Albany E. Howarth ARE (1872-1936) - Signed Etching, Craigmillar Castle
DescriptionA striking etching showing Craigmillar castle in Scotland by listed British painter and printmaker Albany E. Howarth ARE (1872-1936). Well presented in a card mount and simple gilt effect frame. Signed and inscribed. On wove.
There is some discolouration to the page and a minor foxing spot to the centre of the page. With scattered foxing to the mount and losses to the corners of the frame, as shown.
24.2 x 34.1cm (9.5" x 13.4")Framed Size: 41.6 x 54.2cm (16.4" x 21.3")
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Albany E. Howarth ARE (1872-1936) was a painter, copperplate etcher and printmaker born in Durham, whose speciality was topographical Gothic architecture which he achieved with some success. His first job was working in the drawing offices of Armstrong Mitchell of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Armstrong Mitchell was the largest employer in the area, manufacturing armaments, ships, locomotives, automobiles and aircraft. He worked there for about four years but then began travelling extensively around England and the Continent. He worked for a while illustrating various papers and periodicals in the North of England. In 1909 he published a set of 12 etchings of Oxford University Colleges and followed this up in 1910 with a set of 7 etchings focusing on the Cambridge University Colleges. In 1912 he spent about half a year in Venice where he produced many drawings, including The Doge’s Palace, Piazza San Marco, The Bridge of Sighs, Ca D’Oro, Canale Albrizzi, Palazzo Dario, The Grand Canal and The Rialto Bridge. Howarth was elected an Associate of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers in 1910 and held a solo exhibition two years later, at Dowdeswell and Dowdeswell. He also exhibited at Agnew's.
|Artist||Albany E. Howarth ARE (1872-1936)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||24.2 x 34.1cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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