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WAIN (Louis, 1860-1939, Artist famed for his Comic drawings of Cats)

Picture Postcard inscribed and signed on the image to 'Margery', saying "you must be my most fervent admirer - another old post card signed for you, with great pleasure, as these cats are my happy family", the picture (not apparently by him, no artist's name) shows three kittens playing round their mother on an elegant cushion, titled 'A Happy Family', the card has been used in the post by 'LB' to Miss W. Rhodes of Upper Mill near Oldham, with traces of postmark

Item Date:  1903
Stock No:  51595      £200

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WAIN (Louis, 1860-1939, Artist famed for his Comic drawings of Cats)

Fine pair of Autograph Letters signed to Peter KEARY (Editor of TitBits, 1884 till 1890) the first asking him "Please don't forget the Article for my 'Annuals'. By the bye I am sending tonight to Mr Everett an article on Canada which may interest you ... The facts were given by a Canadian farmer who is an old friend of mine and are worse than I have painted them ...", the second thanks him for the manuscript "it is quite unconventional and out of the ruck if you don' t mind me saying, & just what I strive for for my 'Annual' ...I am writing a bit of imaginative fancy myself for the 'Annual' and & hope to make the whole thing quite out of the way. I touch politics in a very satirical manner too in some drawings, But it is only the upper classes who are satirical in our days. The mass of the people take umbrage at anything which hits them ...", each 2 sides 8vo., Bendigo, Westgate on Sea, 26th August and 1st September

Item Date:  1907
Stock No:  39647      £575

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WALCOT (William, 1874-1943, RBA, RSPE, RIBA, Architectural Painter, War Artist and Etcher)

Fine drypoint etching, signed 'W Walcot' in pencil, showing the USS Delaware, loaned for service with Great Britain in the North Sea, at the review by George V of the Grand Fleet, at Rosyth, 22nd July 1918, with a submarine in the foreground and the Forth Bridge looming behind, in Walcot's impressionist style, engraved surface 3½" x 4¾" in a framed and glazed mount 8¾" x 11¾", [Rosyth, 22nd July

Item Date:  1918
Stock No:  54453      £375

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WARD (Henrietta, 1832-1924, Artist)

Autograph letter signed to Mrs Lucas, about arranging to visit Mrs Lucas' friend Mrs Binney at Slinfold, she apologizes for not realising Mrs Binney is not in town, "My father is going to take me by the 11 o'clock train on Tuesday", they would go on to Mrs Binney's "I expect about one or two oclock according to our arrangements when we arrive", with a contemporary unsigned photograph showing her full length, full face, at her easel and holding her brush and palette, 3½" x 2¼", the letter 3 sides 8vo, Kent [-?-], 'Monday Evg.' no date, circa

Item Date:  1865
Stock No:  53837      £65

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WARD (Edward Matthew, 1816-1879, Historical Painter)

Fine Autograph Letter Signed to Mr Robinson telling him that "my private view days will be on Saturday & Monday next when I hope to have the pleasure of seeing Mrs Robinson & yourself to see the pictures before their departure for the R.A. ...", 1 side 8vo., with a small print, 14 Wellington Terrace, 2nd April no year

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  39806      £100

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