Lot 218: Butcher (Enid Constance (active 1930s). A small archive of drawings and prints, approximately thirty pencil, pen & ink, and watercolour drawings, including book illustrations, figure studies, and designs for book covers, borders, greetings cards etc., some initialled, together with several printed endpaper designs, and seven signed limited etchings, three showing nuns, the others titled 'The Well', 'Swiss Peasants', 'In a Costwold Garden', and 'A Breton Peasant', latter accompanied by the original pencil drawing for the etching, and another drawing similar of a peasant woman with a basket on her back resting on a wall, 30 x 23cm (12 x 9.25ins) and smaller. Enid Butcher studied at the Chelsea School of Art and at the Royal College of Art. She exhibited at the Royal Academy and in the provinces. (a folder)
Dominic Winter's Fine Art & Antiques Auction July 2015
Thursday, 16th July 2015
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