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TUG BOAT IN A STORM

Etched by Robert Currie

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

A very fine original 19th century untitled etching of a tug boat struggling through stormy seas, as published in Hamerton's definitive work on the art form.

Robert Currie (fl.1880-85) was a renowned Scottish marine artist based in Perthshire.

Fine, clean condition, free of repairs or restoration, printed on robust heavy grade laid paper, blank verso.

Approx. 9.5" x 6" (235mm x 155mm) to the plate mark with good margins beyond.

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

T981121

Specifications

Brand
Lindisfarne prints
Condition
Used

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TUG BOAT IN A STORM Robert Currie etching original maritime antique print 1880

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