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NORBERT GOENEUTTE, Paris 1854 – Auvers-sur-Oise 1894. Au Coin du Feu. Original lithograph 1894. This print is for sale. GRETA DELLEANY A.R.E., Stoke Newington 1884 – 1968 Cheltenham. Summer Pastoral. Original soft-ground etching. This print is for sale. CATHERINE MAUD NICHOLS R.E., Norwich 1847 – 1923 Norwich. Tram Centre, Bristol. Original drypoint. This print is for sale.
DOROTHY TROTMAN BORDASS R.E., London 1905 – 1992. Our Postman. Original colour etching with aquatint, 1978.  This print is for sale. GLADYS REMFRY. Washerwomen. Original aquatint. This print is for sale. EVELEEN BUCKTON A.R.E., Weycombe, Haslemere 1872 – 1962 Hampstead. Holland – Landscape. Original etching. This print is for sale.

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NORBERT GOENEUTTE, Paris 1854 – Auvers-sur-Oise 1894. Au Coin du Feu. Original lithograph 1894. This print is for sale.

NORMA BULL
Melbourne 1906 – 1980 Melbourne

A painter and etcher, Norma Bull graduated from the National Gallery of Victoria Art School in Melbourne in 1932, having won numerous prizes and scholarships.

In 1934, when John Masefield visited Melbourne, he agreed to sit for her. The resulting etched portrait was later exhibited in London at the Royal Academy.

She won a travelling scholarship in Fine Art in 1938 which enabled her to come to England in April 1939 to attend the Royal Academy Schools. With the outbreak of War she volunteered on the Home Front and in 1941, on the recommendation of John Masefield, she was given a sketching permit by the War Artists Advisory Committee.

After the War she returned to Australia.

Mornington
142 x 208 mm
Original etching with burnishing, 1932.
The plate signed and dated.
Signed in pencil and entitled.
Printed with tone on thin cream laid paper watermarked JCA France.
Faintly mount-stained.

£250

Mornington is a suburb of Melbourne, on the Mornington Peninsular.

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GRETA DELLEANY A.R.E., Stoke Newington 1884 – 1968 Cheltenham. Summer Pastoral. Original soft-ground etching. This print is for sale.

GRETA DELLEANY A.R.E.
Stoke Newington 1884 – 1968 Cheltenham

Greta Delleany exhibited regularly at the R.A. and the R.E. from 1913 till the late 1950’s.

(Summer Pastoral)
130 x 107 mm
Original soft-ground etching.
Signed in pencil.
Printed in sanguine on grey wove paper.

£150

One of a small group works by the artist which includes some rarities.

 

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CATHERINE MAUD NICHOLS R.E., Norwich 1847 – 1923 Norwich. Tram Centre, Bristol. Original drypoint. This print is for sale.

CATHERINE MAUD NICHOLS R.E.
Norwich 1847 – 1923 Norwich

Etcher, painter, poet and novelist, though she claimed to be entirely self-taught, Catherine (Kate) Nichols spent two terms at Norwich School of Art in 1874/75 and in 1875 produced her first dated etching.

Her earliest visits to France, in 1876-78, are reflected in etchings of Normandy and Barbizon, exhibited in consecutive years at the Royal Academy 1877-1879. She would continue to exhibit at the R.A. till 1908.

With the founding of the R.E. in 1880, she exhibited in the first exhibition in 1881 and in 1882 was elected a Fellow. She exhibited with them through till 1919. She would also become a regular exhibitor with the Norwich Art Circle from its foundation in 1885.

In 1889, when the Woodpecker Art Club was established in Norwich, she was made its President. Her first solo exhibition took place in 1892, in London April/May and then in Norwich.

An article was devoted to her work in The Studio in 1903 and another in 1907 after she exhibited at the Paris Salon.

A monograph, A Forgotten Norwich Artist, by Pamela Inder & Marion Aldis, was issued in 2015 by Poppyland Publishing.

Tram Centre, Bristol
113 x 253 mm
Original drypoint.
Signed in pencil.
On stout cream textured wove.

£200

Trams, horse-drawn were introduced to Bristol in 1875. Electric trams took over in 1895.

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DOROTHY TROTMAN BORDASS R.E., London 1905 – 1992. Our Postman. Original colour etching with aquatint, 1978.  This print is for sale.

DOROTHY TROTMAN BORDASS R.E.
London 1905 – 1992 Cambridge

Painter and printmaker, during the 1920’s Dorothy Bordass studied with several teachers in London and Paris, including attending the Académie Julian and Heatherlys.

She was elected to the R.E. in 1978.

Our Postman
113 x 102 mm
Original colour etching with aquatint, 1978.
Signed in pencil, dated, entitled and numbered 79/100.
A Print Collectors’ Club presentation print for 1978.
On stiff wove.

£65

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GLADYS REMFRY. Washerwomen. Original aquatint. This print is for sale.

GLADYS REMFRY

(Washerwomen)
198 x 254 mm
Original aquatint.
Signed in pencil.
Printed in brown-black ink on cream wove paper.

£100

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EVELEEN BUCKTON A.R.E., Weycombe, Haslemere 1872 – 1962 Hampstead. Holland – Landscape. Original etching. This print is for sale.

EVELEEN BUCKTON A.R.E.
Weycombe, Haslemere 1872 – 1962 Hampstead

Buckton studied painting at the Slade and etching with Frank Short at the Royal College of Art.

A keen walker and mountaineer, she travelled widely in Europe finding motifs. Her plates are usually wide in format.

Holland – Landscape
132 x 290 mm
Original etching.
Signed in pencil and entitled.
On cream wove paper.

£150

She exhibited an etching entitled Dutch Landscape at the Royal Academy in 1941.

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