Reference: Fletcher 52, seventh state (of 7). From the edition of 107. In good condition, with slightest toning, with full margins and as issued and (not archivally) matted.
A fine impression with exquisite detailing, printed in a dark brownish black ink on laid Whatman paper, with the Whatman watermark.
Brockhurst was one of the outstanding British artists of the early 20th Century, hugely popular in the '20's and early '30's. Today he seems to be gaining renown for his poignant images of young women and girls, several portraits of contemporaries (Rushbury, McBey); and for classic portraits such as The Dancer; to print lovers impressions such as this example show him at his best: an artist able to capture his subject through mastery of both etching technique and draftsmanship.