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Sitting Room, 7 Owen's Row, Islington
Object type drawing
Date 1855
Medium Brush and watercolor and gray wash over graphite
Accession number
Object history Eugene V. Thaw CollectionHazlitt, Gooden & Fox, London
Exhibition history New York - Frick Collection An Album of Nineteenth-Century Interiors: Watercolors from Two Private Collections, May 21 – August 23, 1992.New York - The Pierpont Morgan Library, Drawings from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Victor Thaw, Part II, 1985, no. 73, (Illus.).London, Hazlit, Gooden, and Fox, Interiors, 1981, no. 28, (Illus.).London - William Drummond, 1976.
Inscriptions On the reverse, a study of the head of a young woman, R P Cuff anno 1885
Lower left, in pen and black ink: R P Cuff, London 7 Owen's row, Goswell road, Augt 1855
Notes More info at museum site
Source/Photographer 9gFqkAZw6UlaEQ at Google Cultural Institute maximum zoom level


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