Sir Max BEERBOHM N.E.A.C. (1872-1956)
BEERBOHM Sir Max N.E.A.C (1872-1956) ‘Lord William Nevill’ (1860-1939). Ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. 12x8 inches. Framed: 20x15 inches.
BEERBOHM Sir Max N.E.A.C (1872-1956) ‘Everyman’. Pencil, pen and ink. Signed and dated, ’09. Provenance: Sir Geoffrey Keynes; Spink.
32x20cms. Framed: 50x37cms.
BEERBOHM Sir Max N.E.A.C (1872-1956) ‘Vote for Free Trade and Stylish Head-Gear / William Archer (Theatre Critic, 1856-1924) at the American Hat Shop’. Pen and ink. Inscribed by the artist. 7x4.5 inches.
BEERBOHM Sir Max N.E.A.C (1872-1956) ‘Sir Edward Carson, No.1’. Pencil. Iscribed by the artist. 3.5x1.75 inches.
BEERBOHM Sir Max N.E.A.C (1872-1956) Knox-Johnson hearing the late Mr Arnold mispraised'. Pen, ink and pencil. Lit: Hart Davis No.872. Exh: Piccadilly Gallery, March 1987, Cat. No.24. 12x8 inches. Framed: 19x15 inches.
BEERBOHM Sir Max (1872-1956) ‘Mr Bernard Shaw / (a very early impression)’ (RHD.1474 p.133). Pencil, watercolour and gouache. Signed and (later) inscribed. Ill: ‘The Chap-Book’, Chicago, 1st November 1896. Exhibited: Leicester Galleries, 1952. Ex. Coll: Mark Birley. Beerbohm succeeded Shaw as theatre critic for the Saturday Review in 1898 12x7.75 inches. Framed: 23.5x18.5 inches.
BEERBOHM Sir Max (1872-1956) ‘The Elder and the Younger Pitt-Churchill, 1911-1941’. Pencil, brush and wash. Signed and inscribed. Provenance: The Artist to Mrs Graeme Hendrey (Eiluned Lewis 1900-1979) and by descent. 6.75x8.5 inches. Framed: 14x16.5 inches.
BEERBOHM Max (1872-1956) ‘Lord D’Abernon’, (1st Viscount D’Abernon GCB,GCMG, PC, FRS 1857-1941) ‘…the pioneer of appeasement’. Pencil and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1930. 10.25x7 inches.
BEERBOHM Sir Max (1872-1956)
‘Mr Raymond Blathwayt’ (1855-1935) Actor.
(‘The Great Moment’ (Elinor Glyn) with Gloria Swanson, 1921).
Pen, brush, ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: Piccadilly Gallery, 2004
12.5x7.5 inches. Framed: 20x14.5 inches.