Arthur James Turrell RE (1871-1940) - 1918 Etching, Amiens Cathedral
DescriptionA detailed etching by the English artist Arthur James Turrell (1871-1940), depicting Amiens Cathedral in France. Signed in pencil to the lower right corner, below the plate line. Published In London in July 1918 by W.R. Howell & Co. The etching has been laid down to backing board. Signed.
Main image is in fine condition. Paper remnants present to outer edges, probably from previous mount.
43.9 x 34.4cm (17.3" x 13.5")Sheet: 50.4 x 39.2cm (19.8" x 15.4") Plate: 45.5 x 35.3cm (17.9" x 13.9")
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Arthur James Turrell (1871-1940) was a painter and etcher born in St. John's Wood, London, the son of Arthur Turrell (1847-1898) a Loddon, Norfolk born etcher. Turrell junior studied in London and Paris and exhibited views of Italy and Spain. The venues included the RA, GI, Walker Art Gallery and the RE who elected him and Associate in 1916. He died in Willesden Green, London.
30, Place Notre Dame, Amiens, Somme, Hauts-de-France, France, 80000
|Artist||Arthur James Turrell RE (1871-1940)|
|Dimensions||43.9 x 34.4cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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