A fine print, titled "The Mill" by George Mackley (1900- 1983). I believe this is in fact, called "Broken Willow" and featured in "Engraved in the Wood" by Mackley, published in 1968. Beautifully offered in its period frame which measures 39 x 33cm.
Born in Tonbridge, Kent, George Mackley was educated at the Judd School, Tonbridge. He trained as a teacher of art at the Goldsmiths' College, London, specializing in painting and etching. In 1935, Mackley learned basic wood engraving technique from Noel Rooke and from that moment embraced wood engraving as the perfect complement to his career as an educator, affording as it did an outlet for his meticulous approach to art within the time constraints imposed by his primary obligations. His masterful wood engravings are among the finest of the mid-twentieth century. His Wood Engraving, published in 1948, remains one of the leading manuals on the engraver's technique.
I have been dealing in art and antiques for 30 years . Most of the pictures I offer have been examined out of their frames where applicable. I am also a professional framer and often re mount works using only conservation standard mountboard. I often sell them in a ready to hang state. You can buy from me with confidence .