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Herbert Dicksee RA, RE,
1862 - 1942

Herbert Thomas Dicksee was born in 1862 and died in 1942. He was a Painter & Etcher and was Son of John Robert. He lived all his life in London, firstly at Fitzroy Square, then Cranfield Gardens.
His main publisher was Klackmer of London and New York and the originals were mainly executed in oils. He first studied art at the Slade School where he won medals for painting and drawing from life, and also a Slade Scholarship.
Well over 300 of Dicksee's works were exhibited in various galleries - Fine Arts Society, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, Manchester City Art Gallery etc, but by far the majority at the Royal Society of Painters, Etchers and Engravers and the Royal Academy.

Against the wind by Herbert Dicksee

Against the wind (1900)

Dry point etching

29cm x 58.5cm (11.4" x 23.0")

Published by Frost and Reed of London, With blind stamp.SOLD

SOLD
The last furrow by Herbert Dicksee

The last furrow (1899)

Dry point etching

29cm x 58.5cm (11.4" x 23.0")

Published by Frost and Reed of London, With blind stamp. SOLD

SOLD
The Crest of the Hill by Herbert Dicksee

The Crest of the Hill (1911)

Dry point etching

44cm x 70cm (17.3" x 27.6")

285.00 GBP

Published by Frost and Reed 1911, With blind stamp. Framed size 66 x 90 cm,

The Challenge by Herbert Dicksee

The Challenge (c1910)

Dry point etching

18cm x 25.5cm (7.1" x 10.0")

145.00 GBP

Framed size 35 x 42 cm

Marauders by Herbert Dicksee

Marauders (c1910)

Dry point etching

15.9cm x 24.8cm (6.3" x 9.8")

145.00 GBP

Framed size 35 x 42 cm

Parting ways by Herbert Dicksee

Parting ways (1906)

Dry point etching

46cm x 69cm (18.1" x 27.2")

Initialed H D and dated 1906 in plate.

SOLD
Nearing Home by Herbert Dicksee

Nearing Home (1901)

Dry point etching

52cm x 66cm (20.5" x 26.0")

1,250.00 GBP

Signed

On Vellum, Signed in pencil on margin. Framed size 76 x 88 cm

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