London, South Kensington
7 December 2011
Claude Flight (1881-1955)
Veere (Christmas card)
linocut printed in brown, 1936, on Japan paper, signed with initials and inscribed Veere in pencil, dedicated in brown ink on the reverse With Claude & Edith's very best love to their dearest Birta - Christmas 1936, laid onto card at sheet corners, a tear at the upper left corner, other minor nicks and paper losses at the extreme sheet edges, otherwise in good condition, framed
S. 163 x 115 mm.
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We are grateful for the assistance of Stephen Coppel in confirming the authenticity of this previously unrecorded work by Claude Flight.
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