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Beerbohm, George Moore, [1896], pencil and watercolour caricature

Beerbohm, George Moore, [1896], pencil and watercolour caricature

Beerbohm, George Moore, [1896], pencil and watercolour caricature

BEERBOHM, MAX

Mr George Moore


320 x 180mm., pencil and watercolour drawing, signed "Max" centre and titled "Mr George Moore" lower right, erased inscription lower left, mounted, framed and glazed


A celebrated caricature by Beerbohm of the Irish writer George Moore (1852-1933), exhibited by Beerbohm at his first public show (at The Fine Arts Society in 1896). The drawing was reproduced within Beerbohm's Twenty-Five Gentlemen.


LITERATURE:

Hart-Davis 1044


PROVENANCE:

The Fine Arts Society, 1896; ...The Piccadilly Gallery, 2003; Maggs Bros.



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