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The Dead Artists Gallery Presents “Landscape at Noon”

On the other hand, as Tevye the Dairyman would say, London-based aquatint master Robert Watson gives full reign to the viewer’s imagination with this 1972 artist-proof “landscape at Noon” on heavy woven paper signed in pencil along the bottom. Using a copper plate etched with nitric acid, Watson produces a total effect which creates sunken areas, holding the ink and producing tones rather than lines. 14″ x 18″ in classic stained tiered-wood frame circa 1950, $425. Protected by an archival ultraviolet film as are all our unglazed pieces.

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