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Revival Etchings and Etchers


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The Etching Revival was the re-emergence and invigoration of etching as an original form of printmaking during the period approximately from 1850 to 1930. The main centres were France, Britain and the United States, but other countries, such as the Netherlands, also participated. Further information: Wikipedia

Revival Etchers
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Bird, Charles 1856-1916
Brunet-Debaines, Alfred Louis 1845-1939
Cherry, Edward J. 1886-1960
Drury, Paul 1903-87
Ellison, Fred E
Farren, Robert H. 1832-1910
Hardie, Martin 1875-1952
Legros, Alphonse 1837-1911
Pennell, Joseph 1857-1926
Pimlott, Philip 1871-1960
Piper, Elizabeth
Rost, Ernest Christian 1867-1940
Rowbotham, Claude Hamilton 1864-1949
Sharland, Edward W 1884-1967
Sweet, Walter Henry 1889-1943
Toussaint, Henri 1849-1911
Woollard, Dorothy 1886-1986
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