Lithograph printed in 1940 by Ebenezer Baylis & Son, LTD, London, England. Published by W. & G. Foyle, Limited, London, England.
Cotman was an artist of the Norwich school and an associate of John Crome. He spent all his life in England, apart from three trips to Normandy financed by rich patrons. His landscapes are known for their advanced use of light and shade, as well as their starkness. He died in London on the 24th of July 1842. Cotman's work was not considered of much importance in his own day, and his pictures only procured small prices; but he now ranks as one of the great figures of the Norwich school. The British Museum in London, England has a large collection of Cotman's works.
This print is in excellent condition. It has light age toning. It was stored flat and protected. Never been framed.
Printed on quality stock paper.