Edward Bouverie Hoyton1900-88
Great Seaside Farm
A superb impression printed on a full sheet of textured laid paper. Signed by the artist in pencil. In perfect condition.
Edward Bouverie Hoyton studied at Goldsmith's College, was a close friend of Graham Sutherland and was greatly influenced by F.L. Griggs. He won the Prix de Rome prize in 1926 and spent the next three years in Italy where a number of his best-known etchings were made. He became principal of the Penzance School of Art in 1941 remaining there until his retirement in 1965. He continued to live in Cornwall for the rest of his life. The Edward Bouverie Hoyton Archive and Collection, which contains more than two hundred etchings amongst an array of other material was acquired by Aberystwyth University.