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|BOMBERG, David. Players, Ghetto Theatre 1919. Ink/wash 8 x 10 1/4". Provenance: Mercury Gallery, London. Sold with a certificate of authenticity from DINORA DAVIES-REES (stepdaughter of the artist).|
|BROWN, Hablot Knight [Phiz]. Watercolor. Two Gentlemen on Horseback, one fishing in a stream, signed in ink Phiz. 5 5/8x 7 7/84"|
|CRUIKSHANK, George. Putting the Best Foot Foremost. Watercolor, ink and pencil. Ca 1820's. Signed George Cruikshank. 7 3/4 x 10 3/4"|
|DUMAURIER, Charles. The Cruel Crawling Sea, design for a Punch cartoon with caption in ink below, watercolor and sepia ink, signed. 4 1/2 x 6 3/4"|
|GREIFFENHAGEN, Maurice William. My husband told me that if I associated with the Communists they get me into a dangerous position. Gouache and pencil, signed, 1920's. 12 1/2 x 14 1/4" Provenance: Michael John Gallery, London.|
|GRISET, Ernest Henry. Thibet, Symbolist watercolor and gold paint over pencil, signed in ink, ca 1895. 14 x 10" Provenance: Michael John Gallery, London.|
POGÁNY, Willy. A Midsummer's Nights Dream, Watercolor. 585 x 570 mm. Signed. Cover design for The American Weekly. Framed. A Midsummer Night's Dream was one of a series of paintings based on Shakespeare's plays intended as covers for The American Weekly. Pogány personally gave the painting to the frandmother of the current owner. The artists widow and son donated the other pictures in this suite to an institution. Provenance: The artist's widow.
POGÁNY, Willy. Hand reaching out to stars. India Ink and pencil.Possibly for a book illustration. Signed in ink. 3 x 5 1/2" Provenance: The artist's widow.
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