Henry George Walker, 1876-1932, was born in the Birchfield district of Birmingham, England, and attended Birmingham Municipal School of Art between 1897 and 1901. He owned his own design studio in 1907 and was successful as an etcher and produced many polychrome and monochrome etchings in the early 1920s until the etching fad receded during the Depression. In the late 1920s, he began to concentrate on pen and ink. This particular etching of Loch Lomond is in excellent condition and has all the original information on the back. The image is 11" by 8" range, a typical range for his work. This one is features town, lake and mountains in the background, a small figure of a shepherd in the foreground with his sheep alongside. Also on the back a typed label says this is a strictly limited edition of artist's signed proofs in color and an original etching. It also says that Henry G. Walker is a member of the faculty of the Arts. The framed size is 19 x 14.5". The back of the frame is enclosed in board. Plate marks are apparent under the glass. Signature is in pencil.
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