London, South Kensington
8 March 2001
Joseph Crawhall, R.S.W. (1861-1913)
Tortoise and hare
watercolour and grey wash, unframed
5½ x 8¼ in. (14 x 21 cm.)
Ivor S. Churchill.
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A. Bury, Joseph Crawhall, The Man and Artist, London, 1958,
Glasgow, La Societé des Beaux Arts, Catalogue of the Collected Works of Joseph Crawhall, Jr., 1894, no.70.
We a grateful to Vivien Hamilton for her help in preparing this catalogue entry.
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