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Thomas Creswick R.A.   
Sheffield 1811 – 1869 Bayswater, London

A landscape painter, Creswick was amongst the earliest of British artists to paint directly from nature in the open air. He had settled in London in 1836 and was a foundation member of The Etching Club in 1838. Light permeates his earliest etchings and in this respect he anticipates Palmer’s approach.

The Overshot Mill | Thomas Creswick | Etching | Elizabeth Harvey-Lee

The Overshot Mill
142 x 124 mm

Etching. Published state. Issued in Etchings for the Art Union of London by the Etching Club, 1857. Edition of 500. Lettered with Creswick’s name and the plate number (12). Fine impression on cream laid india paper on wove. The outer edges of the wove sheet time stained, slight foxing in the margins behind the mount.


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Issued in Etchings for the Art Union of London by the Etching Club, 1857.