Walcot R.E., Hon.R.I.B.A.
1874 – 1943 Ditchling, Sussex)
H-L 94. 95 x 165 mm. Drypoint, c.1920-23.
Signed in pencil. Printed with plate tone, on cream wove.
Information about the Print
Another impression of The Ashmolean is
recorded as being printed on Whatman wove paper
watermarked, with the date of its manufacture,
drawing of the Ashmolean (as also a drawing of
Queen’s College, Oxford, of which the
related etching was published by Dickins in 1913)
was included in the Fine Art Society 1912 Walcot
exhibition of 'Watercolours of Ancient Rome, London & Oxford'.
had a studio in Oxford from 1919 to c1927, first
in St. Michael’s Street and from 1920
in the Iffley Road, though intermittently he was
also exhibiting from a London address too. For
some of this time Walcot helped keep the Gladiator
coffee-shop in Oxford and had his studio above.
Fine Art Society published a large plate of St.
John’s College, Oxford c1925-7.