Carloline Armington “Sea of Galilee” Original Etching
In 1905, Caroline Armington (1875—1939) made Paris her permanent home. Over the next three decades, She and her fellow artist Artist-husband (Frank) worked tirelessly to build parallel careers, each producing an impressive and widely collected body of paintings, etchings, and in Frank’s case, lithographs. Inspired by the enduring qualities of Gothic architecture and an earlier generation of artists including the Impressionists, James McNeill Whistler, and Charles Meryon, the Armingtons’ views of Paris are timeless records of their love for their adoptive home and technical mastery of their chosen media.
Here we have one of two rare images by the French Canadian artist, Caroline Armington Henri IV from her images while traveling in the Middle East in 1936. Original etching, signed and date in the plate and pencil signed on wove paper measuring 3.25 by 3.25 inches in the original mat and in excellent condition.
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