Sophie Dupré - Art

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GÉRÔME (Jean-Léon, 1824-1904, French Painter and Sculptor in the style known as Academicism)

Autograph Note Signed in French with Translation to M. Oback asking him to "please show my painting to the person who gives you this note ...", 1 side oblong 8vo., including the address of the recipient in Southampton Street, Strand, no date

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  41747      £100

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GENTLEMAN (David, b. 1930, Painter & Designer) and Reginald M. PHILLIPS (1888-1977, Businessman, Philanthropist and Philatelist)

Photograph of "The Reginald M. Phillips Medal". for Stamp Design, signed underneath by both the medal shows Phillips in Profile with "The Reginal M. Phillips Medal" written around the outside, 4½" x 3¾". no place, no date probably

Item Date:  1979
Stock No:  41752      £225

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GIBSON (Charles Dana, 1867-1944, American Illustrator & Cartoonist, best known for his 'Gibson Girl' drawings)

Autograph Letter Signed to Mr Lyons, apologising for "not sending you a sketch, but my agreement with the publishers wont let me ...", 2 sides 8vo., on facing leaves, Seven Hundred Acre Island, Dark Harbor, Maine, no date,

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  21488      £165

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GILBERT (Sir John, 1817-1897, R.A., Illustrator of Shakespeare)

Autograph Letter Signed to the artist  Henry Nelson O'NEILL , (1817-1880, A.R.A.), saying that he proposes "dining at the G. tomorrow, afterwards attending R.A. meeting", promising to join O'Neill "punctually at 6 o'clock", 1 side 8vo., on black-edged paper, Vanbrugh Park, Blackheath, Tuesday, no date, watermark

Item Date:  1866
Stock No:  12500      £30

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GILBERT (Sir Alfred, 1854-1934, Sculptor of 'Eros' in Piccadilly Circus etc)

Long Autograph Letter Signed to Madam apologising that his "letter should have conveyed a wrong meaning. I had no with to deny your coming to my studio as visitor, but as I have a distinct dislike of being written about I merely wished to convey to you as a critic that as long as my work was under my hands, I prefer not to show it through journalistic description to the outside World ..." inviting her to come when he will be "only too pleased to show you anything and everything I am doing if it interests you personally ..." but insisting that she must not write about it, 4 sides 8vo., The Avenue, 76 Fulham Road, 23rd March

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  29982      £175

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