Etching by Edmund Blampied. (From Wiki):"Edmund Blampied (30 March 1886 Â– 26 August 1966) was one of the most eminent artists to come from the Channel Islands, yet he received no formal training in art until he was 16 years old. He was noted mostly for his etchings and drypoints published at the height of the print boom in the 1920s during the etching revival, but was also a lithographer, caricaturist, cartoonist, book illustrator and artist in oils, watercolours, silhouettes and bronze.In 1925 the Central School of Arts and Crafts submitted two of BlampiedÂ’s lithographs with the work of other students to the Exposition Internationale des Arts DÃ©coratifs et Industriels Modernes in Paris, the exhibition that gave rise to the term Â“Art DecoÂ”. The School won a Grand Prix for its works on paper and Blampied was one of 12 students who were awarded a Gold Medal as a collaborateur." Etching: 7.5"x 5.75" in a frame: 14.75"x 12.75".