Found in 239 Collections and/or Records:
Watercolour inscribed 'Nannie [?] with love from Rosemary Aug 29 1929'.
Pencil cartoon of 'EEP shaking the dust of Newnham from her shoes'. Signed MLG [Margery Garrett] May 1910.
Cartoons by Low of J.M. Keynes, Albert Einstein, Sir John Reith and Stanley Baldwin., 1933-10-21 - 1933-11-11
Paper sheet, 28.3 x 21.5. (Album, page 2v)
This portrait was engraved by P.M. Alix and coloured by Garneray.
Freiburg, Black Forest 1962 (including small watercolour sketch by HMC of local scene).
Ireland 1963 (including 3 x A4 watercolour sketches by HMC) and a newspaper cutting with photograph of delegates.
Multiple prints and reproductions taken from books, greeting cards, invitations and unknown sources. Includes a colour copy of the St. George's window at St. Margaret, Westminster, a reproduction of 'the Annunciation' from an early 14th century ms. in the British Library, an Italian bronze statue, 'the Adoration of the Magi' by Rubens, 'The Reform Club' and 'Religious Procession of the Ancient Peruvians'.
To request this document, please use the following call mark: 27/945a/C
The sketch was printed as a supplement to 'The New Statesman and Nation', 28 Oct. 1933. (Oversize)
Design in crayon for the costume of a 17th century nobleman and design in watercolour for the costume of a 17th century man servant. Artist, production and date not given.
Two costume designs for an unidentified production: 1, in crayon, for a female bodice, skirt and lace mantilla; the other, in watercolour, for a female dress in a turkish style. Fabric samples attached.
Photograph of a drawing showing a dog chasing a wolf, or another dog, away from a flock of sheep, with Arabic text in the top right corner. Print, 19.9 x 14.3. Inscribed on back, by E.M. Forster, 'Persian. / Dog protecting sheep'. (Sleeve 414)
Photograph of a drawing by Paul Cadmus of a young man's head, entitled 'Don Nardona'. Print, 25.3 x 16.6. (Sleeve 384)
Watercolour drawing of extra gates next to Porters Lodge.
Pencil drawing of the head and neck of an unidentified young man. Unsigned. Print, 13.7 x 11.4. Inscribed on back, by Archivist, '? The Ven. Archdeacon James William Forster'. (Sleeve 94)
Drawing of E.M. Forster, head and shoulders, looking down, by Paul Cadmus. Print by A.C. Cooper, 14.2 x 11.2. Inscribed on back, in unidentified hand, 'Edward Arnold'. (Sleeve 466)
Copy print of a line engraving of this drawing, originally executed in London, differing in the position of Picasso's signature.
Drawing by Paul Cadmus, entitled 'To E.M. Forster'. A young woman wearing a dark blouse and trousers is lying on a rug on a sandy beach with a naked young man lying beside her. She is reading a book entitled 'To E.M. Forster' on the outer cover. Two copies, 14.9 x 9 and 16.9 x 10.9. EMF/27/1047 inscribed on back, by E.M. Forster, 'Paul Cadmus' and EMF/27/1048 inscribed on back, by Paul Cadmus, 'To EM Forster. egg tempera. 1943 Cadmus'. (Sleeve 467)
Photograph of a drawing of Mrs. Clementine Poston in old age, looking to the left, signed by 'F'. Mounted on card, 40.5 x 33 (photograph 20.3 x 14.9) . Inscribed on back of mount, by E.M. Forster, 'Mrs (Clementine) / Poston, Rooksnest'. (Oversize)
Four copies of a printed reproduction of a drawing of Rupert Brooke by Joan Hassall.
Photograph of a drawing by Henrietta Thornton showing Sir Robert Inglis, Lady Inglis, Dowager Lady Inglis, Miss Inglis, Miss L. Inglis with Marianne, Lucy, Sophia, Henrietta and Charles Thornton travelling by coach in Switzerland. Print, 20 x 13.8. (Sleeve 34)
Print of a drawing by P. Wyndham Lewis.
Collingham discusses the issue of the action of the W2B turbine rotor when going into or coming out of a dive and with the engine cut off at some length, but is in entire agreement with Sporborg as to the necessity of providing fore-and-aft sets of pads to the thrust collar. They are proceeding accordingly.