Gift of Leonard C. Hanna, Jr. 1941.632
Catalogue raisonné: Dodgson 70
A Glasgow artist with architectural training, Bone began to make prints in 1898. One of his earliest drypoints, Spring at Cardross already demonstrates Bone’s brilliant draftsmanship and atmospheric use of plate-tone. In abbreviated strokes, the artist described a panoramic view of the landscape of Dumbartonshire, Scotland.
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