London, South Kensington
7 July 2016
Charles Green, R.I. (1840-1898)
The quack doctor
signed and dated 'C Green/1866' (lower right)
watercolour and bodycolour
10½ x 16½ in. (26.7 x 42 cm.)
with Leger Galleries, London.
with The Maas Gallery, London.
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London, Institute of Painters in Water Colours, 1866, no. 312.
London, Leger Galleries, Winter Exhibition, 1954, no. 10.
It has been suggested that this work might be that which Green submitted in 1866 to The Illustrated London News. A letter attached to the reverse from Leger Galleries states The Illustrated London News' wish to reproduce the work again in 1954.
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