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[Dandelion Clocks]
[Dandelion Clocks]
MFW. F H Whittington. M.J. Whittington [pencil signatures].
[n.d., c.1950.]
Wood engraving printed in colours. Sheet 270 x 190mm (10½ x 7½").
A red-headed woman in a hooped skirt stands between a spider's web and dandelions. A collaboration between Francis Herbert Whittington (1876-1973) and his wife, Marjory Florence Whittington (née Hood, 1888-1970)
[Ref: 62314]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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R. Herdman-Smith.
[London: Arthur Greatorex, n.d., c.1935.]
Etching, printed in colours, limited edition 13/75, titled and signed in pencil by the artist. 125 x 175mm (5 x 7"), in publisher's mount with printed title label.
A pair of Japanese women with parasol, fan and goldfish bowl. Robert Herdman-Smith (1879-1945) produced 18 prints in the Asian Art-Deco style during the 1930s. Although he travelled to India, Australia and the United States, he never visited Japan.
[Ref: 62319]   £320.00  
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[Cambridge. Queen's College, President's Gallery.] 59.
[Cambridge. Queen's College, President's Gallery.] 59. [Queen's College was founded in 1446 by Margaret of Anjou and Elizabeth Wydvil. The whole of the first court, together with the Library and Chapel, was finished within a few years of the foundation. The President's Gallery, which was superimposed on the older northern cloister, is a beautiful and little altered specimen of the domestic architecture of the 16th Century. It was panelled by Humphrey Tindal, who was President between 1579 and 1614. The Gallery, one of the oustanding buildings in Cambridge, consists of one large room; in addition to the fine timber work and picturesque windows, it is notable for some fine paintings, including one by Reynolds and one by Holbein of Erasmus, who is the most famous of all the names associated with the College. The exterior of the Gallery was originally even more striking than it is now; 17th century prints show that all the windows on the court side were double decker bow windows resting on wooden pillars and surmounted by lofty turrets. They proved too heavy, and were reduced to the present proportions, the middle window remaining closest to the original design for all three of them.]
Arthur Spencer [pencil signature to the bottom left-hand side outside the image]
[n.d. c.1920.] Copyright. F. & M. Ltd., Bedford, Eng.
Etching. 285 x 255mm (11¼ x 10"), with very large margins. Mint.
[Ref: 62266]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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