The 'Burns' Country. Rob.t Dunthorne has the honour to invite [in ink:] F. Lewin Esq. and friends to see a series of Seven Original Etchings by David Law. at the Rembrandt Head Gallery 5 Vigo Street, London. W.25th. January 1893 and following days.
A personal invitation to an exhibition of the works of David Law (1831-1901); a Scottish watercolour painter and etcher. He specialised in landscape painting and studied at the Trustees Academy in Edinburgh from 1845 to 1850.He gained employment in the Ordinance Survey Office and engraved maps for twenty years from 1851. He entered and was one of the founding members of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers in 1881 and by 1884 he was elected a member of the Society of British Artists. He was known for his etchings of the paintings of Turner and Corot but it is his etchings of his own work, such as the series of British castles, that he found a real and justifiable success.
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