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Baker Street

Baker Street

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England, London. View down wide street with a number of figures, carriages, flanked by very similar rectangular buildings on both sides, heavy white clouds above.
Title inscribed on mount.
Date for London charcoals found on p. viii of Sydney Dark's London.
Drawing originally found in box labeled Charcoal London.
Inscribed on mount: 52.
Bequest; Joseph Pennell Estate; 1926-1937; (PR 06 CN 316.1949)
Forms part of: Joseph and Elizabeth Robins Pennell collection (Library of Congress).
Published in: Squire, J.C. A London Reverie: Fifty-six Drawings by Joseph Pennell. London: MacMillan and Co., Limited, 1928, no. VI.
Exhibited: "Sherlock Holmes" at the Museum of London, 150 London Wall, London, England, Oct. 2014 - April 2015.
Drawing adhered to acid mount. Alert: extremely friable media. Good condition. Housing a priority.





Pennell, Joseph, 1857-1926, artist




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