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NORTH DOCK

Etched by Matthew White Ridley

Published by Macmillan, London 1880 in "Etching and Etchers" by Philip Gilbert Hamerton

A finely crafted original 19th century etching of sailing ships in the North Dock, Seaham Harbour.

Hamerton used examples from the very finest etchers of the day to illustrate his definitive work on the art form.

Fine condition other than very minor spotting in the outer margins, printed area unaffected, free of repairs or restoration.

A crisp, dark impression printed on robust hand laid paper, blank verso.

Approx. 8" x 5" (205mm x 130mm) to the platemark with margins beyond.

Matthew White Ridley (1837-88) was an English painter and etcher born in Newcastle upon Tyne.

He later moved to London where he established a successful art school in Chiswick.

He was a close associate of J.M.Whistler and exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy.

A GENUINE ANTIQUE PRINT GUARANTEED OVER 140 YEARS OLD FROM LINDISFARNE PRINTS

T931121E

Specifications

Brand
Lindisfarne prints
Condition
Used

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SEAHAM HARBOUR, DURHAM, North Dock M.Ridley maritime etching antique print 1880

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