[The Blind Man of Johnson's Court]
|Main Creator:||Naviasky, Philip, 1894-1983. artist|
Original charcoal sketch of the illustration "The Blind Man of Johnson's Court", published in the book "Dublin Types" by Sidney Davies. Sketch shows a blind man, full length, standing, with stick in his right hand, rosary beads and scapulars draped over his left arm and holding a notice in his left hand saying "[Please patronise?] the Blind". He wears a bowler hat.
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Inscribed in pencil u.c. on verso: A blind vendor of Religious emblems at Clarendon St. Church. Original Charcoal Sketch by Sidney Davies 1918.
Physical description: 1 drawing : charcoal ; 58 x 43 cm..
Citations/References: Dublin Types / Drawn by Sidney Davies. - The Talbot Press Limited, 89 Talbot Street, Dublin, 1918, p. 10.
Forms part of The Joseph Holloway Collection.
Attributed to Philip Naviasky aka Sidney Davies, (1894-1982).
Stamped: Joseph Holloway Gift.
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|PD 2159 TX (31) 45||
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