Fitton Hedley—Hotel Barbett, Paris
Fitton Hedley (1858–1929) was an English engraver and printmaker noted mainly for his architectural etchings. His etchings included street scenes and important cathedrals in London, Florence, Edinburgh, and Paris. In 1907 the Société des Artistes Français awarded Hedley a gold medal for his work.
This piece is:
Hotel Barbett, Paris, 1929
Condition foxing throughout
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