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William Walcot R.E., Hon.R.I.B.A.  
(Odessa 1874 – 1943 Ditchling, Sussex)

The Tyne

The Tyne | William Walcot | Etching & Drypoint | Elizabeth harvey-Lee | E H-L 100

The Tyne
EH-L 100. 147 x 198 mm. Etching and drypoint, 1922. Signed in pencil. One of the five plates comprising The Arteries of Great Britain, edition of 425. Printed in brown-black ink, with selectively wiped plate tone, on cream wove paper.


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View looking down on the open Swing Bridge, from the High Level Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne. Timber and coal being carried by boat.

The other four titles in the 1922 “The Arteries of Great Britain” series are:

  • The Thames (EH-L 99)
    (The Port of London from the Surrey side, looking towards the Customs House)
  • The Forth (EH-L 101)
    (With the Forth Bridge, a submarine and distant battleships)
  • The Clyde (EH-L 102)
    (With Russell’s Shipyard at Greenock)
  • The Mersey (EH-L 103)
    (With the St George’s landing stage, and the Liver and Cunard Buildings)

A complete set of The Arteries ..., in the original portfolio, is currently available. (Click here to visit). The individual titles from the set are each listed separately in this exhibition, and can be visited by clicking the title links listed above. Currently, only a separate impression of The Mersey is available for purchase.