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Thomas Charles Farrer - 1886 Etching, Figures on the River

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Thomas Charles Farrer - Original 1886 Etching. Also signed in plate. Signed. On wove. Some creasing to paper, with a repaired tear on lower edge.

British-born Thomas Charles Farrer (1839-1891) produced painstaking, minutely observed images, reflecting the writings of John Ruskin, the influential critic who valued "truth to nature" above all other aesthetic qualities. Mount Tom was painted in the summer of 1865 when Farrer and his wife visited the Connecticut River Valley near Northampton, Massachusetts, a popular destination for nineteenth-century travellers in search of picturesque landscape.

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33.5 x 54cm (13.2" x 21.3")
Sheet: 53.3 x 74cm (21" x 29.1")
Plate: 38 x 58cm (15" x 22.8")

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Code nb282
Artist Thomas Charles Farrer
Date 1886
Dimensions 33.5 x 54cm
Medium Etching
Style Realism
Subject Landscape
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