Towards the Valley

Method Etching
Artist Leonard Beaumont
Published [1929]
Dimensions Image and plate 267 x 210 mm, Sheet 340 x 255 mm
Notes A view of a mountain path leading down to a small settlement in a valley.

Signed in pencil by the artist.

Leonard Beaumont (1891-1986) was a British printmaker from Sheffield. He took evening classes at the Sheffield School of Art while he was working for a newspaper, and started making prints in the 1920's. He made etchings from 1925 to 1931, and experimented with linocuts in the early 1930's. After moving to London with his wife in 1936, he became a successful commercial graphic designer, eventually working with Sainsbury's from 1950 to 1964. Beaumont also exhibited at the Royal Academy and his works were shown at the British Museum and the National Galleries of Australia and Canada, and posthumously in the Sheffield Museums to whom he bequeathed most of his works.

Condition: Strong impression. Slight toning from previous mount. Repaired break on left platemark.
Framing unmounted
Price £200.00
Stock ID 47155

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