Richard S Chattock

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Born in 1825, Richard Samuel Chattock was a listed printmaker, painter, and etcher, born in Warwickshire, England.

Initially trained as a solicitor like his father, he took an interest in art in the late 1850's and began exhibiting his work in the Royal Birmingham Society and the Royal Academy.

His most famous works were a portfolio of sixteen etchings depicting the industrial landscape of the Black Country of England (of which this etching is one of the group). The Black Country was the industrial underbelly of the coal and iron district of South Stafforshire. He died in 1906.

More details of this artwork are below

Title

Blast Furnaces, Cradley

Artist

Richard Samuel Chattock, English ~ 1825 - 1906

Dated

1872 (Label Verso)

Signed

Lower Right

Medium

Etching On Paper

Price

$450.00

Size

8.6" by 13" by sight

Style

Etched Realism Landscape

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