After-glow (or Evening) on the Findhorn. 1907. Etching and drypoint. Rinder 399 i/ii. 9 x 8 (sheet 10 3/8 x 9 1/16). State before the renewal of the sun's disk and deepening of shadows before the small figures. Unobtrusive stain in the upper right-hand margin; otherwise excellent condition. A magnificent glowing impression printed on fine Japanese mulberry paper. An extremely scarce image - no published edition. Signed in pencil. $1,250.
The River Findhorn (Scottish Gaelic: Uisge Eireann) is one of the longest rivers in Scotland. Located in the north east, it flows into the Moray Firth on the north coast. It has one of the largest non-firth estuaries in Scotland.
The river provides excellent salmon and trout fishing and is popular with anglers from across the globe. It also one of Scotland's classic white water kayaking rivers (varying from grade 2 to 4) and draws canoeists from across the country.
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