Item #CL168-148 Back Entrance To Solomon’s Palace. William Walcot, British.
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Back Entrance To Solomon’s Palace

c1920s. Etching with drypoint and softground, editioned 43/60, initialled “W.W.” and signed by Walcot and titled in another hand in pencil in lower margin, 18.8 x 29.6cm. Minor soiling and rubbing to margins.

Born at Lustdorf, near Odessa in a mixed Scottish-Russian family, Walcot was a British architect graphic artist and etcher, notable as a practitioner of a refined Art Nouveau style. In 1920s-30s, he concentrated on graphic art and was regarded as the best architectural draftsman in London. His trademark “Lady’s Head” keystone ornament became a symbol of the Russian Style Moderne. Ref: Wiki.

Item #CL168-148

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