Walcot R.E., Hon.R.I.B.A.
1874 – 1943 Ditchling, Sussex)
EH-L 99. 115
x 333 mm. Drypoint and etching, 1922.
Signed in pencil.
One of the five plates comprising The Arteries
of Great Britain, edition of 425. A fine
impression, with rich drypoint burr, printed with
plate tone on Whatman 1919 watermarked
cream wove paper.
Information about the Print
barges on the south bank opposite the Customs
House, with the City of London silhouetted beyond.
other four titles in the 1922 “The Arteries
of Great Britain” series are:
- The Tyne (EH-L
(Looking down from the High Level Bridge on the
open Swing Bridge)
- The Forth (EH-L
(With the Forth Bridge, a submarine and distant
Clyde (EH-L 102)
(With Russell’s Shipyard at Greenock)
- The Mersey (EH-L
(With the St George’s landing stage,
and the Liver and Cunard Buildings)
complete set of The
Arteries ..., in the original portfolio,
is currently available. (Click here to
visit). The individual titles from the set
are each listed separately in this exhibition,
and can be visited by clicking the title links
listed above. Currently, only a separate impression
of The Mersey is
available for purchase.