PARTRIDGE Sir Bernard R.I. N.E.A.C. (1861-1945)
PARTRIDGE Sir Bernard R.I. (1861-1945) ‘Madge Kendal’ the Victorian actress and Dame (1848-1935). Pencil. Signed. Ex. Collection: James Kirkman. 6x4 inches. Framed 12x10 inches.
PARTRIDGE Sir Bernard (1861-1945) ‘Mr Punch’s Christmas Bazaar’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. Published in the Punch Almanack, January 1914. 19x28.5 inches.
PARTRIDGE Bernard R.I. N.E.A.C (1861-1945) ‘A sketch at Veules-les-Roses’. Pen and ink. Signed. 10x7 inches. Framed. 17x14 inches.
PARTRIDGE Sir Bernard (1861-1945) Recto: ‘Political Phrases Explained: The Rome-Berlin Axes (sic)’. Pen and ink for Punch. Signed.
PARTRIDGE Sir Bernard R.I. N.E.A.C. (1861-1945) ‘If Parliament were Called Up’. Ink and watercolour for Punch, probably 1916. Signed. 16x25 inches. Framed 24x32 inches.
PARTRIDGE Sir Bernard (1861-1945) Verso: ‘Bonfire’. Pen and ink. Signed. Ill: Punch, 5th November 1941. Initial for publication by Kenneth Bird (Fougasse). 13.5x10.5 inches.
PARTRIDGE Bernard (1861-1945) American Imperialism. Pen and ink for Punch. Signed, inscribed and dated 29th November 1901. 13x10 inches.
PARTRIDGE Bernard Sir John (1861-1945) ‘The Shrine of Honour’: ‘Who goes there?’ ‘ I have no name. I died for my country’. ‘Pass, Unknown Warrior’. Pen and ink. Signed. For Punch. 14x10 inches. VERSO: ‘Made in Germany / Civilization: ‘What’s that supposed to represent?’ Imperial Artist: ‘Why, ‘Peace’ of course’. Civilization: ‘Well I don’t recognize it – and I never shall’. Pen and ink. Signed and inscribed. For Punch. 14x10 inches.