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- Object: Twenty-one Etchings
"Twenty-one Etchings by Charles S. Keene. Printed by F. Goulding. Introduction and Notes by M. H. Spielmann" (London, The Astolat Press) 1903; a portfolio of 21 individually mounted prints depicting various figurative and landscape subjects, including Mrs Heseltine knitting, a woman reading, Mme. Zambaco drawing, a man playing the cello, an old man by a stove, men and women in historical costume, and other character studies, views of buildings, interiors, and scenes on canals and coasts. With letterpress titlepage, introduction and notes on the etchings in four separate fascicles. Held in a blue paper wrapper kept within original red cloth portfolio.
Etchings, printed on Japanese paper
- Production date
Height: 380 millimetres (size of each mount)
Width: 271 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Number 36 of the edition.
Printed note: "Of this Edition of Charles Keene's Etchings one hundred and fifty have been printed, the first ten with the plates on vellum, the remainder on Japanese paper. No further copies will be printed. The plates have been presetned to the British Museum, with suitable provisos as to reprinting". Signed Henry Keene and A. C. Curtis for the Astolat Press.
For the printing plates, see 1903,1219.1 to 21.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Charles Keene's Etchings
- Acquisition date
- Prints and Drawings
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