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True Tact Mrs Silvertongue (Who Has Been Chatting Most Agreeably to Mr Wilkes For the Last Two Hours). 'O, Don't Talk to Me of Ugly Men, Mr Wilkes! I Make a Point of Never Even Speaking to One!' (Mr Wilkes, Who Is Rather Sick of Being Told by Women That They On the Whole Object to Good Looks In the Male Sex, Appreciates the Remark Immensely)

George Du Maurier (1834-1896)

SIGNED AND SIGNED WITH INITIALS, INSCRIBED WITH TITLE AND CAPTION AND 'TO MISS GERTRUDE TALBOT GREY WITH KINDEST WISHES FROM HER SINCERE FRIENDS EMMA & GEORGE DU MAURIER', AND DATED 'FEB 1873' AND 'JULY 16TH 1874'
PEN AND INK
9 1/4 X 6 1/4 INCHES
ILLUSTRATED: PUNCH, 15 FEBRUARY 1873, PAGE 73
EXHIBITED: 'THE ILLUSTRATORS. THE BRITISH ART OF ILLUSTRATION 1837-2011',
NOVEMBER 2011 - JANUARY 2012, NO 43


Price
£1,250

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