7 May 2009
Edith Hayllar (1860-1948)
The Sportsman's Luncheon
signed with initials 'EPH' (lower left)
oil on card
5 x 6 3/4 in. (12.7 x 17 cm.)
With The Fine Art Society, London.
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The present lot is a preparatory sketch for The Sportsman's Luncheon, exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1886, no.777.
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