Donald Wilkinson - A Pair of 20th Century Aquatints, A Grasmere Journal
DescriptionAn atmospheric pair of aquatints by the artist Donald Wilkinson, entitled 'A Grasmere Journal' after the journal by Dorothy Wordsworth. Both are well-presented in pink fluted wooden frames, as shown. Signed and inscribed. On wove.
Both works are in very good condition. One of the prints has fallen slightly in its frame, as shown. The frames are in fine condition.
40 x 47cm (15.7" x 18.5")Framed Size: 68 x 74cm (26.8" x 29.1")
Donald Wilkinson was a painter and printmaker born in Keswick in Cumbria who studied at Carlisle College of Art, 1953-57 and at the Royal College of Art, 1959-62, where he was awarded the Andrew J. Lloyd scholarship for Landscape. His other awards include the Giles Bequest, British International Print Biennale, 1974 and the Krakow International Print Biennale, Poland in 1980. He has shown solo at several locations in the UK and abroad including Manchester Central Library, 2001 and at Tullie House Art Gallery, Carlisle.
His work mainly focuses the landscape of the Lake District and is noted for light effects and is held in collections that include Victoria & Albert Museum, Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, Arts Council of Great Britain, British Council, Glasgow Art Gallery, National Library of Scotland, Plymouth Art Gallery, Sheffield Art Gallery, Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Royal Bank of Scotland, Northumberland County Council, North Sea Ferries and the Yale Centre of British Art, Newhaven, USA.
|Dimensions||40 x 47cm|
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