J. Walter West 1860 - 1933 original colour lithograph print C1897
Published by The Studio Magazine of Fine and Applied Art this is a fabulous study of a woman in the Pre-Raphaelite style by the listed artist Joseph Walter West and typical of his accomplished early style. Signed in the plate with his distinctive 'weathervane' style monogram and carrying the blind stamp of The Studio.
J. Walter West (1860 - 1933) was a painter, etcher, lithographer and illustrator. Born in Hull he studied at York under Edwin Moore, then moved to London where attended St. Johns art school (1883) followed by The Royal Academy schools (1884 -7) and later at the Academie Julien, Paris. Whilst at the R.A. he began to sell his work to support himself , taking commissions for portraits and book illustrations. He exhibited at the R.A. from 1885 and at the R.B.A., member of the Royal Watercolour Society from 1904.
Size: Overall 14" x 11" print size 11" x 7. 3/4" Visible image area 9. 3/4" x 6. 3/4". Condition: Very Good. Sold matted/mounted in an archival quality neutral creamcore mat/mount c/w same quality backing board - ready to fit the frame of your choice to suit your decor. Note - can ship without mount/mat if so desired.
Please note this is an original antique lithograph print and not a modern reproduction.