London, South Kensington
3 November 2010
Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe, R.A. (1901-1979)
Sheep-shearing; Truck driving through a gate; View from Shorelands; Border collies; Book jacket design; Snowdon from Nant Gwynant; Red Wharf Bay; Nan Gwynant; Yacht; Bull; Cattle; and Cow studies
pencil, watercolour and bodycolour; and various
4 x 5½ in. (10.1 x 14 cm.); and various
thirteen framed as nine (13)
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Bull is a study for The Welsh black bull, exhibited Royal Academy, 1952. no. 1013.
Cattle is a study for Heat-wave, exhibited Royal Academy, 1970, no. 531.
Book jacket design is a design for the cover of The Island, by Ronald Lockley, 1969.
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