This is a fine etching by the celebrated Victorian artist, George Straton Ferrier.
It dates to around the late 1870s.
It is a small panoramic view looking over fishing boats in the Firth of Forth with the Bass Rock in the distance. It has been drawn with much delicacy and is certainly a very attractive little Scottish seascape etching.
It was probably made by Ferrier for inclusion in the Portfolio publication - which published original artist prints.
It has been signed on the plate, below the image.
It is in fine antique condition and beautifully presented.
It has recently been remounted and reframed - ready to be hung straight onto your wall.
Please note: The price quoted here is from the artwork only.
The frame comes free with this artwork. Any damage in transit to the frame / mount / picture glass will not be subject to any refunds, discounts or re-framing costs from us.
Image size: 8.3 x 16.7 cm; Frame 27.5 x 33.5 cm
Ferrier was best known for his Victorian views of Scottish landscapes and seascapes. He began exhibiting in 1872 - and exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy in London, the Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, and at the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh. He was also a talented printmaker and a member of the Royal Society of Painters and Etchers.
He is a noted Scottish artist and works by him are in the collection of the National Gallery of Scotland.
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