Etching with very large margins, Pencil inscription 'CE Holloway to David Law' lower left; platemark 275 x 450mm (10¾ x 17¾"). Uncut.
Cheyne Walk in Chelsea, London. This historic street, whose 19th century residents included Rossetti, Swinburne, Whistler and Turner, was a favoured subject for many printmakers of the Victorian period. By Charles Edward Holloway (1838-97), painter and printmaker specialising in marine and landscape subjects. His work is held in several national collections, including the Tate. This impression was a gift from Holloway to his contemporary, painter and printmaker David Law (1831-1901).
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