William Strang (1859-1921) Eight etchings from 'The Compleat...

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William Strang (1859-1921) Eight etchings from 'The Compleat Angler' by Izaac Walton Published by Freemantle and Co. 1902, comprised of, 'Izaac Walton' - Frontispiece to Vol I, 'A pipe of good tobacco', 'Well met, Gentlemen', 'Adam taught it to his sons', 'The milkmaid's son', 'Charles Cotton' - Frontispiece to Vol II, 'Montaigne and his cat', 'Sir Henry Wooten had doubtless written a discourse in praise of angling if Death had not prevented him', 'See here, a Boy gathering lilies and lady-smocks, and there a girl cropping culverkeys and cowslips', 'What shame and pity it is then that such a river should be destroyed by the basest sort of people' Each signed in pencil lower right 15.1cm x 11.4cm Unframed

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