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416* Moreau-Vauthier (Charles, 1857-1924). Portrait of a young man in red headdress, oil on canvas, laid down on board, signed lower left, peppered worm holes, 395 x 310mm (15.5 x 12.25ins), framed, with old framer’s label of W. Cutler & Son, Bournemouth to verso (1)

417 Morrell (Lady Ottoline, 1873-1938). An archive of newscuttings, photographs, postcards, prints and engravings and other reproductions, compiled by Lady Ottoline Morrell, circa 1920-1935, including photographs and newspaper reproductions of paintings by the Bloomsbury Group, numerous newspaper portraits of artists, celebrities, actors, writers, family members, weddings, and fashionable figures of the day, some historical persons of note, cuttings of topical news and events, and including a photograph of Thomas Hardy in academic dress, five real photo postcards of Benito Mussolini, a St. Dominic’s Press booklet ‘The Law the Lawyers Know About’ (1923), a portrait photograph of Lady Ottoline at Garsington signed Kyrle, circa 1928, colour lithograph cartoons by Max Beerbohm, two large signed photographs of the singer and dancer Tina Meller, a reproduction of Renoir’s Etude du Nu, issued to subscribers of the Bulletin de la Vie Artistique, early 1920s, a signed and inscribed oval portrait of the dancer and choreographer Michio Itow, 1915, a photograph of Stanley Spencer painting (possibly at Burghclere) probably taken by Lady Ottoline, a wood engraving by Clifford Webb ‘Skiing at Arosa’, signed, titled and dated 1931 in ink, all mounted in seven near matching vellumbacked folio albums with colour printed floral patterns to covers of each (with Fox Bookbinder, 5 George Street, London label), rubbed and some marks, 430 x 330mm (17 x 13ins), together with two scrap albums compiled by Lady Ottoline’s daughter Julian Morrell, circa 1924-1928, containing numerous photographs of film stars of the period





Dominic Winter  

Fine Art, Antiques & Photography | Thursday 6 October 2016 - High Res