Graham Barry Clilver FRSA (1883-1959) - Etching, Pulteey Bridge, Bath
DescriptionA delightful hand coloured etching by the listed artist Graham Barry Clilver FRSA (1883-1959). Depicting the famous Pulteney Bridge in Bath, UK. Signed. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and minor discolouration.
20.4 x 26.5cm (8" x 10.4")Sheet: 27.9 x 36.5cm (11" x 14.4")
Etcher of detailed topographical prints including “The Spires of Oxford” published in 1932. He studied at the Central School of Arts & Crafts and exhibited at RSA, RA, RBA, RCamA, Redfern Gallery, RE, Alpine Gallery and Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. During the World War I Clilverd served as a camouflage artist and his first published drypoint engravings and etchings date from 1929. During the following eight years he created forty-nine prints dealing with architectural subjects in Britain, Italy, France and Belgium. All were published in London by Connell & Sons in editions ranging from sixty to one hundred and fifty impressions. Clilverd's grand architectural depictions earned him election as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He has watercolours of World War I in the collection of Hove Museum & Art Gallery.
Bath, Bath, Bath and North East Somerset, England, United Kingdom
|Artist||Graham Barry Clilver FRSA (1883-1959)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||20.4 x 26.5cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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