Martin Hardie RE (1875–1952) - Early 20th Century Etching, Sunlight On The Shack
A fine etching showing a brightly lit seaside shack with figures working around it by a boat. The artist has signed to the lower right.
The etching is presented in a glazed, light wood frame with an off white card mount.On laid.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. The frame has some scuffs to the surface.
14 x 23cm (5.5" x 9.1")Framed Size: 34 x 41.5cm (13.4" x 16.3")
Martin Hardie RE (1875-1952) personal output included watercolours, nearly 200 prints and 25 sketchbooks. His first exhibition was in 1908 at the Royal Academy. He was a full member both of the Royal Engravers and the Royal Watercolour Society, and was awarded a CBE for his contribution to British art.
James Laver who worked under Hardie at the V & A called him 'the most considerate of chiefs, the most helpful of guides, the most delightful of friends' and said 'his is a refined and delicate talent founded upon good draftsmanship and an exquisite sense of atmosphere'.
|Artist||Martin Hardie RE (1875–1952)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||14 x 23cm|
|Subject||Seascape & Coastal|
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