Michael Oelman (b. 1941) - 20th Century Etching, The River Cherwell, Oxford XI
DescriptionA charming and vibrant etching of a river landscape with a bridge, by the artist Michael Oelman. Signed in the lower right hand corner with an inscription in the lower left corner that reads ' River Cherwell, Oxford 57/125'. Signed and dated and inscribed. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some minor discolouration. Generally in good condition.
30.9 x 44.2cm (12.2" x 17.4")Sheet: 47.7 x 59.5cm (18.8" x 23.4") Plate: 32.7 x 45.3cm (12.9" x 17.8")
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Michael Oelman was a printmaker, born in Llandudno, Wales. He studied at Reading University, 1960-64 and at Central School of Arts & Crafts and the Slade School of Art, 1964-65. In 1966 he won a French Government Scholarship and 1969 travelled to the Far East. By 1970 he had exhibited at the Stedlijk Museum, Amsterdam, followed by an exhibition at the Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool in the same year. He has etchings in the collection of Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum, ACGB and the Tate Gallery.
Oxford, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom
|Artist||Michael Oelman (b. 1941)|
|Dimensions||30.9 x 44.2cm|
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