First here is a brief biography on the artist.
Charles Henry Baskett was an accomplished aquatint engraver, most well-known for his expressive landscapes of the English coastline and marine and river scenes. Baskett first studied art in Colchester, Essex under the tutelage of his father Charles Edouard Baskett, who was also an etcher and painter, and then at Colchester School of Art. His studies were furthered at Lambeth School of Art, London and matured under Frank Mura, a landscape painter (American b.1861-?).
Baskett was, in 1893, the first Headmaster of Chelmsford College of Science and Art. His initial aquatints were executed in 1910 and he was elected a member of the Royal Engravers (R.E.) in 1918. His aquatints, normally printed in editions of 75, were published by the eminent Lefevre Gallery, London. Baskett is thought to have exhibited at the Royal Academy during his time as a Royal Engraver. A small yet comprehensible survey of Baskett’s work was displayed in 1985 at 19 Mason’s Yard, St. James’ by N.W, Lott and H.J. Gerrish Ltd of Marlborough, Wiltshire.
Now for value. In the art world prints, works produced in multiples are at the lower end of the value scale. Original paintings and sculptures being the highest. Current auction results show that an etching by Charles Henry Baskett have sold for $100.00 to $110.00. In a gallery I would expect to see a price range of $200.00 to $250.00.
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