Stunning Lithograph by Victorian artist Henry Ryland called "Vienna". The monochrome print resembles and pencil drawing providing an hugely atmospheric and intricately detailed image with pre-raphaelite charm.
In good condition and professionally cleaned and reframed in a new frame and an acid free environment. 31.5cm high, 20cm wide or 12 x 8 inches.
Approximate date of artwork is 1890. He studied in London at the South Kensington Art School, and at Heatherley's. He also studied in Paris under Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, and at the Académie Julian under Gustave Boulanger and Lefebvre. He exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery, and from 1890 at the Royal Academy. He also was a regular exhibiter at the New Gallery and the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours (formerly the New Society of Painters in Water Colours).
He became a full member of the latter institution. He specialised in highly finished watercolour paintings containing images of young women in classical draperies on marble terraces. His watercolours were widely reproduced as prints.Also designed stained glass and his woodcuts were used in a number of magazines, including the English Illustrated Magazine in the 1880s and 1890s.