The Fishing House
Edmund Hort New
Photomechanical reproduction of a pen and ink drawing
6 x 3¾ inches
The Yellow Book 9 (April 1896): 27
E. H. New is best known for his architectural drawings, and this is an early example which deploys a close attention to detail in the manner of Pre-Raphaelitism. Hort also designed Art Nouveau book covers, which are far more experimental and up-to-date than his modest designs in black and white.
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