Yorkshire Coast and Moorland Scenes.

By Gordon Home

Printed: 1904

Publisher: Adam & Charles Black. London

Edition: De Luxe limited edition of 200

Dimensions 23 × 28 × 4 cm

Language: English

Signed by: Author

Size (cminches): 23 x 28 x 4

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Cream cloth binding with gilt title on the spine and front board, both with black chequered line edging. No. 170 of limited edition of 200. Signed by author.

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In this volume Home lovingly paints and describes the coastal and Moorland regions of Yorkshire. An artist who worked mainly in watercolour, and who frequently exhibited at the Royal Academy, Home is noteworthy among illustrators for being equally talented with a writer’s pen.

Gordon Cochrane Home (25 July 1878 – 13 December 1969) was an English landscape artist, writer, and illustrator. Home was born in London. He worked as an art editor at “The Tatler”, “The King” and later at the publishers A & C Black. He served as a Major in the Royal Army Service Corps from 1914 to 1920 in France and North Africa, and later travelled widely in North Africa, the British Empire and the Commonwealth.

Home worked mainly in watercolour and pen and ink and frequently exhibited at the Royal Academy. He exhibited at the first annual exhibition of the Society of Graphic Art in 1921. Home wrote and illustrated many travel and history books for A & C Black, J M Dent and other publishers.

Please review F.B.A.’s painting category where you will some of Home’s paintings

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