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Edmund Blampied

1886 - 1966

Shore Harvest by Edmund Blampied
 

Shore Harvest   1921

  Original drypoint.
Signed in pencil.
Ref: Appleby 78; Campbell Dodgson 68 i-ii/ii
S 295 x 461 mm; P & I 235 x 300 mm
£480
 
Original Edmund Blampied drypoint.

Superb impression with exceptionally rich burr to the drypoint line, from the only published edition of 100 signed proofs. The plate for this print is known to have been destroyed.

Edmund Blampied made a number of original etchings and drypoints depicting scenes of vraicing – the gathering of seaweed at low tide. Seaweed, or vraic, was used extensively in the Channel Islands as a source of manure and fuel. Here was the perfect subject for Edmund Blampied’s art – carthorses and labourers at work on the open expanses of beach, set against the brilliant light of sunshine reflected on wet sands.

On pale cream laid paper with full margins and deckle edge. Very fine condition.