C1927

His Honour Judge Parry / Manchester 1894-1911 / Lambeth 1911-1927

Large drypoint portrait of Judge Parry by the English print maker Malcom Osborne signed in pencil lower right. Sir Edward Abbott Parry (1863-1943) was a British judge and dramatist. Parry was born in London into a prominent Welsh family, the … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

His Honour Judge Parry / Manchester 1894-1911 / Lambeth 1911-1927

Date:

C1927

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Drypoint

Image Size: 

232mm 
x 286mm

Paper Size: 

323mm 
x 420mm
AUTHENTICITY
His Honour Judge Parry / Manchester 1894-1911 / Lambeth 1911-1927 - Vintage Print from 1927

Guaranteed Vintage Item
dated:

1927

Description:

Large drypoint portrait of Judge Parry by the English print maker Malcom Osborne signed in pencil lower right.

Sir Edward Abbott Parry (1863-1943) was a British judge and dramatist. Parry was born in London into a prominent Welsh family, the second son of barrister John Humffreys Parry and grandson of antiquary John Humffreys Parry, a leader of the Welsh literature movement in the early 19th century. His great-uncle Thomas Parry was bishop of Barbados and his great-grandfather Edward Parry was Rector of Llanferres, Denbighshire. Parry himself studied at the Middle Temple and was called to the Bar in 1885. He was Judge of Manchester County Court 1894-1911 and became Judge of Lambeth County Court in 1911. He wrote several plays and books for children.

Provenance:
From the estate of master Australian printmaker, John Barclay Godson (1882-1957)

Collections:
British Museum: Museum number 1928,0215.2
Museum New Zealand: Registration Number1963-0005-9
National Gallery Australia: LEGACY ID 1000011595

Malcolm Osborne (1879 - 1963)

Malcolm Osborne (1880-1963) was born in Frome, Somerset. He studied at Bristol School of Art and the Royal College of Art, London, under Sir Frank Short; when Short retired in 1924 he succeeded him as head of the etching and engraving school. Osborne produced just over a hundred prints, including British and European land and townscapes, but it is for his portraiture that he is most highly regarded.

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