Etchings.3 .

     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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 Alms for the Love of Allah
  Lithograph on tinted paper pencil signed of a quotation from the book The Sheik (1919 )so suspect 1920's. Laid to card will look loads better with a paler double mount and frame  £185 inc delivery as needs to come flat . Also rather rare as anything Glasgow Girls (act. 1880–1920) is rare .  De Courcy Lewthwaite Dewar (1878–1959), metalwork designer, was born on 12 February 1878 in Kandy, Ceylon, the daughter of a tea planter, John Lewthwaite Dewar, and his wife, Amelia Cochran. Her unusual first name had been passed down through several generations in her family, by whom she was known as Kooroovi, the Tamil word for a small bird. She was one of three surviving daughters of the family. From 1891 until 1908 or 1909 she studied part-time at the Glasgow School of Art. Her enamel and metalwork, which included jewellery, clock surrounds, mirror surrounds, plaques, caskets, buttons, and sconces, was frequently illustrated in The Studio. She also painted, engraved, and produced designs for bookplates, calendars, tea-room menus, and cards, as well as costumes for masques. For thirty-eight years Dewar taught design in the metalwork department of the school, during some of that period with Peter Wylie Davidson, in whose Applied Design in the Precious Metals (1929) her Presentation Casket (c.1910; Glasgow Society of Women Artists, on loan to Glasgow Museums and Art Galleries) is illustrated. ‘Dewar's enamel and graphic work is characterized by strong colour and vigorous outline and the Glasgow Style designs from her student and tutorial phase gradually evolved to a more geometric and boldly coloured Czechoslovakian folk-art influenced style’ (Burkhauser, 163). She was president of the Society of Lady Artists' Club, whose history she wrote (privately printed, 1950). Her sketchbooks of c.1895–1910 (priv. coll.), letters, and journals provide ‘a rare account of a woman designer of the Glasgow Style era’ (ibid.). Dewar was involved with the women's suffrage movement, for whom she designed bookplates, programmes, and calendars. She compiled files on women artists for the National Council of Women in London providing biographical information and reproductions of works. She did not marry and lived with her sister, Katharine, at 15 Woodside Terrace, Glasgow, until her death there on 24 November 1959.


whydale Ernest Herbert Whydale 1886 to 1952 ARE, SGA.Born at Elland, Yorkshire. Landscape painter and etcher who studied in London and produced more than forty plates between 1913 and 1931 dealing with country life. E. H. Whydale studied art in both Birmingham and St. Leonards-on-Sea. Elected an associate Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers in 1920 and exhibited twenty-six works there as well as thirty-four at the Royal Academy, one at the Royal Scottish Academy and fifty-eight at Connell & Sons Gallery. He focuses primarily on rural life. Scenes of ploughing, carting, farming and country markets and fairs figure prominently in his work. Especially in his etchings, Whydale brilliantly captured the fast disappearing English countryside He also illustrated a few books - Ponies and Holidays by Mary GERVAISE,illus Whydale, E.Herbert pub : London; Lutterworth;, 1950. h/b; vg; 8vo; 160pp; 1st ed. Ponies in Clover by Mary GERVAISE,illus Whydale, E.Herbert pub : London; Lutterworth;, 1950. h/b; vg; 8vo; 160pp; 1st ed.   A Pony of Your Own by Mary GERVAISE,illus Whydale, E.Herbert pub : London; Lutterworth;, 1950's The Marvellous Adventures of Percy Pig by Rodney: Bennett, illus. by Whydale, E. Herbert pub University of London Press 1942 THE OLD NURSE'S STOCKING-BASKET;by Eleanor Farjeon, With illustrations by E. Herbert Whydale. ["Whitcombe's story books, no. 342"].University of London Press, London, 1948. (Reprint of the 1931 first edition).


 

Rural Scene Girl with a Hoe Image size 365 x 235 mm full borders/full page no blemishes perfect mounted and matted c 1930 £145
 

 Ploughmans rest
Ernest Herbert Whydale 1886 to 1952 ARE, SGA.Born at Elland, Yorkshire. Landscape painter and etcher who studied in London and produced more than forty plates between 1913 and 1931 dealing with country life. E. H. Whydale studied art in both Birmingham and St. Leonards-on-Sea. Elected an associate Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers in 1920 and exhibited twenty-six works there as well as thirty-four at the Royal Academy, one at the Royal Scottish Academy and fifty-eight at Connell & Sons Gallery. He focuses primarily on rural life. Scenes of ploughing, carting, farming and country markets and fairs figure prominently in his work. Especially in his etchings, Whydale brilliantly captured the fast disappearing English countryside  £205 inc  pencil signed annotated numbered 10 framed/gazed early frame etc


Roland Svensson ( January 18, 1910 - July 31, 2003), Tristan da Cunha Series ./The Helmsman /Styrman colour print signed/framed

He was a Swedish painter, writer, graphic artist, illustrator of books and stamps. His inspiration was the islets and skerries around the Stockholm archipelago , Scotland and distant islands such as the Orkney, Shetland, Hebrides and Tristan da Cunha. £210 framed inc delivery



Girginti
by William Strang " also referred to as Girgenti" 1914. drypoint. Etching pencil signed in margin,31 x 45.5cms.William Strang (3 February 1859-12 April 1921) was a renowned Scottish painter and engraver.
He was born at Dumbarton, the son of Peter Strang, builder, and educated at the Dumbarton Academy. He worked for fifteen months in the counting-house of a firm of shipbuilders before going to London in 1875 when he was sixteen. There he studied art under Alphonse Legros at the Slade School for six years. Strang became assistant master in the etching class, and had great success as an etcher. He was one of the original members of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers, and his work was a part of their first exhibition in 1881.He worked in many manners, etching, dry point, mezzotint, sand-ground mezzotint, and burin engraving. Lithography and wood-cutting were also used by him to create pictures. He cut a large wood engraving of a man ploughing, later published by the Art for Schools Association. A privately produced catalogue of his engraved work contained more than three hundred items. £185 inc delivery from a folio never framed x 4 copies all unframed some with slight edge fraying from folio






Lukasz ROGINSKI, 1
(Active by 1960 to c 1990 ) Polish Printmaker. Worked: Poland. Linocuts and etchings; large Circular signed etching Framed £105 posted unglazed sorry pics for these taken in electric light hence the pink tone Due to the fact they are very light frames******these will be sent unframed as the frame style is unsuited to postingand arriving ie seriously cheap frames


Lukasz ROGINSKI, 2
(Active by 1960 to c 1990 ) Polish Printmaker. Worked: Poland. Linocuts and etchings; large Circular signed etching Framed £105


Lukasz ROGINSKI, 3
(Active by 1960 to c 1990 ) Polish Printmaker. Worked: Poland. Linocuts and etchings; large Circular signed etching Framed £105


Léon Augustin LHERMITTE, (1844-1925) Les laveuses A great French painter and etcher of the late nineteenth century, Leon L'Hermitte was born in 1844 and was still executing works in the French rural tradition at his death in 1925, 1863 Went to Paris and became a student at the Petite Ecole
 1874 Lhermitte won a third-class medal in the Salon for his painting The Harvest 1881 The Tavern, exhibited in the Salon 1890 Founding member of the Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts 1894 Officer of the Legion d'honneur Lhermitte showed artistic talent at a young age and his upbringing in the rural village of Mont Saiint-Père in Picardie provided him with the subjects and landscapes that would become the staples of his oeuvre. In 1863 left his home for the Petit Ecole in Paris where he studied with Horace Lecocq de Boisbaudran. It was in that studio that he formed a life-long friendship with Cazin and became acquainted with Legros, Fantin-Latour, and Rodin. He made his debut at the Salon of 1864 where his charcoal drawings revealed that he had a profound sense for nature. His first work, Bords de Marne près d'Alfort, caused a sensation. Lhermitte soon gained a reputation for being as capable with oils as with pastel and charcoal. For his entries, he won a third prize medal in 1874, a second prize medal in 1880, and a Grand Prize award at the Exposition Universelle in 1889. One year later, he was awarded a Diploma of Honour at Dresden. Lhermitte was awarded the Legion of Honour in 1884, was made an officer in 1894 and a commander in 1911. He was elected a member of the Institute in 1905. In 1890 he was one of the founding members of the Société National des Beaux-Arts, of which he was later elected Vice-President. Lhermitte was born during a time that heralded a vast change in the urban and rural landscapes of France. The country was speeding into the modern world as urban spaces became more dense, industrialized, and teeming with activity. France was divided between a more educated, progressive North and a rural South of farm and field laborers. People rarely travelled between the regions and, as Paris became more and more cosmopolitan, Parisians progressively saw the south as a bucolic idyll frozen in time and impervious to change. Urban townspeople imagined rural field-hands as robust, diligent peasant workers, too philistine for the metropolitan world. The urban elite increasingly used stereotypes of the countryside for their own agendas, creating a form of induced romantic nostalgia. As the cities rapidly processed advances in industry and dealt with a burgeoning population, many artists and writers used images to convince urban citizens to view the rural south as a land romantically caught in the past. The peasants were a reminder of life before the industrialised city, a seemingly unchanging people of the earth. A leading member of the school of Social Realism, Lhermitte painted almost exclusively, scenes taken from rural life. The most profound influence upon his work was certainly Jean François Millet, the creator of the Angelus and many other remarkable works, yet, contrary to this, he clearly remained true to his original style of creating beautiful, light-filled pictures in the Barbizon tradition. Lhermitte adopted early on the method of peinture claire similar to that of the Impressionists, except in a more traditionally academic style. He was a talented artist, much respected by his peers, who was also quite commercially successful. Van Gogh wrote of him: "He is the absolute master of the figure, he does what he likes with it - proceeding neither from the colour nor the local tone but rather from the light - as Rembrandt did - there is an astonishing mastery in everything he does, above all excelling in modelling, he perfectly satisfies all that honesty demands." Lhermitte continued to create works in the French rural tradition until his death in 1925, the last survivor in an illustrious group of artists.

"The Fish Market,St Malo " signed in plate £150 rare mounted


"The Washerwomen," signed in plate £150 rare mounted
Adolph Larsen (Danish, 1872-1927)

 

Maine Seascape etching
by Otis S Weber Ostis S Weber Us sea , sailing ship other marine painter active 1887 to 1910 by works found. He is well represented in USa galleries and museums but seems to have produced few etchings He was part of an art colony at Monhegan Island (a mere mile wide by two miles long),> twelve miles off the mid-Maine coast, so in all probability this is of that area,. In original oak and gilts filet frame unopened but has a few woodworm holes to the mount ( not the pic). Will be posted without the glass for safety £95 inc delivery . . see http://www.tfaoi.com/aa/6aa/6aa69.htm


Town of Autun in the Burgundy region, also known as Bourgogne, etching by Marjorie Williams dated 1928


This is a town that basks in its Roman origins. Several of the ancient gateways into the town still exist - Porte d'Arroux, built in the 1st century and Porte St-André, the 4th century gateway. After the Romans conquered Bibracte from the Gauls, Emperor Augustus set up his headquarters here in the 1st century, calling the town Augustodunum. It grew in prosperity, controlling the Agrippa Way along the trade route from Lyon to Boulogne. Augustus built the largest Roman Amphitheatre of its time, seating up to 20,000 spectators and the remains can still be seen today, with summer spectaculars performed there each year celebrating past glories. Mount is filthy glass ditto pic superb

The Lady Fencer Paul Léon JAZET (1848-1918)Paul-Leon Jazet: A French painter and etcher of military scenes and portraits, Paul-Leon Jazet studied art in Paris, under Barrias. He first exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1869 and shortly thereafter established an international reputation with exhibitions in both England and the United States.signed in plate and dated 1884 large format of lady fencer with a group of soldiers and circus performers. Image size 32 x 24 cm some slight age toning and an edge tear well out of plate area £65


German Townscape

Paul GEISSLER (1881-1965) A German painter and etcher of landscapes and city views, Paul Geissler studied art in Weimar under Max Thedy. For most of his career, Geissler lived and worked in the city of Munich.
During the 1920's and 1930's Paul Geissler's etchings reached an international reputation. He etched views in France, Spain, Italy and England and in 1929, he was commissioned by the city of New York to depict some of the principal buildings in a series of etchings. Due to poor German the title is shown Signed and dated in plate and in pencil 1920 £55 inc




Ville d'Avray
Edouard Levy MONTEFIORE (1820-1894) French landscape dated 1880 £25



Maud F Sharp Indian Vista pencil signed 12 .5 x 19 cm
Exh 1931 to 1940 lived in Bickley then Chiselhurst Kent . R.A.2 £45



"Scuola di S Marco, Venice" by A Simes £50 framed and glazed in original frame unopened. This is better than many of Simes simple line etchings


Munster by ? Gorr????? £25 actually a quality work


Tomás FABREGAT GARCIA, (XX) Etching or woodblock in colours old repaired tear to top edge and int sky area , signed in pencil £40


Andalusian Cats by Carl Mayen £92


Galleon by A RaddXXXXXXXXXXXmore ie another dreadful illegible squiggle on India paper signed and numbered 2 £105


£35 signed in pencil.
imagesize 225mm x 155mm... frame size 326 x 378mm; framed / glazed etc Paul Duffray?? signed etching of "Notre Dame" Paris
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