British printmaker Anthony Dawson’s tiny, perfect etchings match the tones that surround us now as fall fades into winter. His prints are hand-coloured with water-colour washes. (Above: High and Dry, Aldeburgh | ink & watercolour | 6” x 11” ) See more at Thompson’s Gallery in Suffolk, here.
Dawson finds etching well suited to expressing the color and detail found in the beachside boats, huts and fishing paraphernalia of East Anglia and in the traditional stone buildings of the Cotswolds.
I really like how the somewhat nostalgic tones sit on my eye.
True, it is nostalgic. Makes me think of my own summers on a lake, closing things up in the fall.
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