Intaglio print by the artist Albany E. Howarth (1872 - 1936). This beautiful intaglio print depicting what looks to me like Juliette's Balcony in the fair city of Verona. Illustrates the skill of the artist with the use of light and shade. Work is signed.
Etcher and watercolourist, born in Durham. Worked initially in the drawing offices of Armstrong Mitchell, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and later as an illustrator for northern papers and periodicals. Travelled extensively round Britain and western Europe. Published etchings of Oxford Univerity colleges1909; of Cambridge colleges in 1910 and of Venice in 1912. ElectedAssociate of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers, 1910; had a solo exhibition at Dowdeswell & Dowdeswell, 1912. Also exhibited at the Royal Academy, Agnew's, Colnaghi's, Fine Art Society, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, and the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours. Author of 'The Art of Making Fine Prints', 1901 (reprinted by Nabu Press, 2010). Lived in London, 1905; Essex 1906-20 and in Watford from 1920 until his death in 1936.
Framed size 16" X 20" image size 9" X 6.25"
Small black frame with detail, double mat, preservation glass, conservation materials.