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Edward Lear, Pentedattelo (1847)

Edward Lear, Pentedattelo, Calabria.
Inscribed and dated ‘Pentidatelo/1 Sept 1847’ (lower left); annotated (throughout). Ink and wash heightened with white over traces of pencil. 20.3 x 29.2cm (8 x 11 1/2in).


Edward Lear

Edward Lear, View of Rome

Edward Lear, View of Rome.
Variously inscribed and annotated. Pencil on paper. 27 x 42cm (10 5/8 x 16 9/16in).

Ex collection of art critic Nicolas Powell (1920-1986). 7 more words

Edward Lear


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Throughout the process of unpacking, downsizing and remodeling, my husband and friends often asked me, “So what’s next, Michele? What are you going to do with yourself?” My answer was always the same: I didn’t know, but I wasn’t worried. 448 more words

From The Pink Shed

The Owl And The Pussy-Cat

The Owl And The Pussy-Cat by Edward Lear
Published by Sovereign
Published 15 June 2014 (first published 1871)
32 pages
Digital library

Learn more about the author… 271 more words

Book Lover's Boudoir

Limericks re the Muslim Ban

The True American Spirit…

True blue Americans still harbor charms,

We feel compassion for folks fleeing harms,

Our traditions so grand,

Extend our helping hand, 142 more words


Kipling, Lear and Rey en route to Biscayne Bay...

When the cabin port-holes are dark and green

Because of the seas outside ;

When the ship goes wop (with a wiggle between)

And the steward falls into the soup-tureen, 1,223 more words