oeuvre runs to 704 etchings. Most of Legros's figure subjects were inspired by the artist's early impressions of French peasant life. Influences upon his art in this area have been traced to the paintings and drawings of Gustave Courbet and the art of Goya and the Spanish School.




North End of Telegraph Hill, San Francisco,
by John W. Winkler, (Austria, 1890 - San Francisco, 1979)

Etching, signed in pencil to lower margin, also signed and dated 1918 in the image, £425 inc

plate size approx. 242 x 180 mm (9.5 x 7 ins) framed and glazed . In original frame clean and perfect

One of the finest American etchers of the early twentieth century, J. W. Winkler was born in Austria settling in California early in life. Winkler studied under Frank van Sloun at the California Institute of Arts and published his first original etching in 1915. During the following eight years he established a large national reputation for his etchings, the great majority being depictions of San Francisco and its environs. By 1923 he had created 88 etchings, which were often compared to the work of Whistler, particularly the Whistler etchings found in the 'French Set' and 'Thames Set'. Like Whistler, John W. Winkler had the ability to capture life and movement with the utmost simplicity. One Winkler scholar wrote, "His technique is so eminently suited to all that he wished to express that it has been little modified during these ten years past. He makes no preparatory designs, sketches or tracings; his impatient nature at no time permits of his delaying from attacking the copper once he has found the motive of the composition. All his plates have been etched directly from nature, after long search and careful observation, in the bustle of the streets or amid the coming and going of the passers-by."

In 1923, John Winkler moved to Paris and resided in that city until 1930. During this time the artist produced etchings of Paris streets and its occupants as well as landscape views of Normandy and other provinces. Ferme, Normandie (Farm, Normandy) was commissioned by the Paris art journal, Gazette des Beaux-Arts, in 1924. It is a fine example of Winkler's masterful use of line and space. Returning to the United States, John Winkler became a full member of the Chicago Society of Etchers, the Brooklyn Society of Etchers and the American Society of Illustrators. In 1936 he was admitted into the prestigious National Academy of Design.



York Gate
Albany E.Howarth, (Watford, England, 1872 - 1936)Original Etching & Drypoint Engraving
Albany E. Howarth / Albany Howarth: English architectural and landscape etcher and water-colourist, he first worked as a drawing apprentice in the office of Armstrong, Whitworth. About 1905 he emerged as a major etcher and frequently exhibited at such major venues as the Fine Arts Society, the Royal Academy and with the Royal Engravers he was elected an Associate of the Royal Engravers in 1920. Image size 60 cm x 35 cm to include signature £205 posted much cheaper collected Newly reframed and mounted



The Guildhall Totnes Henry GeorgeWALKER, (1876-1932)


Etching in colours signed in pencil by Henry G walker matt burn from old framing but a delicate sensivtive study Henry George Walker was born in 1876 in the Birchfield area of Birmingham, where his father was in the coal trade. From 1897-1901 he attended the well-known Birmingham Municipal School of Art, now part of the University of Central England. He may have designed jewellery for a time after finishing his training there. By 1907 he was working as a freelance designer and commercial line artist from his own studio in his Birchfield home. The patriotic Bulldog in a naval cap probably represents one of his commercial commissions during the First World War, though it was used again at the beginning of the Second, several years after his death. A.ctive as an etcher from around 1921, when he first exhibited at the Royal Birmingham Society. To make a living, he concentrated on popular architectural and topographical plates in various combinations of soft-ground etching, dry-point, and aquatint, both coloured and monochrome. He moved to Babbacombe in Devon in 1929, and set up studio., the venture was cut short by his early death in 1932. £135 post inc in original frame/mounts labels to verso



R.C.Peter etching of Cows
Image 28 x 18 cm £165 inc delivery framed




Henry Clarence HARRIDGE etching ' Canterbury' 1937
Image 13 x 18 cm modern frame no defects. Henry Clarence HARRIDGE born 1908 A painter who studied at hornsea School of Art under John Moody and Norman James produced a number of very intricate etchings £85 inc delivery

Charles Herbert Clark (British, 1890)

Harrow School 2 £85 . . framed pencil signedHe specialised in semi architecural views of schools and colleges




Labrador ? 128/150 pencil signed in wash lined mount £185 delivered

Henry Wilkinson
, born 1921. An engraver very often of sporting subjects. Born in Bath in Somerset, his Father having been taught to paint by John Ruskin, eventually became the Headmaster of Winchester College of Art. It was whilst living in Winchester that the young Wilkinson learned the first skills of Gun Making, climbing out of the scullery window in the evenings to work, unknown to his farther, at the famous gunmakers 'Hamond of Winchester'. It was at Hammonds that he first became fascinated by engraving, learning from the craftsmen who decorated the metalwork on the hand-made firearms. Today Henry Wilkinson is one of the last remaining qualified Muzzle Loading' gun maker in the country

Following his early studies at Winchester College of Art, entrance was gained to the Royal College of Art in the Painting School. By hard work a place was also gained in the Engraving School, under Robert Austin R.A. and Malcolm Osborne MA. MBE, where he won the Royal British Institute Scholarship in Engraving. This gave him extra time at the college and enabled him to gain a traveling scholarship, as well as the diplomas. Study in Heidelberg, France and Italy followed. After the War he was elected to the Royal Society of Painters, Etchers & Engravers, ultimately as a counselor.

For many years he was professor of the Engraving School at the City and Guilds of London, a consultant to the Morris Singer Bronze Founders and a council member of the Royal Society of Painter Etchers. These appointments he has now relinquished.

While a student at the Royal College of Art Wilkinson was introduced to Harold Dickins by Sir Walter Lamb secretary to the R.A.. Dickins then introduced Wilkinson to George Vernon Stokes the famous canine artist and engraver, Wilkinson then helped Stokes print his editions until his death in 1954. It was only then that Wilkinson began to produce his original drypoints of Dogs and other Sporting Subjects. From origination, to hand engraving his metal plates and eventually printing and finishing the editions, the work is entirely his own. He even produces his own printing inks. Etchings . 110 x 100mm £195 each post inclusive

Clarence E. BLACKBURN, 1914-1984

A very architectural painter and etcher with no information at the moment other than the government owns a few of his works £195

Cyril Henry BARRAUD (1877-1940) £260

Windmill titled as to location but I cannot decipher it !

Canadian/British etcher Born in Barnes, England, in 1877, Barraud studied art and then worked as a commercial illustrator. His commercial work experience provided him with a clear understanding of design and composition, important factors that are apparent in his later work. In 1913, Barraud emigrated to Canada and in May 1915 enlisted in the Winnipeg Grenadiers. He went overseas in August that year with the 43rd Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force.He was with the battalion when it left for France in late February 1916. Eight months later he was wounded in the left leg, but recovered in time to return to France a few weeks before Christmas. The Canadian War Memorials Fund (CWMF) appointed him an official war artist on Nov. 1, 1917.

Long before his appointment, Barraud was busy sketching scenes along the front. Some of these works are the only depictions we have of the beautiful architecture that existed prior to the destructive forces of war. The artist filled seven sketchbooks, completing more than 300 images. Many of the paintings and etchings he created for the CWMF were constructed from these drawings.The inevitable destruction of these locations is as carefully rendered as the original idylic settings. The colours of mud and rubble have crept into much of this work, and add to its elegance. His etchings are printed in browns, greys and sepias. Even his paintings have a subdued palette. Barraud retired from service at the end of August 1919. He died in England in 1965,

Andrew F. AFFLECK,( 1869-1935) £220
Venice Byway

Affleck was an Ayr painter and etcher who specialised in architectural subjects,ranked with Hedley Fitton and Axel Haig,also produced a few landscape and topographical scenes. He was of Scottish origin but settled in London having spent a lot of time travelling extensively and living for long periods in England, Belgium, France and Spain. Affleck etched many views in England, Holland, Italy, Belgium and in America. Around 1910 Affleck moved permanently to France and some of his finest art deals with French buildings and their interiors. Today, the largest collections of Affleck's original etchings are housed in the British Museum, London.

Andrew F. AFFLECK,( 1869-1935) £180

European market

Affleck was an Ayr painter and etcher who specialised in architectural subjects,ranked with Hedley Fitton and Axel Haig,also produced a few landscape and topographical scenes. He was of Scottish origin but settled in London having spent a lot of time travelling extensively and living for long periods in England, Belgium, France and Spain. Affleck etched many views in England, Holland, Italy, Belgium and in America. Around 1910 Affleck moved permanently to France and some of his finest art deals with French buildings and their interiors. Today, the largest collections of Affleck's original etchings are housed in the British Museum, London.

Joseph Benwell Clark (1857-1938)

Joseph Benwell Clark was born in Cerne Abbas in 1857. He became an artist working in London, painting and teaching at the Slade amongst other activities. In the 1920s he was able to return to live in Cerne at Barnwells with his brother and sister till he died in 1938. He made the front door: at top left he carved his initials and at top right the Nag's Head, recalling the name by which for centuries the house was known when it was a pub. portrait probably of Rodin Contemporary to the Legros etching £125 Incorrect mount just to protect page

Walter William Burgess died 1908 etcher; exhibited at the Royal Society of Etchers 92 times and the Royal Academy 19 times He worked mainly between 1880 and 1906 and produced a series of local London plates between 1902 & 1906 Chichester £140 framed glazed signed in pencil and the plate

Percy Thomas £105 lived 1846 to 19222 Portrait, landscape and architectural painter and etcher. Studied under Whistler, Augusta Delatre and the Royal Academy Schools. Shown at the Royal Academy 21 times and the Royal Society of Etchers 136 timesBritish, He was a painter and etcher. His brother Ralph was a law partner of James Whistler's solicitor J. A. Rose. His other brother Edmund was a dealer and print publisher at 39 Old Bond Street in London. His etched work covered portraits, landscapes, genre and architectural subjects. He studied under Whistler and Delatre in Paris and at the Royal Academy Schools. His marine and river scenes are highly evocative of Whistler's and his prodigious technique in etching is frequntly compared very favourably to Whistler's. He assisted Whistler in preparing a number of his plates


Estuary Greenodd ( ie Lakes nr Ulverston)

Sam Hartley BRAITHWAITE, £110 Landscape painter and etchers b 1883 in Egremont studied Bournemouth Exhibited 1932 to 1937



Chichester Cross, Hampshire signed in pencil by Herbert George HAMPTON, (1873-1936) £135 mounted

Andalusian Cats by Carl Mayen £92



Francis Wells exh 1897-1938 Portrait and landscape painter studied at the Slade and Royal Academy Schools;Lived Milton Abbas , Dorset, Ex Royal Academy 8 times £140 framed glazed signed in pencil

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Henry George RUSHBURY, (1889-1968) " Horseguards "
Born in 1880, Sir Henry George Rushbury gained a scholarship to Birmingham, School of Art at the age of thirteen, studying silversmithing and stained glass design. In 1912 he moved to London, where he met Francis Todd who taught him the techniques of drypoint and etching. In 1964 Rushbury was knighted for his services to the arts." Horseguards " Drypoint etching framed £140 reduced as slightly sunned


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