Henry George Walker (1876-1932): coloured etching of fishing boats in harbour ca.1920s (1 of 4)
Henry George Walker (1876-1932): coloured etching of fishing boats in harbour ca.1920s (2 of 4)
Henry George Walker (1876-1932): coloured etching of fishing boats in harbour ca.1920s (3 of 4)
Henry George Walker (1876-1932): coloured etching of fishing boats in harbour ca.1920s (4 of 4)
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Henry George Walker (1876-1932): coloured etching of fishing boats in harbour ca.1920s

REF: P1705 / LA332770
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Description
A hand coloured etching by Henry George Walker ca. 1920s, showing fishing boats in harbour -possibly Tenby. Printed on beige paper. Signed lower right and on the plate. 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 then worked from home as a freelance designer and commercial line artist. He was active as an etcher from around 1921, when he first exhibited at the Royal Birmingham Society and concentrated mainly on architectural and topographical subjects in the South West.

measurements

Height:
41 cm
Width:
50 cm

declaration

Art & Stuff has clarified that the Henry George Walker (1876-1932): coloured etching of fishing boats in harbour ca.1920s (LA332770) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1920s

condition

Very good. Presented in a mottled black frame with gilding to inner edge and line washed mount.

additional info

Period:
1920s
Material:
Paper
Origin:
British
Artisan:
-
Date of Manufacture:
1920s

delivery

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location

This Henry George Walker (1876-1932): coloured etching of fishing boats in harbour ca.1920s is located in ABINGDON, United Kingdom

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