Percy Robertson A.R.E (1868-1934) - Original Etching, Brig O'Balgownie
DescriptionAn exquisite representation of the Scottish landscape, signed and titled within the plate. inscribed to the lower left of the page. On watermarked laid.
With some light foxing spots around the left side of the plate line and a lot number sticker below, as shown in photos.
12.2 x 18.4cm (4.8" x 7.2")Sheet: 20 x 26cm (7.9" x 10.2") Plate: 12.5 x 19.2cm (4.9" x 7.6")
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Painter and printmaker born in Bellagio, Italy, Percy Robertson was the son of an accomplished painter and engraver Charles Robertson, (1844-1891). Educated at Charterhouse, Percy Robertson was a talented watercolour landscape painter and very capable etcher being elected a member of the Royal Society of Painter Etchers and Engravers in 1908. It was about this time that he executed a series of approximately 200 views of the Thames from Oxford to Kingston on Thames. Robertson exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy and at the RE who elected him an Associate in 1887 and a Member in 1908. He was also a member and exhibitor at the Norfolk & Norwich Art Circle and at the Ipswich Art Club, 1895-1905. Three of his works were displayed at the Centenary Exhibition in 1974. The Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio has examples of his etchings.
Aberdeen, Aberdeen City, Scotland, United Kingdom
|Artist||Percy Robertson A.R.E (1868-1934)|
|Date||Early 20th Century|
|Dimensions||12.2 x 18.4cm|
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