David Deuchar was born in Scotland in 1743, and died in 1808. This is a series of three etchings in one ebonized wooden frame. He primarily created engravings and etchings of peasants. The etchings measure 2 3/4 inches by 4 inches, 3 5/8 inches by 5 inches, and 2 7/8 inches by 4 inches, from left to right respectively. This measurement includes the narrow margins of each etching. The center etching contains Deuchar's signature within the print. The frame dates from between 1890 and 1910. There are three intact panes of glass that need a bit of reinforcement from behind. All prints are in excellent condition, with no tears, stains, discoloration. There is a tiny bit of foxing on the center print. They all appear to be dry-mounted. The overall measurements of the frame are 17 inches by 7 5/8 inches by 1/2 inch.
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