Michael Chaplin RE (b.1943) - 20th Century Etching, The Molly Rose
DescriptionA fine etching by the listed British artist Michael Chaplin RE (b.1943), depicting the Molly Rose fishing boat during low tide. Chaplin has produced a crisp and delicately coloured work, with an emphasis on the rustic qualities of the machinery and boat. With artist's proof. Signed. On wove.
Overall the condition is very good. With some minor
28.3 x 37cm (11.1" x 14.6")Sheet: 42 x 52.9cm (16.5" x 20.8")
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Michael Chaplin is a printmaker born at St. Neots in Huntingdonshire in 1943. He studied graphic design at Watford College of Art, 1961-64. After a three year period of teaching, he went on to develop his printmaking skills by enrolling for a postgraduate course at Brighton College of Art, 1967-68. Since then, he has lectured on printmaking at various Art colleges & Polytechnics. Chaplin is a regular exhibitor at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition as well as the Royal Watercolour Society open exhibition.
He was elected an Associate of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers in 1968. Having served as honorary secretary for three years he is now vice-president. He was elected an Associate of the RWS in 1993 and has written an encyclopaedia on Watercolour Techniques. He has work in public and private collections which include Daily Express and King Constantine of the Hellenes.
|Artist||Michael Chaplin RE (b.1943)|
|Dimensions||28.3 x 37cm|
|Subject||Seascape & Coastal|
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