ORIGINAL 1939 AQUATINT ETCHING BY WELL KNOWN DELAWARE ARTIST: JEANNETTE SLOCOMB EDWARDS 1890 - 1989. Very Good impression showing Walker's Mill along the Brandywine River. Framed and Matted, matt has some staining. Frame measures 14 1/4" by 12 3/4" with a matt opening of 9 1/2" by 7 1/2". Signed and Dated lower right. Titled: THE OLD MILL. Wonderful etching by hard to find Delaware Artist. I guarantee this etching to be Original and as Described. Shipping will be $12.50 in the USA. Check out my other listings for more art.JEANNETTE SLOCOMB EDWARDS 1890 - 1989 Wilmington, Delaware. First art training in 1904 at the Clawson S. Hammitt School of Art in Wilmington. Graduated from Friends School in 1910 and from the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art in 1914, followed by studies in Paris, Venice and Florence. She continued her studies with Anthony Thieme of Rockport, Massachusetts, Sue Mae Gill of Philadelphia, John W. McCoy of Chadds Ford, Edward Grant and Charles MacLellan of Wilmington. She was a Charter member of the STUDIO GROUP, a group of women artists working out of the former Howard Pyle studio on Franklin Street. Active in the Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts and a member of the Art Alliance in Philadelphia. Jeannette Slocomb Edwards was one of the featured artists in the Biggs Museum of American Art Exhibition: ALMOST FORGOTTEN Delaware Women Artists 1900 - 1950. This exhibition was designed to give credit to Delaware's Female artists who worked in the shadow of Howard Pyle and his well known Male students such as Frank Schoonover, Thornton Oakley and N.C. Wyeth. Some of the other women represented included: Gertrude Howland Balch, Ethel Pennewill Brown Leach, Margery Pyle, Eugenia Eckford Rhoads, Olive Rush and Wuanita Smith. Original Etchings by Edwards are scarce. Don't miss out.
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