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Castle Combe
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Castle Combe
Code: lka259   Media: Etching
Artist: Edward W Sharland   Nationality: British

An English architectural and landscape etcher and full member of the Fine Art Trade Guild. Exhibited in Liverpool, Bristol, the Royal West of England Academy, and at the Royal Academy London. He specialized in colour etchings. His etchings include scenes of cities in Italy, Spain, Belgium and Holland as views of London, Manchester, Liverpool and Bristol. This charming little etching is of Castle Combe, Whiltshire, England, considered by those in the know to be One of the prettiest Towns in England. Signed in pencil by artist, mounted and framed. Etching is a printmaking process that dates back 500 years. The etching process involves sheets of metal, usually made of copper or zinc, and acid used to etch the print onto the metal. The artist can use complicated methods to create different effects, but always relies on acid to etch the plate. The more complicated the etching, the more time consuming and expensive it will be.



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