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The word Gallimaufry comes from an old French noun for ragout, but as the title of a Winter catalogue, only being issued just before Christmas and the festive season, it is also relevantly related to the old French verb to make merry.

MAY TREMEL, Bradford 1882 – 1963 Tonbridge. Early morning on the Thames, Hammersmith. 177 x 313 mm, Original etching, 1929.

Bradford 1882 – 1963 Tonbridge

May Tremel studied at Goldsmiths’ College, at the Royal College of Art with Frank Short and in Frankfurt. She settled in London until the 1930’s. She exhibited from 1907 to 1940, at the R.A. and the Liverpool Salon. She was also invited to exhibit at the First International Exhibition of Etching in Chicago.

Early morning on the Thames, Hammersmith
177 x 313 mm, Original etching, 1929.
Signed in pencil. Entitled at the foot of the sheet. On cream wove paper. Sold

Synonyms of the word gallimaufry include array, assortment, diversity, motley collection and to retain the original food connection, salmagundi.

In short, this catalogue includes a very broad range of artists’ prints made from the end of the 15th century right up to this year.

It concludes with a small group of works by British women printmakers.

AGNES MILLER PARKER, Irvine, Ayreshire 1895 – 1980 Arran. Doormouse. Original wood engraving, 1938.

Irvine, Ayreshire 1895 – 1980 Arran

A student at Glasgow School of Art from 1911, where she met and married William McCance in 1918. McCance became controller of the Gregynog Press in Montgomeryshire in 1930 and for the following three years he, Agnes Miller Parker, Hughes-Stanton and Gertrude Hermes were the engravers for the press. After separation from her husband Agnes Miller Parker went on to work as a book illustrator for several other presses, as well as producing independent wood engravings. She moved back to Scotland in 1962 and became a recluse.

78 x 88 mm, Original wood engraving, 1938.
Signed in pencil, dated, entitled and numbered 8/35. On japan. Sold

Published December 2017.
Quarto paperback; 40 pages, 93 illustrations including 8 being in colour
(Price U. K. £15; Overseas £20)

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Elizabeth Harvey-Lee, Gallimaufry Catalogue #62

Artists included in the catalogue:

  • Adair H
  • Anon, initials A K
  • Badmin S R
  • Beham S
  • Bléry E
  • Boissieu J J de
  • Bone M
  • Brown D J M L
  • Claesz. A
  • Copley J
  • Dawe H
  • Delacroix E
  • Delâtre A
  • Delleany G
  • Denyer-Baker B
  • Dürer A
  • Earthrowl E G
  • Elliott A M
  • Fanshawe C M
  • Figura H
  • Frisius S
  • Galle P
  • Geyger E M
  • Glanville H M T
  • Goltzius H
  • Gosse S
  • Helleu P
  • Hollar W
  • Hughes M K
  • Hondius H
  • Ibbetson J
  • Ibels H G
  • Israels J
  • Kirkhall E
  • Latenay G de
  • Lear E
  • Lloyd R J
  • Masson N
  • Menpes M
  • O’Connor J S
  • Parker A M
  • Parmigianino
  • Pencz G
  • Pissarro C
  • Rembrandt
  • Rudge M M
  • Russian School
  • Simpson J S C
  • Smith J T
  • Tanner R
  • Tavener R
  • Tremel M
  • Tunnicliffe C F
  • Turner J M W
  • Vollon A
  • Vos M de
  • Wesselman H
  • Whistler J M
  • Wyllie W L

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