Collection: Gordon Brewster Cartoon Collection >> A wind fall Gordon Brewster. [graphic] /
A wind fall
|Main Creator:||Brewster, Gordon, artist.|
Depicts an artist [who looks remarkably like Gordon Brewster himself from contemporary photographs of the period] on his knees with a cap with a few coins in it adjacent to him, receiving a small bag of money [befitting from the Haverty Bequest]; next to him are some works of art on canvas - one is signed by Gordon Brewster while a portrait of Éamon De Valera is also featured.
|Format:||PRINTS & DRAWINGS|
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Aug 11th 1928.
Title inscribed in pencil l.l..
Inscribed in pencil l.c.: The post-war years have been a lean time for artists. Under the terms of the late Thomas Haverty's will [known as the Thomas Haverty Bequest], a sum of £750 will be available yearly for the purchase of Irish artists' pictures.
Physical description: 1 drawing : ink ; 15.8 x 19.3 cm.
Citations/References: Published in: Evening Herald, 11th August 1928.
Forms part of: The Gordon Brewster Collection.
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|PD 2199 TX 207||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.