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– and Certainly I Should then Have Killed Him with the Knife I Held but That He Was Riding a White Horse to Which He Clapped Spurs, Leaving His Cape In My Grasp, In Order to Preserve His Life Book I Chap Xxxiii

Eric Fraser (1902-1983)

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PEN INK AND WATERCOLOUR
10 X 8 1/4 INCHES
PROVENANCE: THE ARTIST'S FAMILY
SPECULATIVE ILLUSTRATION FOR THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF BENVENUTO CELLINI
LITERATURE: ASHLEY HAVINDEN, LINE DRAWING FOR REPRODUCTION, LONDON:
THE STUDIO PUBLICATIONS ['HOW TO DO IT' SERIES NO 4], 1941
(REVISED EDITION), PAGE 67, AS 'ONE OF A SERIES OF DRAWINGS
FOR "BENVENUTO CELLINI"'
EXHIBITED: 'ERIC FRASER 1902-1983', APRIL - MAY 2013, NO 31


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£2,250

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