Andrew Fairbairn Affleck

Andrew Fairbairn Affleck (Scottish) 1869-1935
Continental House, signed etching, c. 20″ x 8″ plus mat/frame

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This etching is in excellent condition and was reframed about twenty years ago.

Andrew Affleck was an Ayr painter and etcher who specialized in architectural subjects. Born in Scotland, he settled in London having travelled extensively while living in England, Belgium, France and Spain. Affleck etched many views in England, Holland, Italy, Belgium and in America. Around 1910 Affleck moved to France and some of his finest works feature French buildings and their interiors. This etching may be from that period. His work is included in many collections including the British Museum.

Note: Every window of the building in this etching is a unique design!

Also by this artist:

The Towers of Calais, 1925 – Etching and drypoint
Image Credit – Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art
Venice, c. 1920s – Etching and drypoint
Image Credit – National Gallery, Corcoran Collection (Bequest Of Frank B. Bristow)
Arco de Santa Maria II, Etching
Image Credit – Sulis Fine Art
Hotel De Ville, Bruges – Etching


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