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- Ink on paper
- Support: 159 x 197 mm
- Purchased 1927
N04267 I DEFINE THE CRIMINAL CHARACTERISTICS IN THE PHYSIOGNOMY OF CHAS PEASE (?) c. 1889–90
Inscr. ‘I define the criminal characteristics in the physiognomy of Chas Pease.’ b.r.
Pen, 6 1/4×7 3/4 (16×19).
Purchased from James A. Simpson (Duveen Drawings Fund) 1927.
Lit: Thorpe, 1932, pp.31–2 and 66.
See N04266; the parson is presumably the Rev. Joseph Slapkins.
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, II
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