Seascape etching with aquatint Southport Connecticut

by WilliamLeeHolt

This etching print with aquatint of a Southport Connecticut seascape is an original hand pulled print. It was inspired by an early evening walk on the beach near where I lived in Connecticut. The rough water, usually calm on Long Island Sound, the wind blowing the reeds in the water... all were signs that winter was about to arrive with a vengeance. A print from this edition resides in the Connecticut Historical Society's permanent collection. Prints are released/sold at random. Specific number requests not available. This print is subject to incremental price increases as the edition sells out.

The image area is 3 7/8in. x 7 1/2in. with generous borders, printed on BFK Rives archival printmaking paper, and is pencil-signed and numbered. Prints are released/sold at random. Specific number requests not available. This print is subject to incremental price increases as the edition sells out.

This print does NOT include framing or matting. The photo of the framed art is only to suggest a style of framing.

All of my original prints are hand-pulled by me. Because of this, each etching, aquatint, silkscreen, woodblock or lithograph I do varies slightly from print to print, in effect making each impression an original print, unlike a “reproduction”, where every print is exactly the same.

I do not use any of the photographic processes available today to etch my images, preferring to use traditional methods in my work.

To view more of my work, please visit my Etsy shop: http://www.williamholt.etsy.com

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Member:
Los Angeles Printmaking Society

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