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Etching by Sir Frank Short. One of the figures of boys that strike the quarter-bells on Rye Church tower. Beyond the bell, the roofs of the town, and Rye Port in the distance to left.
Etching by Sir Frank Short which shows the source of the Arvero, in the Valley of Chamouni, Savoy.
Etching by T Pennell showing Mond Gasworks at Dudley Port.
Etching by Sir Frank Short. A wide stretch of wooded country, with river in middle distance to right. In the foreground, under a tall tree on the left, a man is riding a white horse over a rough road, accompanied by three dogs. This scene is believed to b
Etching by Sir Frank Short. In the foreground two fishermen standing in a boat, and two in the water, are hauling in a seine-net; beyond the river, flat meadows and distant trees and hills; a sailing boat in a flash of light to the right; Glencapel in the
Etching by Sir Frank Short. A timber sea wall, supported by struts, runs from foreground on the left towards a dark group of buildings; on the opposite bank of the river, some sheds and three masts.
Etching by Sir Frank Short. On the near shore a boat is lying with a tidemark post to the right of it; the further shore is a low wooded slope, receding into the distance to the left, where trees are reflected in the water and distant hills are faintly se
Etching by Walter Richard Sickert showing a nude figure leaning on a wooden frame.
Etching by E T Lessore showing a group of people weaving baskets
Etching by E T Lessore showing a group of women seated. They appear to be working.
Etching by E T Lessire showing an old woman seated and leaning against the wall. People walk behind her.
Etching by E T Lessore showing a figure stood outside the parcels office with a sack of parcels beside them.
Etching by E T Lessore showing the exterior of a coffee bar. "Cocoa tea and coffee" is written on the window a figure stands just inside the doorway.
Etching by Sir Frank Short showing the Falls of the Rhine at Schaffhausen
Etching by Sir Frank Short. In a bleak landscape, cottages and sheds stand high to left; a clothes-line runs down the slope; in distance, low hills and forge chimney.