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Halvergate Marshes [in pencil].
Halvergate Marshes [in pencil].
C.H. Baskett del et imp. [pencil signature.]
[n.d., c.1920.]
Pure aquatint, 170 x 320mm. 6¾ x 12½".
View of the Halvergate Marshes south of the River Bure on the Norfolk Broads in Norfolk, England; several windmills. Charles Henry Baskett (British, 1872 - 1953).
[Ref: 19860]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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H.M S. Anson.
H.M S. Anson. To Comdr. Rendell [in pencil.]
C.H. Baskett del et imp. [pencil signature.]
[n.d., c.1945.]
Aquatint on laid paper, dedicated by the artist, 230 x 350mm. 9 x 13¾". Mild paper discoloration.
HMS Anson was a King George V-class battleship of the Royal Navy, named after Admiral George Anson. She was built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Shipyard and launched on 24 February 1940, being completed on 22 June 1942. Anson saw service in the Second World War. Charles Henry Baskett (British, 1872 - 1953).
[Ref: 20228]   £220.00  
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H.M.S. Edinburgh [in pencil].
H.M.S. Edinburgh [in pencil].
C.H. Baskett [in pencil lower right.]
[n.d. c.1940.]
A rare aquatint with etching. Signed and inscribed in pencil. 292 x 426mm. 11½ x 16¾". Some foxing.
HMS Edinburgh, the Town-class light cruiser launched in 1939. She was damaged by a torpedo and then sucttled in the Barents Sea in mid-1942, until she was sunk by a U-Boat later that year. Charles Basket was an etcher and aquatinter. He studied at the Colchester School of Art and the Lambeth School of Art. Frank Mura taught him to draw in charcoal. Almost from the start of his career he received much acclaim for his aquatint etchings. He has become famous for his beautifully rendered landscapes, marine scenes and river views.
[Ref: 19776]   £260.00  
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H.M.S. Scylla [in pencil].
H.M.S. Scylla [in pencil].
C.H. Baskett del et imp. [pencil lower right.]
[n.d. c.1940.]
A rare aquatint with etching. Signed and inscribed in pencil. 284 x 420mm. 11¼ x 16½". Some tape along the top margin.
HMS Scylla was a Dido-class light cruiser launched in 1940, and was seriously damaged by a mine in 1944. Charles Henry Baskett (1872-1953) was an etcher and aquatinter. He studied at the Colchester School of Art and the Lambeth School of Art. Frank Mura taught him to draw in charcoal. Almost from the start of his career he received much acclaim for his aquatint etchings. He has become famous for his beautifully rendered landscapes, marine scenes and river views.
[Ref: 19775]   £260.00  
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