Charlton, Edward William, RE (English)
1859 - 1935
The Broken Boat, etching, signed l/r, inscribed l/l,,
6" x 9" plate, 15" x
About the Etching: Excellent condition; mat and frame intact,
but in need of replacement.
About the Artist: Etcher of landscapes and coastal scenes.
Exhibited at the leading London galleries
from 1891, including the RA, RE, and
and was elected ARE 1892, RE 1907.
at Ringwood in Hampshire and later
- from Dictonary of British Artists
1900 - 1950 by Grant M Waters.
The etcher Edward William Charlton
born in Kent in 1859. He first exhibited
at the Royal Academy in 1892, and the
record we have found of him as an active
artist is in 1928. E. W. Charlton was
an associate of the Royal Society of
in 1892, and a full member in 1907.
etchings were much admired, and were
subject of a substantial article, "The
Etchings of E. W. Charlton" in
Studio in 1896. The anonymous author
article writes, "In no department
the arts is personal technique more
that in etching. That Mr. Charlton
this quality, so that after seeing
few of his etchings you can pick them
instantaneously without reference to
catalogue, would be in itself sufficient
to repay their careful study."
of Charlton's etchings are of marine
rather in the manner of the Newlyn
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