[From the Community collection, a public trust in Agincourt, Iowa]
TATTON-WINTER, Cecil William [1896-1954]
Parliament Square, London
etching / 11 inches by 14.5 inches (image)
The son of William Tatton-Winter, “Cecil served in the army during the First World War, and considered making the army his career, but took his father’s advice and became an architect instead, also producing etchings and paintings in watercolour.” Though the artistic conception here was by Tatton-Winter, it was etched by Edward King, who has also signed the print.
This is one of five works given anonymously in memory of Amity Burroughs Flynn.