ALFRED DAWSON (English / active 1860-1893)

The etcher Alfred Dawson, who was active in the latter half of the nineteenth century, was the son of the marine and landscape painter Henry Dawson. Although Alfred Dawson exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy for thirty years, and also with august bodies such as the Royal Society of Painters and Etchers, his dates of birth and death do not appear to be known. Dawson was a regular contributor of etchings to Philip Gilbert Hamerton's journal The Portfolio,

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Selected prints by ALFRED DAWSON

Okehampton & Fingle
Bridge, Dartmoor, 1889
Lustleigh Cleave,
Dartmoor & Cranmere
Pool, Dartmoor, 1889

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