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Edward Lear, Venice (1865)

Edward Lear, Venice.
Pen, ink and watercolour, inscribed “Venice Nov 11 4 pm 1865 (8)”, also with colour annotations throughout 12 x 34cms.

The Saleroom.

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Edward Lear, Girgeh on the Nile (1857)

Edward Lear, Girgeh on the Nile.
October 1857 (not 1859 as in the auction post, not sure on the day either)

Sold with:

Edward Lear, Figures in a Mountain Landscape.
4 June 1852.

The Saleroom.

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Not by Edward Lear

If, like me, you sometimes visit ArtUK to see if there is anything new by Edward Lear, you might have noticed that there are two paintings which look completely different from his other ones. 167 more words

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Edward Lear's "Rich and rare were the gems she wore"

I have already discussed Edward Lear’s Irish sources herehere and here. Another fine instance is the parody in four pictures that Lear drew of Thomas Moore’s “Rich and rare were the gems she wore” from the first volume of Moore’s  231 more words

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The 1951 Rolling Review Show ... # 165

The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 165

Welcome to the 1951 Rolling Review Show which features pieces of music I have enjoyed at some time in my life. 120 more words

The 1951 Rolling Review Show

Edward Lear, Ithaca (1863)

Edward Lear, Ithaca.
Inscribed with title and dated 1 May 1863 2.30pm, numbered ‘114’, pen, ink and watercolour and inscribed with notes, 33 x 49cm. The Department of Western Art, Ashmolean Museum Oxford label verso.

Mallam’s Oxford.

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Edward Lear, Some Birds from John Gould's Birds of Europe

Little Egret.

Great Black-Backed Gull, Audouin’s Gull Glaucous Gull.

Great Egret.

Great Bustard.

Rock Ptarmigan.

Edward Lear’s lithographs with contemporary hand colouring, old ‘punch holes’ to upper margin, 340 x 520 mm.  13 more words

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