[Scene in a Continental port town, probably France; boats in the foreground.]
Etching, 295 x 275mm. 11½ x 10¾".
By Andrew Fairbairn Affleck (1874 - 1935). Along with Hedley Fitton and Axel Haig, Affleck ranked as one of Britain's most important architectural etchers of the early twentieth century. Best known for his large plates, Affleck etched many views in England, Holland, Italy, Belgium and in America. Around 1910, he moved permanently to France and some of his finest art deals with French buildings and their interiors. Today, the largest collections of Andrew Affleck's original etchings are housed in the British Museum, London.
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