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The Studio, The Studio. An illustrated Magazine of Fine & Applied Art, Volumes 19-30 (36 issues in all). Edition Spéciale avec traduction française , London, The Studio, 1900-1903.
Lynch was a Peruvian painter of The Belle Epoque
from The Studio, 1902, vol 27, 115 : 62
Albert Lynch was a Peruvian painter who studied in Paris.
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N01772 THE SISTERS 1900
Inscr. ‘Ralph Peacock 1900.’ b.r.
Canvas, 51 1/4×35 1/2 (130×90).
Presented by the artist 1900.
Exh: R.A., 1900 (467).
Lit: Frank Rinder, ‘The Royal Academy of 1900’ in Art Journal, 1900, p.182, repr. p.165.
Repr: Royal Academy Pictures, 1900, p.147.
The elder sister reading from an open book was Miss Edith Brignall, who married the artist in the following year. The younger sister, Miss Ethel Brignall, married Harold A. Titcomb, an American mining engineer, in 1908, and also forms the subject of N01672.
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, II
from The Studio, 1901, vol 24, 104: 82
from The Studio, 1903, vol 29, 123: 37
Study of Florrie Bird for a water nymph in 'Prospero Summoning Nymphs and Deities'
Black and white chalk on grey; 46 x 61 cm; private collection
Monography: TOLL Simon (2003), Herbert James Draper: A Life Study, 208 pp., Antique Collectors Club Dist. Simon Toll graduated from Warwick University in 1997 with an honours degree in Art History and now works for Sotheby's. He has been researching Herbert Draper for eight years and in 1999 worked with Julian Hartnoll on the first exhibition devoted to Draper since 1913.
from The Studio, 1901, vol. 23, 99:19
from 'The Studio', 1901, vol. 23, 108: 247