Brocas sketchbook 2053 (TX)
|Main Creator:||Brocas, James Henry, ca. 1790-1846|
Chiefly portraits and figures, deer, cattle and rural scenes, studies of trees and foliage, and two sketches of Millbank and Dulwich, London. Also two classical scenes after Claude Lorraine and one after Nicholas Poussin.
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Inscribed in pencil on front cover verso: William Brocas [...] James Brocas [...] London
Inscribed in pencil on back cover verso: J H Brocas, No. 4 Paul's [...], St. Paul's Church [...]
Printed label on front cover verso: Hall's much approved velvet paper memorandum books. with metalic pencils the points of which will never break and the writing remains secure from erasure, keep the points of the pencils smoothly scraped flat and write with them in the same direction as with a pen
Leather bound sketchbook with metal clasp and holder for drawing tool
Physical description: 1 sketchbook (53 drawings) pencil and watercolour 8 x 11.5 cm.
Attributed to James Henry Brocas and William Brocas RHA
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