Artist
Lady Edna Clarke Hall (1879‑1979)
Title
Catherine and Heathcliffe as Children. Verso: Fragmentary Figure
Date date not known
MediumInk and watercolour on paper. Verso: ink and watercolour on paper
Dimensionssupport: 13 x 394 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Presented by Mrs F. Samuel, Mrs E. Bishop and Michel H. Salaman through the Contemporary Art Society 1941
Reference
A01065
Image credit© Tate
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Lady Edna Clarke Hall, 'Catherine and Heathcliffe as Children. Verso: Fragmentary Figure, date not known
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Lady Edna Clarke Hall,
'Catherine and Heathcliffe as Children. Verso: Fragmentary Figure'date not known
Lady Edna Clarke Hall,
'Catherine and Heathcliffe Sitting in a Field'date not known
Lady Edna Clarke Hall,
'Catherine and Heathcliffe Walking'date not known
Lady Edna Clarke Hall,
'Catherine Linton Seated at a Window During her Last Illness. Verso: Four Figures at Table'date not known
Lady Edna Clarke Hall,
'Catherine the Younger and Hareton. Verso: study of cows'date not known
Lady Edna Clarke Hall,
'Fireside Scene'date not known
Lady Edna Clarke Hall,
'Four Figures and a Cat. Verso: study of Hareton'date not known
Lady Edna Clarke Hall,
'Heathcliffe Supporting Catherine on a Couch'date not known
Lady Edna Clarke Hall,
'Nelly with Baby Hareton and Catherine Earnshaw. Verso: similar composition'date not known
Lady Edna Clarke Hall,
'Seated Woman'date not known
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