25 September 2002
CHARLES REGINALD FORD (1880-1972)
National Antarctic Expedition, 1901: four Antarctic landscapes and seascapes and three studies of penguins
one signed with initials 'C.R.F.' (lower left), one signed and inscribed (twice) 'C.R.FORD Looking East along the Great Ice Barrier -- Pack Ice in the foreground'
six watercolour, one pen and ink, seven mounted in four frames
5 x 12in. (12.7 x 30.5cm.)
Charles Reginald Ford, Ship's Steward on Discovery, 1901-1904, and thence by descent to the present owner.
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