Thames Tug I, circa 1910

£135.00

Etching, 17 x 18 cm.

12 in stock

DESCRIPTION

Provenance:
The Artist’s Estate; Private collection

A small, posthumous edition of prints has been pulled posthumously from the original copper plate on Arches paper 250 g/m².

Edgar Maybery, best known for his etchings, often views of historic buildings and bridges, in London and Wales, studied  at the South Kensington School, and by his mid thirties he was a member of the Royal Cambrian Society and the Royal West of England Academy.
He worked under other names including Miller and Stanton, probably to circumnavigate exclusive contractual agreements.
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