23 May 2008
Peter Biegel (1913-1988)
The Belvoir Puppy Show, 1961: What should have happened!; What did happen; and Sketches for 'The Belvoir Puppy Show'
two signed and dated 'Peter Biegel/61' (lower left and lower right); one signed, inscribed and dated 'Peter Biegel/Belvoir/16 July '64' (lower left) and extensively annotated with names of the sitters
two black chalk and watercolour, heightened with touches of bodycolour on buff paper; one pencil and watercolour heightened with touches of white
14¾ x 17¾ in. (37.5 x 45 cm.); and smaller
three (3) (3)
with Fores, London.
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