8 November 1996,
Price realised GBP 2,990
GBP 800 - GBP 1,200
After William Holman Hunt
The Lady of Shalott, by John D. Miller
photogravure on india appliqué, signed in pencil 'W. Holman Hunt' (lower left) and 'John D. Miller' (lower right) and signed, inscribed and dated 'To Cecil Dowson Esq with affectionate regards of long Friendship from Edith Holman-Hunt - March 5/29', published by Arthur Tooth & Sons of London, Paris & New York, 1909, with the blindstamp of the Printsellers Association (lower left)
37 x 28¼ in. (94 x 71.5 cm.)
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The oil on which this print is based, dating from 1886-1905, is in the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut. A smaller version can be seen in the Manchester City Art Gallery.
Given to Cecil Dowson by Holman Hunt's widow, 5 March 1929.
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