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Charles Holroyd R.E.
Potternewton, Leeds 1861 – 1917 Weybridge

“Adam and his wife hid themselves”

Charles Holroyd, Mistress Katharine Mary Gray Woodthorpe.  “Adam and his wife hid themselves”.  Original etching, 1898-99

“Adam and his wife hid themselves”
Dodgson 129 (Holroyd Opus 134)
175 x 226 mm
Original etching, in three states, 1898-99.
Each signed in pencil, the final state also entitled in pencil at the lower sheet edge.
On various laid papers, the 1st & 2nd states with narrower margins and pale foxing.

Charles Holroyd, Mistress Katharine Mary Gray Woodthorpe.  “Adam and his wife hid themselves”.  Original etching, 1898-99

Charles Holroyd, Mistress Katharine Mary Gray Woodthorpe.  “Adam and his wife hid themselves”.  Original etching, 1898-99.

For all three impressions: £350

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Additional Information about the Print

An impression was exhibited at the R.E. in 1899.

Provenance: by descent from the artist to his widow Lady Holroyd; to their son Michael; to Michael’s godson.