Three lithographic prints of portraits by Seán O'Sullivan [two of Eamonn De Valera, one of Douglas Hyde] and a gouache of Thomas Ashe [by an unknown artist]
|Main Creator:||O'Sullivan, Seán, 1906-1964, artist|
Lithographic prints of portraits of Éamon De Valera and Douglas Hyde, dated 1937-1939, by Seán O'Sullivan and an undated gouache of Thomas Ashe by an unknown artist. Accompanied by two lithographic supplements - the first a supplement to "The Gownsman", dated January 27, 1910 "Cambridge Portrait Gallery, No. 10 Professor Skeat" [Walter William Skeat (1835 – 1912), an English philologist; Elrington and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon at Cambridge] "after a drawing by Miss Monkhouse", with her initials "V.M." lower left and a second from June 8, 1910 entitled "After the Bump" [an image of a youth in cricket gear, smoking] "after a drawing by Miss Monkhouse". "The Gownsman" was a Cambridge University student periodical.
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Physical description: 3 prints, 1 drawing : ill. ; 35.6 x 25.3 cm. or smaller.
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|PD 2165 TX||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.