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Charles Holroyd R.E.
Potternewton, Leeds 1861 – 1917 Weybridge

Angle Tarn

Charles Holroyd, Angle Tarn. Original etching, 1910.

Angle Tarn
Dodgson 257 (Holroyd Opus 262)
227 x 352 mm
Original etching, 1910.
Signed in pencil and annotated 1st state.
Title in pencil at the foot of the sheet.
Undescribed first state of two, before the figure of a man sitting on the bank of the lake.
Printed in brown-black ink on cream laid paper watermarked O.W.P&A.C.L.


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Additional Information about the Print

In the second state, exhibited at the R.E. 1910.

Angle Tarn is considered one of the most beautiful spots in the Lake District. Alfred Wainwright described it as “among the best of Lakeland tarns”.

Holroyd greatly enjoyed walking in the Lake District and the subjects of his plates of the Lakeland are usually of remote places only reachable on foot.

Provenance: by descent from the artist to his widow Lady Holroyd; to their son Michael; to Michael’s godson.