John Copley

(England 25 Jun 1875 – 16 Jul 1950)

A tea shop

Location
Not on display
Further information

John Copley was one of the founders of the Senefelder Club (London 1909), a group of artists that devoted themselves to practicing & promoting original lithography at a time when etching was the fashion. It was through this club that Thea Proctor was introduced to this medium, hence the Proctor Fund's donation of this print. This work is one of Copley's earliest prints, produced in 1909, the same year of the first exhibition of the Senefelder Club.

Year
1909
Media
Print
Medium
colour lithograph
Dimensions
34.1 x 30.7 cm sheet
Signature & date

Signed l.r. sheet, pencil "John Copley". Not dated.

Credit
Thea Proctor Memorial Fund 1991
Accession number
59.1991