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A. Watson Turnbull (1874-1957) - Early 20th Century Etching, Salisbury Cathedral



A charming etching depicting Salisbury Cathedral from across the lake. The artwork is signed on the plate as well as un graphite underneath the plate lines. Well presented in a thin black wood frame with a cream mount. On wove.


The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration.


16.7 x 24.2cm (6.6" x 9.5")
Framed Size: 46 x 52.3cm (18.1" x 20.6")

Artist Biography

Andrew Watson Turnbull (1874-1957) was a painter, etcher, and stained glass designer born in Edinburgh. He attended the Royal College of Art, 1895-96, and the Royal Academy Schools, 1897-1902. He showed at the Fine Art Society, Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, Royal Academy of Arts, Royal Scottish Academy, and Walker Art Gallery. He worked in conjunction with architect Matthew Montgomerie Ochterlony and assisted with stained glass designs for St Mark's Episcopal Church, Portobello, Edinburgh, St Peter's Episcopal Church, and Rectory in Montrose, and in 1933 at the St Cuthbert's Episcopal Church, Colinton, Edinburgh. There is a drawing by Turnbull in the National Portrait Gallery.

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Code qg354
Artist A. Watson Turnbull (1874-1957)
Date Early 20th Century
Dimensions 16.7 x 24.2cm
Medium Etching
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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