London, South Kensington
7 December 2010
ARTHUR FRANKLIN (1930-2004)
'ANYMORE FOR TENNIS?'
SIGNED 'FRANKLIN' (lower left) and inscribed as title (lower centre)
pen and black ink and grey wash
9½ x 12¾ in. (24.1 x 32.3 cm.)
Sold with a photocopy of the original article in Daily Mirror. (2)
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Daily Mirror, 26 June 1967, p. 7.
The 'Bloomers Brown' referred to here is George Brown, the then foreign secretary in Harold Wilson's government who was facing a crisis over foreign policy issues in June 1967.
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