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Another Sort of Brogham Has this Bit of Broom Swept Me Away? ... Another from of Broom just a Duck of a Horse One In His Bread Basket

Charles Doyle (1832-1893)

INSCRIBED WITH TITLES
INSCRIBED 'SORRY I HAVE NOT TIME TO WORK OUT THIS IDEA – FAIRIES DODGING ROUND A THISTLE. IT WOULD MAKE A BRIGHT LITTLE BIT – EVERY LINE OF THISTLE IS FROM NATURE' ON REVERSE
PEN INK AND WATERCOLOUR
7 X 9 3/4 INCHES

TAKEN FROM A SKETCH BOOK OF THE 1880S, WHICH IS INSCRIBED 'IDA WITH MAMA'S LOVE' AND DATED '11TH APRIL 1899' ON THE INSIDE FRONT COVER. IDA WAS THE NICKNAME OF DOYLE'S YOUNGEST DAUGHTER, JANE ADELAIDE ROSE.
EXHIBITED: 'THE ILLUSTRATORS. THE BRITISH ART OF ILLUSTRATION 1837-2012',
NOVEMBER 2012 - JANUARY 2013, NO 84/85


Price
£2,250

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