Percy Lancaster Etching Drypoint Three Breton Women
Percy Lancaster Etching Drypoint Three Breton Women
Percy Lancaster Etching Drypoint Three Breton Women
Percy Lancaster Etching Drypoint Three Breton Women
Percy Lancaster Etching Drypoint Three Breton Women
Percy Lancaster Etching Drypoint Three Breton Women
Percy Lancaster Etching Drypoint Three Breton Women
Percy Lancaster Etching Drypoint Three Breton Women
Percy Lancaster Etching Drypoint Three Breton Women
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Percy Lancaster (1878 - 1951). "Three Old Breton Women" Etching and drypoint on paper

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A Compellingly, Strange Etching by Percy Lancaster (1878 - 1951) which is entitled "Three Old Breton Women".

Etching and drypoint on paper

Number 26 from a limited edition of 40. Signed in pencil bottom right

Percy Lancaster studied at the Manchester School of Art and later at the Southport School of Art. He was a major Edwardian artist who exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy, Royal Institute, and the Royal Watercolour Society. Lancaster was not only a superb watercolourist but also produced stunning, technically accomplished etchings, such as this strange image.

In the mid-1920s the artist travelled to Brittany in France - his etchings reveal his fascination with old Breton peasant women. His print editions were generally small often only 35 - 45 impressions being made of each image.

He was elected an Associate of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers in 1910. His work is in a number of public museums and galleries nationwide - including the V&A, London, Manchester, Liverpool, Hull, Oldham, Huddersfield, Preston, Leicester, Eastbourne, Newport, and Portsmouth.

This print is being sold unframed and without a window mount; as a loose sheet

It is in excellent condition and will look fabulous when re-framed for display.

UK Postage quoted is for next-day special delivery in the UK with the Royal Mail. This will cost £10 and applied to your order at the checkout. 

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