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William Walcot Catalogue Raisonné

This listing is compiled from information garnered from both the manuscript list kept
by Walcot’s principal publisher H.C. Dickins 1913-24 (who have kindly allowed its use),
and the Chronological List of Etchings (1913-19) in the Dickins’ monograph issued 1919, as well as to certain illustrations in that volume that are not included in either one or both of the Dickins’ lists of published etchings. (See BIBLIOGRAPHY at the end)

These have been further cross-referenced to Walcot’s historically exhibited etchings at
the Fine Art Society (who published some of his pre -1913 plates as well as his plates in 1927 - 1929) abbreviated to FAS; James Connell & Son; the Beaux Arts Gallery; the R.A.; the R.E.; (see Exhibitions list at the end of the catalogue) Also to my own back catalogues as well as those of colleagues in the trade; and to entries in the annual volumes of Fine Prints of the Year, edited by Salaman, and to his book on WW in the ‘Masters of Etching’ series. (see Bibliography at the end of the catalogue).
I am also grateful for the oral input of Robin Barnes of the Chadwyck Gallery.

It is uncertain whether editions of some of the pre-1913 prints were published by the FAS or if only artist’s proofs were printed for inclusion in the exhibitions. These early prints are rare, which suggests full editions were not printed. Certainly some of the etchings published by Dickins in 1913 had already been exhibited in earlier years at the Fine Art Society, so that dates of publication are not necessarily an exact guide to the date of execution.

Measurements are given where known, but there are certainly inaccuracies. (Of the plates issued 1913 -1924 Dickins recorded the dimensions up to and including 1919, but stopped in 1920.) Earlier sources supply dimensions in inches, while more recent catalogues use millimetres. Both systems appear here arbitrarily mixed. I have not made conversions.
Measurements are principally recorded as height x width, but in some cases these may have been reversed, width then preceding height.
 

The Dickins manuscript generally lists the price at issue, in guineas (gns.). One guinea was 21 old shillings. Using the ‘Average Earnings’ index conversion rate as calculated
for 2006, one guinea in 1913 would currently be the equivalent of about £160; in 1921 about £200; and in 1929 (year of the Wall Street Crash) still about £165.
 

Please also see (in the Exhibitions section) my ongoing William Walcot Web Exhibition, with the current selection of Walcot etchings available for purchase I hope eventually to show images for all the titles in this e-catalogue raisonné.

Bibliography

The monograph published by H. C. Dickins, London & New York & Technical Journals Ltd. London : Architectural Watercolours & Etchings of W. Walcot. 1919, which includes a “Chronological List of Etchings”

The Dickins manuscript listing of plates published by them 1913-24

Malcolm Salaman : William Walcot published by ‘The Studio’, 1927, for their “Masters of Etchings” series.

Fine Prints of the Year, 1923-1930’s, edited by Malcolm Salaman

Fine Art Society exhibition catalogues 1908-1928

James Connell & Sons one-man exhibition catalogue 1918

Beaux Arts Gallery exhibition catalogues 1925-29

William Weston : William Walcot. Cities. London, New York, Paris, Venice etc. Exhibition catalogue 1979

The Building Centre with Gallery Lingard : William Walcot Artist-Architect. An Exhibition of his Life and Work  and William Walcot Magical impressions. An exhibition of oils, watercolours, drawings & etchings. Exhibition catalogues, 1986 and 1990


List of Lifetime Exhibitions

Walcot exhibited widely between 1908 and 1940, showing principally at:

  • Royal Academy (40 items from 1908-1940)    (See full listing of etchings)
  • Fine Arts Society, New Bond St. (319 items from 1908-1929)   (See full listing)
  • Royal Society of British Arts (25 items from 1913)
  • Doig, Wilson & Wheatley, Edinburgh one-man show in 1913
  • Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, annual Salons (23 items)
  • Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, annual Salons (20 items)
  • Royal Society of Painter-Etchers (R.E.) (17 items 1918 – 1931)    (See full listing)
  • James Connell & Sons, Old Bond St (68 items in 1918)   (See full listing)
  • Beaux Arts Gallery, Bruton Pl. London W1 (182 items from 1925-1937)  (See full listing)

He also showed at:

  • The Royal Scottish Academy (5 items)
  • Royal Society of Scottish Painters in Water Colours (3 items)
  • Royal Hibernian Academy (2 items)
  • Manchester City Art Gallery (2 items)
  • Walkers Gallery, London (3 items)
  • Chenil & New Chenil Galleries, Chelsea (5 items)
  • Collectors Gallery Two-man show (together with H M Atkins) 1921.

Fine Arts Society

One-Man Shows

1908 (Jan)                             
“WATERCOLOURS OF LONDON & VENICE by WW”
Also included one etching, The Library of St. Mark’s, Venice

1909 (Feb)                             
“WATERCOLOURS OF LONDON & ROME By WW”
Also included eight etchings:

  • A corner of Nôtre Dame
  • Victor Emanuel’s Monument, Rome
  • St. Paul’s from the South
  • The Pantheon, Rome
  • St. Paul’s London, from the North-West
  • Westminster Abbey
  • Library of St. Marks
  • St. Peter’s Rome, Sunday Morning

1910 (March)        
“WATERCOLOURS OF LONDON, VENICE & ROME by WW”
(The back page of the catalogue announces an “exhibition of original etchings now on view in the lower gallery”, which presumably included Walcot etchings ?)

1912 (Feb)
“WATERCOLOURS OF ANCIENT ROME, LONDON & OXFORD by WW”
Also included two etchings:

  • The Giudecca, Venice
  • La Bacchante et le jeune Faune

1914 (May)           
“ETCHINGS BY WILLIAM WALCOT”
The catalogue lists 22 etchings:

  • The Restoration of the Bath of Caracalla-the Tepidarium
  • London Bridge
  • Café de la Paix
  • A Court of Justice 
  • A Corner of the Pantheon
  • The House of a Patrician – The Atrium
  • The Library of St. Mark’s
  • Antony in Egypt
  • Queen’s College, Oxford
  • Monument to Victor Emanuel, Rome
  • St. Paul’s from the South
  • A Tragedy of Sophocles
  • The Giudecca, No.1  
  • The Trojan Horse
  • A Greek Lady BC400 
  • At the House of a Patrician
  • The Giudecca, No.2   
  • Palazzo Pessaro
  • The Thames from Waterloo Bridge
  • Remains of the Forum of Minerva
  • St. Paul’s from the West
  • Piccadilly Circus

1919
“PAINTINGS & WATERCOLOURS BY WILIAM WALCOT”
A note at the end of the catalogue announces: “A collection of Mr. Walcot’s Etchings will be shown on application”

1924 (June)           
“ETCHINGS & WATERCOLOURS BY WILLIAM WALCOT”
Does not specify the medium of 64 exhibits but the following 18 are recognisably etchings:

  • L’Arc de Triomphe, Paris
  • Trafalgar Square
  • House of Sallust
  • The Mersey
  • Durham Cathedral
  • The Baptistery, Florence
  • St. Mark’s, Venice
  • The Thames
  • Charing Cross
  • Old Chelsea Church
  • Villa Quintilii
  • Liverpool
  • Fifth Avenue, New York
  • Piccadilly
  • Library of St. Mark’s
  • Lower Broadway, New York
  • St. Mary’s-le-Strand
  • Entry of a Consul

1928                       
“IMPRESSIONS OF EGYPT. PICTURES & ETCHINGS BY WILLIAM WALCOT”
Again the medium of individual titles is not specified but three etchings are recognisable:

  • The Caravan
  • Kom Omb
  • Caesar in Egypt

Group Exhibitions
Group shows at the Fine Art Society in which Walcot’s etchings were included:

1908 (July)            
Exhibition of “ ORIGINAL ETCHINGS BY A GROUP OF ETCHERS ”
Included 7 etchings by Walcot:

  • The Temple of Neptune, Rome
  • A Corner of Nôtre Dame, Paris
  • The Library of St. Mark’s, Venice
  • The Temple of Minerva, Rome
  • St. Paul’s, London
  • St. Peter’s, Sunday Morning – Rome
  • Victor Emanuel Monument, Rome

1922 (July-Sep)
“SUMMER EXHIBITION OF ORIGINAL ETCHINGS”
Included 9 etchings by Walcot:

  • Arc St. Carlo
  • Forth Bridge
  • Venice
  • Newcastle
  • Villa Quintilii
  • Wooden Temple
  • St. Peter’s, Rome
  • House of Sallust
  • Venice, St. Mark’s

1922 (Dec)
“ORIGINAL ETCHINGS BY FIFTY ARTISTS OF REPUTE”
Included three by Walcot:

  • Arc St. Carlo
  • Forth Bridge
  • Venice

1923 (May)
“RARE & ORIGINAL ETCHINGS BY BONE, BRANGWYN, CAMERON, STRANG, WALCOT, WHISTLER, ZORN etc”
Included 9 etchings by Walcot:

  • Charing Cross
  • Arc St. Carlo, Naples
  • Venice
  • Romans in the Forum
  • Monument to Victor Emanuel
  • Forth BridgeNewcastle
  • St. Peter’s, Rome
  • York Minster

1923 (Nov)
“ORIGINAL ETCHINGS BY LEADING ARTISTS” (A selection from the Society’s portfolios)
Included 9 etchings by Walcot:

  • Durham Cathedral
  • Forth Bridge
  • Liverpool
  • The Fountain
  • Villa Quintilii
  • St. Peter’s, Rome
  • York Cathedral
  • Sacred Fair
  • Hadrian entering Salonika

1924 (March)        
“SPRING EXHIBITION OF ORIGINAL ETCHINGS BY LEADING ”
Included three by Walcot:

  • Whitehall
  • Trafalgar Square
  • The Strand

1927 (Dec)            
Exhibition of “ ETCHINGS BY LEADING ARTISTS ”
In an advert at the front of the catalogue Walcot is listed among the artists whose etchings the FAS publish. Prices were noted for the first time and generally indicate the relative sizes of the respective plates. The exhibition Included 15 Walcots:

  • Villa Quintilii,  8 gns
  • Basilica Maxentius, 12 gns
  • Back of Solomon’s Palace, 8 gns
  • The Wooden Temple, 8 gns
  • Hospital of St. Mark’s, Venice, 6 gns
  • Piazza San Marco, 6 gns
  • St. Mary’s-le-Strand, 4 gns
  • Charing Cross, 4 gns
  • New York from Brooklyn Bridge           
  • The Circus 1925/26, 5 gns
  • Caesar in Egypt, 8 gns
  • Westminster, 10 gns
  • L’Arc de Triomphe, Paris, 15 gns
  • St. Peter’s, Rome, £21
  • Rheims Cathedral, 15 gns

1928 (Oct)
“RECENT ETCHINGS”
Included 5 etchings by Walcot:

  • Kom Ombo
  • Antony’s Palace
  • The Caravan
  • St. Peter’s, Rome
  • A Vision of an Egyptian Palace

James Connell & Sons

One-Man Show

April 1918             
At the London gallery. (The same year James Connell & Sons at their Scottish gallery published Walcot’s etching Glasgow- Municipal Buildings –  which appears in the Dickins list):

“PAINTINGS, WATER-COLOURS & ETCHINGS BY WILLIAM WALCOT”
Included a group of etchings:

  • Tufton Street, Westminster
  • Café de la Paix, Paris
  • La Madeleine, Paris
  • La Bacchante et le Jeune Faune
  • The Temple of Baal
  • The Raising of the Cross
  • The Rotunda of Palladio (Vicenza)
  • Roman Patricians in the Forum
  • Covent Garden
  • Pegasus
  • Parliament Square, Edinburgh
  • San Marco, Venice
  • Municipal Buildings, Glasgow
  • Hadrian visiting Salonica – the ancient Therma
  • A Performance at the Colisseum
  • West End, Edinburgh
  • Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh
  • Edinburgh University
  • Regent Street
  • The Giudecca No1
  • A Greek Lady
  • Boatyard, Venice
  • Babylon
  • A Bacchante
  • Piccadilly Circus
  • The Giudecca No2
  • The Sea
  • The Atrium
  • Arc de Triomphe
  • CaracallaHouse of a Patrician
  • A Tragedy by Sophocles performed before the Emperor Hadrian
  • Antony in Egypt No1   (A visit to Cleopatra)
  • The Forum
  • The Inimitable Lovers
  • The Forth Bridge
  • A Court of Justice
  • Sacred Fair
  • An Etruscan Temple – Jupiter Capitolinus

Beaux Arts Gallery

One-Man Show

1925 (Dec)
“RECENT WATERCOLOURS & ETCHINGS BY WW”
Listed the following large plates individually, but did not so list small plates:

  • The Majesty of the Church
  • Chiesa del Gesu
  • Temple at Edfou
  • The Entry of a Consul
  • In the Days of Justinian
  • Carthage
  • Sack of a Sicilian Temple
  • “ Group of small Etchings ”
  • The Elevation of the Cross
  • Justinian weds Theodora
  • Set of illustrations to Salammbô (Edition of 200 – sold out)

Walcot had two further one-man shows at the Beaux Arts but neither contained etchings:

1924 (Dec)            
“NEW WATERCOLOURS BY WILLIAM WALCOT OF LONDON”

1937 (March)
“LONDON TODAY. Gouaches by William Walcot”

Group Exhibitions
Group shows at the Beaux Arts which included Walcot etchings:

1926 (Oct)             
Exhibition of “ MODERN ETCHINGS ”
Included 10 etchings by WW:

  • Caesar in Egypt
  • Piccadilly in Transition
  • Whitehall
  • Segovia Bridge, Madrid
  • Burgos Cathedral
  • Trafalgar Square
  • Egyptian Palace
  • Villa Quintilii
  • Lower Broadway
  • Durham Cathedral

1929 (April-May)
“ORIGINAL ENGRAVINGS, ETCHINGS & DRYPOINTS BY YOUNGER CONTEMPORARY GRAVERS ”
Included 25 etchings by Walcot:

  • Egyptian Palace
  • Romans at Carthage
  • Caesar in Egypt
  • Whitehall
  • Lower Broadway, New York
  • Battery Point, New York
  • Wooden Temple of Jupiter
  • Charles I Statue, Charing Cross
  • The Port of Liverpool
  • Municipal Buildings, Glasgow
  • Parliament Square, Edinburgh
  • Edinburgh University
  • York Minster
  • Durham Cathedral
  • King Charles in Whitehall
  • St. Peter’s, Rome
  • Entry of a Consul
  • Sicilian Temple
  • Babylon
  • Temple of Romulus
  • Venice – XVII th Century
  • Days of Justinian
  • Tepidarium
  • Basilica Maxentius
  • St. John’s, Oxford

Royal Academy

As the medium is only specified after 1925 the only indication for earlier years is from the titles, though these could equally be watercolours. Dickins saw etchings exhibited in 1913 and the three exhibits that year are certainly all recognisably etching titles. Where there is doubt the title is given in brackets.

  • 1908Elizabeth Harvey-LeeThe Library, St. Mark’s (Cavendish Square)
  • 1909Elizabeth Harvey-LeeWestminster Abbey
  • 1910Elizabeth Harvey-LeeSt. Paul’s
  • 1911Elizabeth Harvey-LeeThe Monument of Victor Emanuel Rome
  • 1912Elizabeth Harvey-LeeThe Giudecca, Venice; La Bacchante et le jeune Faune
  • 1913Elizabeth Harvey-LeePalazzo Pessaro; A Tragedy by Sophocles in the days of Hadrian; 
    Elizabeth Harvey-Lee At the House of a Patrician
  • 1914Elizabeth Harvey-LeeThe Trojan Horse – Virgil’s Aeneid,II
  • 1915Elizabeth Harvey-LeeRestoration of the Baths of Caracalla, Rome
  • 1916Elizabeth Harvey-LeeA Performance at the Colosseum in the days of ancient Rome (Where the Elizabeth Harvey-LeeCzars are crowned: Uspensky)
  • 1917Elizabeth Harvey-LeePatricians arriving in the Forum, Rome; The arch of Triumph; The Temple of Elizabeth Harvey-LeeBaal, Mesopotamia
  • 1918Elizabeth Harvey-Lee (Trinity College, Cambridge)
  • 1919Elizabeth Harvey-LeeBabylon; A restoration of the Frigidarium, Baths of Caracalla, Rome
  • 1923Elizabeth Harvey-Lee(Entrance to Christchurch, Oxford)
  • 1925Elizabeth Harvey-LeeThe marriage of Justinian & Theodora
  • 1926Elizabeth Harvey-LeeThe Basilica of Maxentius; Interior of St. Peter’s, Rome
  • 1927Elizabeth Harvey-LeeSt. John’s College, Oxford; Carthage under the Romans
  • 1930Elizabeth Harvey-LeeThe Temple of Romulus; Temple of Edfou

Royal Society of Painter-Etchers

Exhibits included:

  • 1918Elizabeth Harvey-LeeThe Sea; Hadrian visiting Thernia (Salonica); Tufton Street, Westminster; The Elizabeth Harvey-LeeTemple; The Roman Forum
  • 1920Elizabeth Harvey-LeeThe Stadium, Rome; The Propylaea
  • 1922Elizabeth Harvey-LeeAntony in Egypt
  • 1923Elizabeth Harvey-LeeYork
  • 1923Elizabeth Harvey-LeeEntry of a Consul
  • 1927Elizabeth Harvey-LeeVenice in the 18th Century; Basilica of Maxentius
  • 1931Elizabeth Harvey-LeePiccadilly Circus, London; National Gallery, London; The Arc de Triomph Elizabeth Harvey-Lee(sic) Paris;  Marble Arch, London

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Raisonné

The listing below is an ongoing attempt towards a full catalogue raisonné of William Walcot's work between 1907 and 1938. Each entry begins with my own unique reference number (cited within the website as EH-L followed by a number) followed by the H.C. Dickins cross reference (where attributable) the title of the work, its size (inches shown black, millimetres shown blue, where known), the edition, and finally, the price at original issue.

Asterisked (*) titles are illustrated in the Walcot Exhibition on this website. Prices are in Guineas unless the shilling (/) sign is shown, in which case, Pounds, Shillings and Pence.

EH-L
Dickins
Title
 
Size
Edn
Price
1907
 
1
Cathedral Doorway
327 x 323
2
The Library of St. Mark’s, Venice
1908
 
3
Piazza di Pietra (Palazzo della Camera di Commercio)(c.1908)  
498 x 446
4
The Temple of Neptune, Rome  
5
The Remains of the Forum of Minerva (c.1908-10) Also called The Temple of Minerva? (In the Chronological list as published 1919; not in the Manuscript list)  
9½ x 11½
6
(West Doorway)
Westminster Abbey
 
500 x 448
7
A Corner of St. Paul’s  
487 x 328
8
St. Paul’s London
from the North-West
 
9
A Corner of Nôtre Dame  
10
Monument toVictor Emanuel, Rome  (under scaffolding). (In 1908 the plate measured 403 x 445 mm) (In the Chronological list as published 1913, when the plate is given as 343 x 362 mm. Image remains identical. Not in the Manuscript list.)  

403 x 445

or

343 x 362

11
St. Peter’s, Sunday Morning - Rome  
1912
   
12
La Bacchante et le jeune Faune
(Illustrated in the Monograph. In the Chronological list as issued 1919)
(Not included in the Manuscript list.)
 
8 x 8½
1913
   
14
1
A Tragedy of Sophocles performed before the Emperor Hadrian
(Walcot’s R.E. Diploma print)
 
17½ x 18½
68
8
15
2
At the House of a Patrician
(Walcot had 10 printed in brown)
 
16¼ x 17¾
65
6
16
3
A Court of Justice  
25½ x 20
50
8
17
4
Anthony in Egypt No1 (A Visit to Cleopatra)  
21¾ x 18¼
50
8
18
5
A Bacchante   (1st state?) (Nominal edition of 50 sold out, plate aquatinted in 1919?)  
10 x 5½
50
2
19
6
Greek Lady * (1st state)  
8 x 4¾
17
2
Greek Lady (2nd state – face altered?)   
8 x 4¾
3
20
7
St. Paul’s from the South
(etched by 1909)
 
17¾ x 16½
8
21
8
Queen’s College, Oxford *  
11¾ x 15¼
60
11
22
9
Palazzo Pessaro, Venice *  
17¾ x 18¾
8
23
10
Piccadilly Circus
(1st state, the right side of the plate particularly unfinished)
 
11½ x 7½
75
1
Piccadilly Circus (2nd state)   
2
24
11
London Bridge  
3¾ x 5¾
125
1
25
12
Thames from Waterloo Bridge  
3½ x 6¾
100
1
26
13
Giudecca No.1, Venice
(etched by 1912)
 
4¾ x 7½
100
2
27
14
Giudecca No.1, Venice  
4½ x 7¾
115
2
28
24
Café de la Paix *   
6¼ x 8½
72
3
29
The Farm at Hougomont,
January 17, 1815
 
14 x 22
1914
   
30
15
Corner of the Pantheon 
(probably etched by 1909)
 
15¾ x 13¼
4
31
16
Hospital of St. Marks  
15½ x 15½
4
32
17
Elevation of the Cross (Identical to Calvary in the Chronological list)  
5¼ x 7
3
33
18
The Boatyard, Venice *  
4½ x 7
125
2
34
19
St Paul’s North West Corner *  
6¾ x 8¼
150
3
35
20
The Trojan Horse
(35, but only 29 printed)
 
25 x 32½
29
15
36
Basilica of Constantine 
(In the Chronological list, ex Manuscript list)
 
17¼ x 13¾
1915
   
37
21
The Thames  
2½ x 5¼
58
31/6
38
22
The Rotunda at Vincenza  
3¼ x 3¼
56
31/6
39
23
St. Mary-le-Strand  
(dated to 1913 Manuscript list, and 1915 Chronological list)
 
5¼ x 7
72 or 140
3
40
25
Doorway to the Doge's Palace  
21¼ x 14
19
6
41
26
Covent Garden *  
3 x 4
154
2
42
27
The Sacred Fair *  
6¼ x 8¾
51
4
43
28
Tufton Street, Westminster (Commissioned by the Architectural Association and given to members serving with the Forces, Christmas 1915)  
5 x 3½
44
29
The Baths of Caracalla –
the Tepidarium (cf No 81)
 
22½ x 17½
75
6
45
The Baths of Caracalla –
the Caldarium (cf No 81)
(Illustrated in the Dickins Monograph but ex Chronological or Manuscript lists)
 
18½ x 15½
46
30
The Atrium to the House of a Patrician *  
19 x 21½
60
8
47
31
A Morning in the Forum, Rome  
20 x 24
50
8
48
Corner of Westminster (c1915?)   
189 x 221
49
Pegasus (Only in the Chronological list)  
7½ x 9½
1916
   
50
32
King’s College, Cambridge *  
4 x 6
150
2
51
33
The Colosseum, Rome
(No1 – a Fête Day) (exterior)
 
17½ x 15½
50
6
52
34
Egyptian Temple. Morning of the Festival (Probably an alternative title to “Antony in Egypt No2-A Visit to the Temple of Isis”) (In the Chronological list only)  
20 x 19¾
67
8
1917
   
53
35
Regent Street *   
4 x 5
126
3
54
36
La Madelaine, Paris  
3 x 4
100
2
55
37
Piccadilly Circus (night scene)  
4½ x 7½
12 ?
56
38
Patricians in the Forum  
5 x 6
45
5
57
39
Arc de Triomph (sic) *  
21¾ x 17¾
65
8
58
40
Piazzetta San Marco
(illustrated in the Monograph captioned as The Doge’s Palace) (View from the waterfront with part of the Library, possibly c.1914)
 
4 x 5
144
3
59
The Lion of Belfort 1917
(Illustrated as Aux Défenseurs de Verdun in the Monograph. In the Chronological List . Ex the Manuscript list.)
 
19¾ x 22¾
60
Mesopotamia  AD 1917-1917 BC (An Assyrian war chariot) (Illustrated in the Monograph but ex both the Chronological and in the Manuscript lists)  
1918
   
61
41
Holyrood Palace
(Edinburgh ‘set’)
 
3½ x 5
75
15
SET
62
42
The University
(Edinburgh ‘set’)
 
4¼ x 3½
63
43
The West End
(Edinburgh ‘set’)
 
3 x 4¾
64
44
Parliament Square
(Edinburgh ‘set’)
 
3 x 4 
65
45
Royal Scottish Academy
(Edinburgh ‘set’)
 
3¾ x 3
66
Princes Street, Edinburgh
c.1918 (An aerial view) (Unpublished - only 1 proof inscribed épreuve unique WW)
 
7¾ x 19½
67
46
Glasgow – Municipal Buildings (Published by James Connell, Glasgow)  
2½ x 4
68
47
First Wooden Temple of Jupiter *  
5 x 7 
75
UK
25
USA
6
69
48
Emperor Hadrian
entering Salonica *
 
3¼ x 5
75
UK
75
USA
4
70
49
Babylon  
13½ x 21¾
50
12
71
50
The Forth Bridge  (2nd state)  (About 6 proofs in the 1st state)  
5¾ x 9
100
4
72
51
The Temple of Baal   
8 x 11¼
50
6
73
52
A Performance in the Colosseum  
20½ x 24½
15
74
53
Pax
(done as a Christmas card for the Architectural Assoc.and sent out to members serving in the Forces)
 
3 x 2¼
75
The Sea  
1919
   
76
The inimitable Lovers
(In the Chronological List,
ex Manuscript list)
 
77
54
Forsyth’s Factory, Cathcart, Glasgow
(Privately commissioned as a decoration for letterheads & cheques and then issued courtesy of the clothing factory) approx 24  + 15 WW Presentation proofs
 
2½ x 8
4
78
55
Westminster Abbey *  
3½ x 5
175
UK
75
USA
4
79
56
Charing Cross –
The Statue of Charles I * 
 
3½ x 5
175
UK
75
USA
4
80
57
US Battleship Delaware
in the Forth
 
3½ x 4¾  
125
UK
75
USA
3
81
58
Baths of Caracalla (Frigidarium)
(cf Nos 44 & 45)
 
18½ x 23¼
51
10
82
59
Stadium of Domitian *  
13½ x 22
153
15
83
60
St. Peter’s, Rome (interior)  
6 x 7
211
UK
35
USA
5
84
61
St. Giles, Edinburgh  
3½ x 5
230
UK
20
USA
6
85
The Propylæa, Athens
(large plate)
(Illustrated in the Monograph but ex both the Chronolgical & Manuscript lists)
 
86
Design for the LCC War Memorial  (c1919)
(with view of the Thames & St. Paul’s through the archway)
 
13¾ x 8¾
[From 1920 onwards the Dickins Manuscript list does not record sizes – these are added where known]  
1920
   
87
62
The House of Sallust *  
151 x 202
250
UK
50
USA
8
88
63
London
(+ 15 WW Presentation Proofs)
(Published courtesy of the commissioner, the LCC)
 
130 x 128
250
UK
50
USA
89
64
The Baptistry, Florence *  
132 x 120
340
UK
60
USA
4
90
65
The Doges’ Palace *
(Venice ‘set’
 
90 x 123
415
30
SET
91
66
San Marco
(Venice ‘set’
 
98 x 149
92
67
Library of San Marco *
(Venice ‘set’)
 
120 x 178
93
68

Hospital of St. Mark
(Venice ‘set’

 
120 x 178
94
The Ashmolean, Oxford *
(c1920)
 
95 x 165
95
Piccadilly Circus –
Rebuilding Swan & Edgars
( c1920) 
 
133 x 203
1921
   
96
69
Ludgate Hill *  
144 x 130
275
UK
125
USA
5
97
70
Arc St. Carlo, Naples *  
175 x 168
300
UK
100
USA
5
98
71
Villa Quintilii *   
180 x 253
300
UK
100
USA
8
1922
   
99
72
The Thames * 
(Arteries of Great Britain)
 
115 x 333
425
40
SET
100
73
The Tyne *
(Arteries of Great Britain)
 
147 x 198
101
74
The Forth *
(Arteries of Great Britain)
 
91 x 261
102
75
The Clyde *
(Arteries of Great Britain)
 
99 x 268
103
76
The Mersey *
(Arteries of Great Britain)
 
approx
95 x 265
104
77
Newcastle Central Station *  
97 x 148
300
UK
100
USA
4
1923
   
105
78
York Minster –
The West Front *
 
140 x 190
250
UK
25
USA
6
106
79
An Egyptian Palace  
239 x 300
225
8
107
80
Liverpool –
The Cunard Building
 
95 x 157
150
UK
25
USA
4
108
81
Durham Cathedral  
168 x 202
175
UK
25
USA
6
109
82
Entry of a Consul  
19½ x 23¼
55
UK
25
USA
15
110
83
Forty-second Street NY
(New York ‘set’)
 
126 x 188
24
UK
350
USA
6
111
84
Battery Park NY
(New York ‘set’)
 
142 x 145
24
UK
350
USA
6
112
85
Park Avenue
(New York ‘set’)
 
120 x 184
60
UK
315
USA
6
113
86
Brooklyn Bridge 
(New York ‘set’)
 
213 x 250
50
UK
315
USA
9
114
Brooklyn Bridge 
(drypoint plate of middling size between his other two plates of the bridge)
 
210 x 450
115
The Fountain  
116
Winchester *  
125 x 155
117
Westminster
(West Front of the Abbey) *
 
188 x 222
1924
   
118
87
Lower Broadway -
Downtown NY *
(New York ‘set’)
 
151 x 117
60
UK
315
USA
6
119
88
Downtown Manhatten
from the East River, with the Woolwoth Building *
(Published by Dickins, New York, perhaps a 6th plate of the New York ‘set’ t subsequent to the Manuscript list)
 
217 x 149
120
88
Whitehall (with the Cenotaph)
( London ‘set’ )
 
116 x 152
121
89
Strand *   
( London ‘set’ )
 
115 x 179
122
90
Trafalgar Square * 
( London ‘set’)
 
91 x 183
123
91
Horseguards *
( London ‘set’ )
 
100 x 145
124
92
Piccadilly Circus 
(With the Criterion Theatre)
( London ‘set’ )
 
108 x 170
125
93
Bank
( London ‘set’ )
 
108 x 145
126
94
Chelsea Old Church * 
(A Print Collectors’ Club Presentation Plate for 1924) 
 
95 x 149
100
127
95
A Bull Fight, Seville 
( Spanish ‘set' )
Presentation proofs initialled WW
 
145 x 346

130

+15

128

96
Segovia Bridge, Madrid
( Spanish ‘set' )
 
145 x 346

74

129

97
Burgos Cathedral *
( Spanish ‘set' )
 
149 x 199

88

1925
 
130
Decadence de l’Empire Romain  
131
The Majesty of the Church  
132
Chiesa del Gesu  
133
Carthage
(aka 'Romans at Carthage' ?)
 
134
Sack of a Sicilian Temple  
135
Justinian weds Theodora  
(Published by the FAS)
 
16½ x 20½
136
Baths of Caracalla     
(Possibly issued 1929)  
 
18 x 20
60
1926
   
137
Piccadilly in Transition
(Perhaps the same as Rebuilding Swan & Edgars - No94)
 
138
St. Peter’s, Rome (interior)     
(published by the FAS)
 
24 x 30
139
Caesar in Egypt *  
177 x 239
75
1927
   
140
Arc de Triomphe, Paris
(Published by the Fine Art Soc)  
 
24 x 28 
75
141
Back Entrance to
Saloman’s Palace   
(Published by the FAS)
 
75
142
St. John’s College, Oxford      
(Published by the FAS) 
 
22½ x 18¼ 
143
In the Days of Justinian     
(Published by the FAS)
 
18 x 23½
144
Temple of Romulus *     
(Published by the FAS)
 
17½ x 20¼
50
145
The Basilica of Maxentius
(Also known as The Basilica of Constantine – the central nave)
(Published by the FAS)
 
12½ x 19½
75
146
New York
(Aquatint Panorama with Brooklyn Bridge)    
(Published by the FAS)
 
280 x 555
50
147
A Venetian Festival
(also known as Venice in the 18th Century?)   
(Published by the FAS)
 
7¼ x 20½
148
Rheims Cathedral  
(large plate)  (Presumably the same as Joan of Arc ?
see No 155) 
 
40?
1928
   
149
Fishing Boats, Venice
(Published by the FAS)
 
100 x 148
75
150
Kom Ombo *     
(Published by the FAS)
 
161 x 205
75
151
Caravan  *     
(Published by the FAS)
 
177 x 230
75
152
Antony’s Palace * 
(Published by the FAS)
 
171 x 283
75
153
Temple of Edfou *   
(Published by the FAS)
 
13¾ x18¼
75
154
Hall of Karnac    
(Published by the FAS)
 
22 x 25¾
75
15
155
Joan of Arc  (See No 147)      
(Published by the FAS)
 
24 x 28  
75
15
156
Illustrations to Hérodias by Gustave Flaubert       
(Published Paris by Editions d’Art Devambez)
(Series of 17 etchings + 4 not used)
 
12½ x 11
17
+ 4
1929
   
157
St. Mary-le-Strand     
(Published by the FAS)
 
6¼ x 11¾
75
6
158
Anthony      
(Published by the FAS)
 
19½ x 23½ 
50
15
159
Air Street     
(Published by the FAS)
 
29½ x 21½
30
15
160
King Charles in Whitehall *  
148 x 199
1931
   
161
National Gallery, London  
165 x 302
162
Freemasons’ Hall, London
(erected 1927-33)
 
375 x 333
163
Fleet Street *
(Commissioned by F.H.Crittall ) 
 
161 x 226
164
Marble Arch, London *  
165
Piccadilly Circus, London 
(Possibly the same as the following item?)
 
166
‘Eros’ re-erected in Piccadilly after its temporary removal
(See previous item)
 
5¼ x 5½
1932
   
167
The Thames – From Southwark Bridge looking East 
(Commissioned by F.H.Crittall) 
 
151 x 301
1933
   
168
Trafalgar Square  
162 x 300
169
The Circus (Piccadilly)
(Commissioned by F.H.Crittall) (Etched signature in the plate)
 
7 x 7¾
170
Cornhill and
the Royal Exchange
 
178 x 199
171
Piccadilly Circus
& Glasshouse Street *
 
248 x 314
1934
   
Three plates for The Pageant of Ludlow (Performed 1934)
Published privately to subscribers by J. Walcot Burton, comprising:-
 
199 x 238
51
172
The British chief Caractacus a prisoner before the Roman General Osterius in 50 AD  
173
The Trial of David III before Edward I, Parliament of Shrewsbury, 1283 *  
174
The departure of the boy King Edward V from Ludlow for London in 1483  
1935
   
175
Corner of Berkeley Square
(Possibly a Sir V. Crittall commission)
 
138 x 217
1936
   
176
Marsham St., Westminster *
(Commissioned by Sir V. Crittall) 
 
175 x 252
177
Illustrations to Salammbô by Gustave Flaubert. Published by Editions d’Art Devambez  
12½ x 10¼
200
178
Changing London – Euston Rd at St Pancras *
(Commissioned by Sir V.Crittall) 
 
161 x  250
1938
   
179
The Quadrangle, Barts 
(Commissioned by Sir V.Crittall)
 
153 x 253
   
Additional subjects
of unknown date
 
180
Constantinople  
5½ x 13½
181
Head of a Roman Emperor  
2¾ x 3½
182
The Stadium
(ancient Roman reconstruction)
(Etched by 1920)
 
11½ x 24
183
Ancient Egypt – Sphynx’s Head and the Pyramids  
240 x 180
184
Solomon’s Palace
(Might be identical to No 141)
 
186 x 292
60
185
Gondolas, St. Mark’s, Venice  
9½ x 23
50
185a
Venice – Courtyard of the Doge’s Palace *  
108 x 103
50
186
Vicenza * 
(Corner of Palladio’s Basilica in the Piazza dei Signori) (c1925)
 
118 x 98
187
Paris Opera *   
126 x 177
188
Place Vendôme, Paris  
98 x 145
189
The Thames
with Blackfriars Bridge
(Unpublished)
 
89 x 234
190
St Paul’s Churchyard *   
166 x 203
191
The Bank of England  
9 x 12
192
The Bank  
3½ x 4
20
193
The Mansion House  
5 x 5¾
194
Portland Place
(showing the RIBA / Architectural Association headquarters)
 
150 x 238
195
Piccadilly Circus and Regent Street  
245 x 395
16
196
St. Martins-in-the-Fields  
124 x 151
197
National Gallery & St. Martin’s-in-the-Fields *  
80 x 112
198
Banqueting House, Whitehall *  
202 x 286
199
Pall Mall  
9¾ x 16½
200
Westminster Bridge *  
162 x 300
150
201
The Thames at Westminster 
(View of the Houses of Parliament)
 
202
Horseguards  
19¾ x 22¾ 
203
Somerset House from the South Bank    
4½ x 13
204
Liverpool, Landing Wharf and Royal Liver Building  
2½ x 6