Theme : eyes
15 records on 2 pages
FAMAG RCPS2015.8.226Tuke, Henry Scott, RA RWS (1858-1929): Gersick and Harry's Fish, signed, inscribed Guersick, and on verso: HARRY'S FISH, watercolour and pencil, 14 x 19.6 cms. RCPS Tuke Collection. Loan.
FAMAG RCPS2015.8.225Tuke, Henry Scott, RA RWS (1858-1929): Gersick, Sept. 1868, signed and dated 1868, inscribed Gersick Sept. 1868, watercolour and pencil, 9.6 x 20.5 cms. RCPS Tuke Collection. Loan.
FAMAG RCPS2015.8.75Tuke, Henry Scott, RA RWS (1858-1929): Willy Tuke, dated 1878, inscribed H. S. Tuke 1878, etching, 18 x 14 cms. RCPS Tuke Collection. Loan.
FAMAG RCPS2015.8.3Tuke, Henry Scott, RA RWS (1858-1929): Portrait of Italian Youth, signed and dated 1881, inscribed Head. Italy 1881. H.S. Tuke, oil on mahogany panel, 16.5 x 13 cms. RCPS Tuke Collection. Loan.
FAMAG 2015.5.2Unknown artist (19th century): Charles Napier Hemy, Antwerp, pencil on paper, 30.5 x 26 cms. Presented by Powell, Barbara.
FAMAG 2014.6.1Lanyon, Andrew (born 1947): Reconstruction of Man Ray's metronome, dated 2004, metronome, 22 cms high. Presented by Lanyon, Andrew.
FAMAG 2012.25Gill, Eric (1882-1940): Portrait of Gordian Gill, engraving, 33.4 x 25.4 cms. Presented by Perry, Ivor.
FAMAG 2012.2.27Lee, Antony: Hello, signed and dated 2005, screenprint (1 of an edition of 3), 94.5 x 79 cms. Bequeathed by Margaret Whitford through the Art Fund. Bequest.
FAMAG 2011.31.37Lanyon, Andrew (born 1947): Sketch by Man Ray of himself mass-producing prepared paper for an Exquisite Corpse session with what might be the nibbed blotter rather than his nailed iron, oil on board. New Expressions 2 supported by MLA Renaissance South West and the National Lottery through Grants for the Arts. Commission.