Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe OBE RA (1901-1979) Oxeye in the Rosebush, 1937, signed in pencil bottom right, wood engraving for Kenneth Williamson's The Sky's Their Highway, measurements 15.2 x 10.3 cm (PL), frame 45 x 34 cm
Illustrated in Meyrick R. & Heuser, H. 2017, Charles Tunnicliffe Prints: A Catalogue Raisonne, Royal Academy of Arts, London, p. 313
Provenance: consigned from a significant private collection of wildlife art
Sold for £250
This item is a work on paper, framed under museum quality glazing- not examined external to the frame. The print has full margins and is signed in pencil bottom right. The sheet appears in good condition, some minor yellowing of the paper due to ageing, there are no visible signs of rips, creasing or folds and there does not appear to be evidence for deterioration. The colours are well preserved and the surface appears stable. The frame is in good condition with solid joints.
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