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    Posted 12 months ago

    charmsomeone
    (1130 items)

    Original etching by Hedley Fiou? Title “ Sierra “ 17.5 inches x 11.5 inches. Can’t make out the last name.

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    1. keramikos, 12 months ago
      Hi, charmsomeone. :-)

      My initial instinct on seeing the surname on the matting was "Hilton," and indeed there is an artist named "Hedley Hilton," but then I looked at the surname on the back label, and that first character looked more like an "F."

      There was an engraver name named "Hedley Fitton":

      *snip*

      Hedley Fitton was born in 1859 in Manchester, England. During the early part of his life, worked as an editor and illustrator for The Daily Chronicle in his home town of Manchester. He specialized in architectural etchings and gained notoriety for his finely detailed etchings of well known British and European structures. His etchings include street scenes and prominent cathedrals of such cities as London, Florence, Edinburgh, and Paris.

      Fitton worked throughout England, Scotland, France and Italy and is nowadays remembered mainly as an etcher of architectural subjects.

      *snip*

      https://www.annexgalleries.com/artists/biography/704/Fitton/Hedley

      Your print:

      *snip*

      Casino di Nobili, Siena
      Artist:
      Hedley Fitton
      Date:
      19th–20th century

      *snip*

      https://art.famsf.org/hedley-fitton/casino-di-nobili-siena-19633030171

      This site dates it to 1912/1913:

      *snip*

      Casino di Nobile, Siena 1912/13
      Original etching.
      Signed in pencil.
      Fuller pp.54-55
      S 491 x 327 mm; P & I 448 x 297 mm
      £420

      Original Hedley Fitton etching.

      Excellent signed proof impression.

      The complex architecture of the beautiful Italian city of Siena proved a delight for Hedley Fitton's etching needle in this superbly worked plate. An outstanding example printed with delicate plate tone and exceptional contrast.

      *snip*

      https://www.campbell-fine-art.com/items.php?id=651
    2. dav2no1 dav2no1, 12 months ago
      Hedley Fitton

      Looks like a nice early piece

      https://www.ebay.com/itm/Hedley-Fitton-c-1900-original-etching-UK-English-artist-City-Gate-Genoa-Italy-/163906787892
    3. charmsomeone charmsomeone, 12 months ago
      Keramikos thank you for the information.
    4. charmsomeone charmsomeone, 12 months ago
      Dav2no1 thank you for the information.
    5. vetraio50 vetraio50, 12 months ago
      Lovely Fitton etching.
    6. charmsomeone charmsomeone, 12 months ago
      Thank you vetraio50.
    7. keramikos, 12 months ago
      charmsomeone, You're welcome.:-)

      As vetraio50 pointed out, it's actually an etching, not an engraving. My bad. :-)

      Now that the etching and its artist have been identified, could you please mark it as "Mystery Solved?"

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