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Edward Lear, Mtahleb, Malta (1866)

Edward Lear, Mtahleb, Malta.
Inscribed ‘Emtachleb, Malta’, dated ’11 am Feby 3 1866′ and numbered 52, further inscribed with extensive colour notes. Watercolour heightened with bodycolour.  328 more words

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Edward Lear, Kangchenjunga from Darjeeling (1877)

Edward Lear, Kangchenjunga from Darjeeling.
Signed with monogram and dated 1877 l.r. Ooil on canvas. 117 x 178 cm. (46 x 70 in.)

Henry Austin Bruce, 1st Baron Aberdare, (1815-1895); 694 more words

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Edward Lear, Sunset on the Nile, above Aswan (1871)

Edward Lear, Sunset on the Nile, above Aswan.
Signed with monogram (lower left); bears exhibition label and inscribed, signed and dated ‘On the Nile/Edward Lear/1871′ (verso). 705 more words

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One of the many pictures Lear did on his later trip down the Nile in Egypt. (1871) lear and Howard Carter

Edward Lear, Jericho (1865)

Edward Lear, Jericho.
Signed with monogram, inscribed ‘JCS’ and dated ‘1865’ l.r. Watercolour and bodycolour. 17.7 x 25.2 cm. (7 x 10 in.)

Catherine Symonds, a gift from the artist; 400 more words

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Edward Lear, Sunset on the Nile, above Aswan (1871)

Edward Lear, Sunset on the Nile, above Aswan.
Signed with monogram (lower left); bears exhibition label and inscribed, signed and dated ‘On the Nile/Edward Lear/1871′ (verso). 705 more words

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I love that "Nonsense Poetry" exists...

… and that the more you think about it, the less nonsensical it becomes.

Cold Are the Crabs
Edward Lear

Cold are the crabs that crawl on yonder hills… 111 more words

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Limericks

A LIMERICK is a form of poetry, especially one in five-line meter, with a strict RHYME SCHEME (AABBA), which is sometimes obscene with humorous intent.  The 1st, 2nd and 5th lines are usually longer than the 3rd and 4th.  456 more words

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