Charles Holroyd (aka Sir Charles Holroyd) (1861–1917)
“Langstrath”, 1905, pencil-signed and titled artist’s proof.
Etching with plate tone on laid paper.
Size: (sheet) 24.7 x 35.3 cm; (plate) 20 x 30.1 cm.
Inscribed in pencil below the platemark: (left) “Langstrath.”; (right) “Charles Holroyd”.
Dodgson 187 (192) (Campbell Dodgson [ed.] 1923, “The Print Collector's Quarterly”, vol.10, no.4, New York, E. Weyhe, p. 354, cat. no. 187 ).
Dodgson (1923) describes the portrayed scene of this etching as a “mountain stream dashing over rocks” (p. 354 [https://archive.org/details/printcollectorsq104carr/page/354/mode/2up]).
See also the description of this print offered by the Tate and the Hugh Lane Gallery: https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/holroyd-langstrath-p01021; https://hughlane.emuseum.com/objects/800/langstrath-beck.
Condition: a richly inked and well-printed proof-state impression with adequate/good margins in an excellent condition with no tears, holes, folds, abrasions or significant stains, foxing or signs of handling. There is a previous collector’s pencil note verso.
I am selling this magnificent impression showing fast flowing water crossing the rocky terrain at Langstrath Beck in Cumbria (North West England, bordering Scotland), for the total cost of AU$229 (currently US$155.67/EUR147.62/GBP127.08 at the time of this listing) including Express Mail (EMS) postage and handling to anywhere in the world, but not (of course) any import duties/taxes imposed by some countries.
If you are interested in purchasing this dramatic proof-state etching—note how the careful wiping of the plate has created a darkly toned foreground with sparkling light in the water and a pale distance—please contact me (email@example.com) and I will send you a PayPal invoice to make the payment easy.