Harrogate by Cyril H Barraud (1936 Etching)

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Harrogate by Cyril H Barraud
One of a series of Un-issued Carriage Prints
20" × 10" incl. borders
Print code: L913
1+ £22.00 each unframed
2+ £20.50 each unframed

This was commissioned as an etching by Cyril Barraud for the LNER in 1936. It was never used. Possibly it lacks focus. Harrogate is a very green spa town but maybe this composition overdid that. Most people will realise that the town was a foundational British spa. As far back as 1596 the term ?English Spa? was first recorded here. The local geology led to the group of Knaresborough, Harrogate and Harlow Carr all having spring potential. Harlow Carr...
The preceding text is a small extract of a complete researched caption by Greg Norden & Robert Forsythe on this image, which will be sent with every purchased print.

The high resolution of printing and the art materials used give an excellent reproduction as they retain much of the feel and delicacy of the originals.

All the digital prints are clearly marked as reproductions.

This image has been watermarked "GNC" (Greg Norden Collection) to avoid copying. Purchased prints do not contain this watermark.

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