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SEARLE | "The Pure Hell of St Trinian's", original ink and watercolour drawing, [c.1960]

SEARLE | "The Pure Hell of St Trinian's", original ink and watercolour drawing, [c.1960]

SEARLE | "The Pure Hell of St Trinian's", original ink and watercolour drawing, [c.1960]

SEARLE, RONALD

"The Pure Hell of St. Trinian's"


470 by 135mm., ink and watercolour drawing, unsigned, mounted, framed and glazed


Searle's drawing includes "[distri]buted by | Lion | Ltd" lettered in the top left corner. It appears that this is a preliminary drawing for the poster of the 1960 Gilliat and Launder film.


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