Frederick Arthur Farrell (1882-1935) - Framed Etching, Changing the Guards
DescriptionA charming original etching stamped and signed in pencil below the plateline, showing the changing of the guards in London. Well presented in a double card mount and elegant wood frame. With printed biographical detail of the artist fixed to the reverse. On wove.
With very light surface dirt to the print. Overall the appearance is very good.
24 x 34.2cm (9.4" x 13.5")Framed Size: 42.5 x 57.4cm (16.7" x 22.6")
Etcher and painter of portraits and topographical subjects. He was largely self-taught but did receive some assistance from his friend Muirhead Bone. He probably saw active service in World War I as he produced some authoritative watercolours of the Battle of Ypres in 1917 and he also assisted with illustrations of the 51st Highland Division War Sketches in 1920. He also etched views of London, Glasgow, Paris and other European cities some of which were shown at the RA, RSA, GI, Connell and Sons and at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. His work is in the collections of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow and Paisley Art Gallery.
London, London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
|Artist||Frederick Arthur Farrell (1882-1935)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||24 x 34.2cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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