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- Graphite on paper
- Support: 241 x 292 mm
- Presented by the artist's widow 1907
N02125 STUDIES OF LANDSCAPES AND FIGURES c. 1902
Stamped ‘J Charles’, the ‘J’ and ‘C’ in monogram, b.l. and inscribed ‘James Charles 79’ on reverse.
Pencil on sugar paper, irregular, 9 1/2×11 1/2 (24×29).
Presented by the artist's widow 1907.
The girl reading is the artist's daughter Ida, later Mrs C. Curtis. She was born in 1886 and appears to be about sixteen. Like N02124 this was made at East Ashling, Sussex.
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, I
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