Jimmy Greyhound dog art Lucy Marguerite Frobisher (1890-1974) original vintage art 1929 listed English artist dog owner signed animal listed

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Jimmy Greyhound dog art Lucy Marguerite Frobisher (1890-1974) original vintage art 1929 listed English artist dog owner signed animal listed

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Materials

paper, ink

Dimensions

Height: 22 Inches; Width: 17 Inches

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Vintage from the 1920s

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Description

Original pastel by Marguerite Frobisher, a listed English artist, of Jimmy a Greyhound signed and dated 1929.

Condition: Unexamined out of frame. Appears as originally executed with no visible marks or staining. Signed. Dated 1929. Reverse has the history of Jimmy written in pencil. Bears a Walker’s Galleries, New Bond St. London label. Frame offered at zero commercial value. Glass removed for shipping. Worldwide freight EXTRA please ask for cost not zero.

Approx sizes: Visible 40.5 cm x 27.5 cm or 16” x 10 ¾”. Frame 56.5 cm x 43.5 cm or 22 ½” x 17”.

As originally presented. Set behind glass in an old ivory mount within a plain frame (offered at zero commercial value shipped with glass removed)

Signed lower right. Verso names the subject as ‘James Farrow a.k.a. Jimmy. May 1922-January 1933 with a dedication. Further bears the original Walker’s Galleries, New Bond St. London label dated 1929.

Lucy Marguerite Frobisher (1890-1974)
Further artworks on http://artuk.org/discover/artists/frobisher-lucy-marguerite-18901974
Late Headmistress of the Herkomer Art School, Bushey, England
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FREE Worldwide shipping arranged with glass removed.

May be viewed and collected (glass intact) from Radlett, Herts. England, by arrangement.

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Lucy Marguerite Frobisher (1890-1974)
Further artworks on http://artuk.org/discover/artists/frobisher-lucy-marguerite-18901974
Late Headmistress of the Herkomer Art School
The School was established at Bushey in Hertfordshire in 1883 by Hubert von Herkomer to teach composition, landscape and portraiture. It catered for an average of thirty students a year and admitted both sexes, although women had to be under twenty-eight and unmarried. When the School closed in 1904, it had taught more than 500 students during the twenty years of its existence, many of whom, such as Algernon Talmage and William Nicholson, went on to achieve distinction. Much of the success of the school can be measured by its alumni who included Lucy Kemp-Welch, who directed the School after Herkomer, George Harcourt, Tom Mostyn, E. Borough Johnson and Roland Wheelwright.

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Original pastel by Marguerite Frobisher, a listed English artist, of Jimmy a Greyhound signed and dated 1929.

Condition: Unexamined out of frame. Appears as originally executed with no visible marks or staining. Signed. Dated 1929. Reverse has the history of Jimmy written in pencil. Bears a Walker’s Galleries, New Bond St. London label. Frame offered at zero commercial value. Glass removed for shipping. Worldwide freight EXTRA please ask for cost not zero.

Approx sizes: Visible 40.5 cm x 27.5 cm or 16” x 10 ¾”. Frame 56.5 cm x 43.5 cm or 22 ½” x 17”.

As originally presented. Set behind glass in an old ivory mount within a plain frame (offered at zero commercial value shipped with glass removed)

Signed lower right. Verso names the subject as ‘James Farrow a.k.a. Jimmy. May 1922-January 1933 with a dedication. Further bears the original Walker’s Galleries, New Bond St. London label dated 1929.

Lucy Marguerite Frobisher (1890-1974)
Further artworks on http://artuk.org/discover/artists/frobisher-lucy-marguerite-18901974
Late Headmistress of the Herkomer Art School, Bushey, England
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FREE Worldwide shipping arranged with glass removed.

May be viewed and collected (glass intact) from Radlett, Herts. England, by arrangement.

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Lucy Marguerite Frobisher (1890-1974)
Further artworks on http://artuk.org/discover/artists/frobisher-lucy-marguerite-18901974
Late Headmistress of the Herkomer Art School
The School was established at Bushey in Hertfordshire in 1883 by Hubert von Herkomer to teach composition, landscape and portraiture. It catered for an average of thirty students a year and admitted both sexes, although women had to be under twenty-eight and unmarried. When the School closed in 1904, it had taught more than 500 students during the twenty years of its existence, many of whom, such as Algernon Talmage and William Nicholson, went on to achieve distinction. Much of the success of the school can be measured by its alumni who included Lucy Kemp-Welch, who directed the School after Herkomer, George Harcourt, Tom Mostyn, E. Borough Johnson and Roland Wheelwright.

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