Found in 239 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph of a drawing by Paul Cadmus entitled 'The Nap', showing a naked young man asleep on a double bed. Print, 22.4 x 18.5. Inscribed on back, by Paul Cadmus, 'The Nap 1952'. (Sleeve 397)
Drawing of Henry Thornton's Oval Library at Battersea Rise House, designed by William Pitt the Younger. Taken at Battersea, looking towards the garden. Two copies mounted on card, 34.9 x 24.5 (illustration 29.3 x 24.5). (Oversize)
Photograph of a drawing of Henry Thornton's Oval Library at Battersea Rise House, designed by William Pitt the Younger. Taken at Battersea, looking towards the garden. Print, 18 x 15. (Sleeve 49)
Drawing by G. Richmond of Rev. Charles Forster with his wife, Laura and two sons, William and Edward, mourning the death of James William Doane ['Doanie'] in 1857. Pencil and watercolour, 34.7 x 28.9. Inscribed on back of mount, in unidentified hand, with names and 'A sketch from memory / by G. Richmond R.A. after / Doanie's death in 1857'. (Oversize)
This file comprises floor plans and sections of proposed additions by the architects Wratten and Godfrey. Scale: 8 feet to 1 inch.
Photograph of a drawing by Paul Cadmus entitled 'The Tower'. Print, 25.3 x 14.4. Inscribed on back, by Paul Cadmus, 'The Tower (1961) P.C.'. (Sleeve 401)
Photograph of detail of 'The Tower'. Print, 25.3 x 20.5. Inscribed on back, by Paul Cadmus, 'The Tower (detail) bad photo. values all wrong'. (Sleeve 402)
Photograph of a different detail of 'The Tower'. Print, 25.3 x 20.5. Inscribed on back, by Paul Cadmus, 'The Tower (detail)'. (Sleeve 403)
A sheet containing pen and watercolour sketches of four theatrical figures on the verso and two male figures on the recto.
An autograph manuscript paper read on 5 Feb. 1946 to the Alpine Club, London, with watercolour illustrations. Covering climbing expeditions in the Alps, Canada, Colombia, Germany, and the Lake District. This file also includes several autograph letters, signed and typed letters, signed, from members of the Alpine Club expressing praise for his paper.
A charcoal sketch of three figures, all wearing hats, with a soda syphon and bottle placed on each of two tables.
An ink and watercolour sketch.
Photograph of a 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. Sepia print, 15.2 x 9. Inscribed on back, by Paul Cadmus, 'To E.M. Forster. 1943. Egg yolk tempera. 3 5/8" x 6 1/8". (Sleeve 380)
A sheet containing pencil and watercolour sketches of the torso of a man with a beard on the recto and a woman wearing a long dress with her right arm outstretched on the verso.
Oil portrait painted by P. Wyndham Lewis in 1938. Taken at Durban Art Gallery, Durban, South Africa. Print, 16 x 21.3. (Sleeve 109)
Two pictures made from figures cut out of prints: 1 of a black male, the other a noble white female, both in 18th century dress.
A watercolour sketch of a woman with long, dark hair sitting beneath the outstretched arm of another female figure.
One shows head only, the other head and shoulders, both presumed to be drawn by HMC. No date. Also related note from S F C (Toby) Milsom of St John's College, Cambridge, 1995, suggesting that the head and shoulders sketch could be either HMC's father or a brother who was killed in World War I, and that the less finished sketch could be G J Turner or Harold Hazeltine (though both are unlikely).
A charcoal sketch of one naked woman standing and one naked woman sitting, both beneath a tree and facing towards a lake.
An ink and watercolour sketch of two women, one holding a branch with leaves, the other holding her hand towards a full moon. Drawn on the verso of a typed letter, signed, from [? J.] St. Loe Strachey to Duncan Grant, 11 April 1908.
GCPP Parkes 10/90-96.
Signed 'C.98' [possibly Charlotte Eliot, later Charlotte Eliot Smith, 1898]. Paper sheet, 14.7 x 10.5. (Album, page 12r)
Sketchbook containing watercolours, inscribed by Laura Mary Forster at Mentone.
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