Ethel Gabain

English , 1883 - 1950

Born in 1883, Ethel Gabain was one of the few women of her generation to be able to make a living as a lithographer. Gabain and her husband, English printmaker John Copley lived, for a number of years, in Italy where both found the inspiration to create some of their finest work.

Gabain produced original illustrations (lithographs) for an edition of “Jane Eyre”, printed in Paris by Léon Pichon in 1923. Her lithographs have a distinctive style that some critics have attributed to her Gallic blood, as she was half French.
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A Lady and her Knitting

1915

The Fine Art Society

Under $2,200

Au Clair de la Lune

1916

The Fine Art Society

$2,200 - $5,500

Stripes and Black

1914

The Fine Art Society

$2,200 - $5,500

The Printing Press

1911

The Fine Art Society

Under $2,200

Une Coryphée

1916

Gerrish Fine Art

Under $2,200