After William Charles Pitcher RI (1858-1925) - c.1917 Watercolour, Queen's Maid
DescriptionA finely detailed watercolour and pen costume design for the opera "Young England". Design number 64. Well presented in a contemporary black frame and white card mount. Unsigned. On laid paper mounted to card.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and minor foxing.
28.4 x 18.6cm (11.2" x 7.3")Framed Size: 42.6 x 34.6cm (16.8" x 13.6")
Sulis Fine Art is delighted to present a large collection of original costume designs for a production of G.H. Clustam & Hubert Bath's opera "Young England". The show ran from December 23rd to March 24th 1917. In the style of William Charles Wilhelm RI (1858-1925) who is known to have designed another set of costume drawings for the 1916 production. These are held at the V&A.
We believe these designs are copies of the originals made for the production the following year, by an assistant or within the studio of William Charles Wilhelm/Pitcher RI (1858-1925).
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|Artist||After William Charles Pitcher RI (1858-1925)|
|Dimensions||28.4 x 18.6cm|
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