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Item ID Number: 3446;

Print Number 3446 
Painter Walter Dendy Sadler 
Title The Right of Way 
Engraver James Dobie 
Date c. 1903 
Publisher L. H. Lefevre & Son 
Place of Publication London 
Image Size (mm) 363 x 483 
Image Size (Inches) 14.30 x 19.00 
Paper Size (mm) 505 x 605 
Paper Size (Inches) 19.88 x 23.82 
Platemark Size (mm) 455 x 560 
Platemark Size (Inches) 17.91 x 22.05 
Coloring Original Hand Coloring 
Medium Etching 
Condition Very Good 
Notes An important late 19th Century - Early 20th Century legal print related to real estate. Walter Dendy Sadler (12 May 1854 – 13 November 1923) was an English painter. He painted contemporary people in domestic and daily life pursuits, showing them with comical expressions illustrating their greed, stupidity etc. His subjects were usually set in the late eighteenth or early nineteenth centuries with sentimental, romantic and humorous themes. Before painting a scene he would create elaborate settings in which local villagers would often pose as models. Indeed, as he often used the same props and models, these can sometimes be seen repeated in successive paintings in different guises. The home, the inn, the lawyers office, the garden and the golf course all provide subjects for his wit and clever social observation. 
Price (US$) 750  
Short Description Legal;  

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