Charles Samuel Keene A Lady with Binoculars 1867

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Artist
Title
A Lady with Binoculars
Date 1867
Medium Ink on paper
Dimensions Support: 197 x 159 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Presented by Mrs Phyllis Keene 1976
Reference
T02082
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Catalogue entry

T02082 A LADY WITH BINOCULARS 1867

Stamped monogram ‘C.K.’ b.l.
Ink on paper, 7 11/16 × 6 1/4 (19.5 × 15.9)
Presented by Mrs Phyllis Keene 1976
Prov: The artist's brother, Henry Keene; his daughter-in-law Mrs Phyllis Keene.
Repr: Lionel Lindsay, Charles Keene, 1934, pl.42.

A study for the lady standing near the flagstaff in the wood-engraving ‘A Woman-Hater’, published in Punch, 26 October 1867 (repr. Joseph Pennell, The Work of Charles Keene, 1897, p.77).

Published in:
The Tate Gallery 1976-8: Illustrated Catalogue of Acquisitions, London 1979

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