Scottish Vernacular Cottages print

Scottish Vernacular Cottages print "Evening Gossip" Alec Fraser

Code: 10448


W: 44.5cm (17.5")H: 39.5cm (15.6")

£245.00 Approx $310.52, €286.55, £245

For sale is an atmospheric Late 19th Century Victorian print titled "Evening Gossip" by Alec Fraser produced between c.1886-1939.

- The atmospheric Scottish vernacular scene of cottages against the moon-lit view, with two women talking in the centre by houses on the left, further three figures in the right middle distance, with ducks feeding in the stream running down the hill,  crescent reflecting in the sea in the background.  Likely from the end of the 19th or early 20th Century.
- Aquatint is an etched printmaking technique that produces tonal effects by using an acid to erode into the printing plate creating sunken areas which then hold the ink.
- Signed in lower margin in pencil by artist, with title. Alec Fraser.
- Registered in the British Museum 1916,0125.4 (possibly miss-attributed to / under Alexander Fraser).
- Under glass, mounted and framed.
- Alec Fraser fl. 1900-1914 was an Aberdeen painter of seascapes and coastal scenes and landscapes in a broad manner.  He was also the uncle to Jackson Simpson who was the head of Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen. 

Ready for a new home to provide decoration in a Scottish vernacular manner.

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