A Blind Man (The Wayfarers)

Frederick Walker British
Publisher Jane Noseda British

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Walker based this etching of a boy guiding a blind man along a path near Haslemere, Surrey on a painting he created out-of-doors in February 1863, and then exhibited in 1866 as "The Wayfarers" (Private Collection).

A Blind Man (The Wayfarers), Frederick Walker (British, London 1840–1875 Perthshire, Scotland), Etching

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