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This work shows the influence of Scottish artist and illustrator Jessie M. King who introduced Walton to drawing in pen and ink as a move away from watercolours. Walton welcomed this change in her technique as she was trying hard not to be drawn into the Impressionist style of her father, E. Walton, and his artist friends including James Guthrie, Arthur Melville and Whistler; men whose work she was constantly surrounded by.
Drawing in pen and ink, and subsequently making etchings, meant that Walton had to train her hand to draw with a clear, graphic line. She studied in London, Edinburgh, Paris and Florence and became a member of the Edinburgh Group, practising in the capital as a painter, sculptor and illustrator.
Influenced by the Symbolist style, her book…. Cecile Walton. About this artwork This work shows the influence of Scottish artist and illustrator Jessie M. Cecile Walton Scottish. Etching on paper.
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Tell us what you think. Influenced by the Symbolist style, her book… about this artist. Related group.Girl with the feather in her hair
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