Scottish Etching of Whitewater Rapids by MacWhirter and Macbeth, 1896
Original 1896 framed and matted etching of whitewater rapids in Glen Affaric River, in the Scottish Highlands. This is an antique print, not a modern copy. Dynamic image with rocks, roiling water, spray in the air around the corner. Image size 6.5 x 9.75. Exceptionally fine lines of the engraving, are not quite visible in our photo. A nice piece for someone who is fond of Scotland or of whitewhater!
Painted by prominent 19th c. Scottish landscape artist, John MacWhirter, R.A. (1839-1911). The etching was done by R. Macbeth (1848-1910) a noted engraver. Published by the Art Journal of London in 1896.
Under the image it says
-Painted by J. MacWhirter, R.A.
-Etched by R. W. Macbeth A.R.A.
"Th'incessant roar of headlong tumbling floods" (which is a quote from Robert Burns)
Glean Affaric N.B.
Condition excellent, except for a fold in the paper 1.5" below the image. Sepia on thick cream wove paper with wide margins as published. An excellent impression with sharply etched lines. Not examined outside the frame. No visible stains or tears.
WIDTH: 21 in | HEIGHT: 18¾ in | DEPTH: 0¾ in
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CONDITION: see above