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After Tatton Winter Etching of 'The Windmill' Etcher Dr D Donald

After Tatton Winter Etching of 'The Windmill' Etcher Dr D Donald

Code: 10383

£295.00 Approx $372.47, €343.82

A charmin etching - The Windmill After Tatton Winter - Etching by Dr D Donald - Cattle and Cattle hand in foreground.

36 x 25 cm

David Donald ( fl. 1895-1923) a Dr Surgeon and etcher. He illustrated street scenes in Italy and Morocco and exhibited at the Royal Academy. Etchings mostly published in 1923 by Museum Galleries, Museum Street, London.Lived at Streatham and later at Tilford. his etchings are sought after.

William Tatton Winter - Painter born Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire as William Winterbottom which he later shortened to avoid confusion with another similarly named artist. Initially began work in a Manchester business, studying art in the evenings at Manchester Academy of Fine Arts. When he began painting full-time he visited Holland and Belgium and studied under Verlat at the Antwerp Academy. From 1889 exhibited at the RA, also at the Paris Salon, Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, Dudley Gallery Art Society, Fine Art Society, Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, International Society of Sculptors, Painters %26 Gravers, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, New Gallery, Royal Hibernian Academy, Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Royal Society of British Artists who elected him a member in 1896 and Walker's Gallery. In 1902 Tatton Winter was elected a member of the London Sketch Club and also showed at the Croydon Art Society and in 1924 he was one of the artists chosen to provide a miniature painting for Queen Mary's Dolls' House, now at Windsor Castle. The London Borough of Sutton contains an impressive number of paintings and drawings by William Tatton Winter and an oil painting by him is in the collection of the Mercer Art Gallery.

Maker : David Donald, William Tatton Winter
Condition : Very Good
Origin : Welsh
Manufacture Date : c1920's