Signed and dated (1922) in plate to the lower left-hand corner. The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. A rich and varied body of work from master etcher and writer Herbert Cutner. Most of the work in this collection spans the artist's life to the first half of the 20th century, with the majority signed and dated.Cutner has succeeded in suggesting an enormous amount of detail in each composition, through carefully controlled areas of cross hatch and crisp printed line. This collection could have you browsing for a while!
Herbert Cutner was an etcher and writer born in Hull. He studied at the London County Council Bolt Court School of Art and at the Central School of Arts and Crafts, where his tutors included Walter Bayes and Frank Lewis Emanuel.
He exhibited mainly at the Society of Graphic Arts and was elected a member there in 1923. The V&A hold example of his work. He died in London in 1969. You can view our full collection of these here. Size: 13.1 x 13.9cm (5.2" x 5.5").Sheet: 18.2 x 20cm (7.2" x 7.9"). Plate: 14.5 x 15cm (5.7" x 5.9").
Includes a Certificate of Authenticity. All our artworks are packaged to a very high standard, using protective cellophane wallets, hardboard backing, and bubble wrap. Framed pictures are packed into custom made cartons. All of our items come with a Certificate of Authenticity. Bill, one of the directors was joined by his son, Dan, in 2012.
Bill and Dan (now managing director) are joined by 6 art historians/gallery specialists, 2 stock controllers/dispatchers and an art conservation specialist. We operate from dedicated premises in Corsham, Wiltshire in the UK and utilise various humidity controlled storage facilities in the local area. The art in our online gallery has been handpicked by our team of highly qualified art historians.
We try our hardest to ensure that artworks are described and photographed as accurately as possible. This includes using strobe lighting and colour calibrated screens to colour check our images.