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W. Wellstood Wall Art

William Wellstood (1819 - 1900) was a copperplate engraver, Porträtstecher, Etcher and Engraver. He was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and died in New York, NY. Wellstood was active in both New York and Scotland. He was known mainly for being a Portraitist and a landscape engraver. Wellstood loved art from a tender age and his talent was discovered early enough by those who surrounded him. He was encouraged and supported by many in his journey to become an artist. His art was primarily influenced by the environment in which he grew up and the people he interacted with. He produced several pieces of art that can today be seen hanging on the walls of many buildings around the world. His art is easily recognizable because he developed a unique style.

They’re quite easy to pick from among the works of other artists. Many collectors stock his art since they are in great demand. Wellstood’s art is not only meant for hanging on the wall, they are inspiring to all those who view them. Wellstood was open to learning new techniques and styles to help keep his art fresh. He also visited and took part in many art exhibitions to learn from his fellow artists. The artist produced his art in a variety of finishing options to satisfy the varying needs of his clients. By working a variety of media, he was able to attract a huge following of fans. Even today, his fan base is still expanding as many people get to discover his art.
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Scenic City Views II
Fine-Art Print
20" x 16"
Ships within 15-17 days
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