Ronald SEARLE C.B.E. (1920-2011)
SEARLE Ronald C.B.E. (1920-2011) ‘Denzil and Mary / Wild Thyme / Act 2’. Ink, watercolour and fake donkey fur. 12x17 inches. Inscribed, signed and dated, 1955. ‘Wild Thyme’, Guard and Swan, London 1955.
SEARLE Ronald C.B.E. (1920-2011) Sherlock Holmes: ‘221B Baker Street’. Pen and ink. Signed, inscribed to Basil Boothroyd and dated ‘June (19)51’. 9x13 inches. Framed: 16.5x19.5 inches.
SEARLE Ronald C.B.E. (1920-2011) ‘Molesworth’s Mum’. Pen and ink drawn on the half-title page of a 1st edition of ‘How to be Topp’. 1956. Signed and dedicated to Fitzwilliam Barrington. 7x5 inches. Framed: the opened book in a box frame 10x13 inches.
SEARLE Ronald CBE (1920-2011) ‘The Boy Friend’. Ink and crayon. The Wyndham Theatre 1954 Production. Signed and inscribed by the artist. 12x14.5 inches.
SEARLE Ronald C.B.E. (1920-2011) ‘Who’s the fairest of them all’. Pencil, ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. 4x4.5 inches. Framed: 13x12 inches.
SEARLE Ronald (1920-2011)
The Construction of the Festival of Britain.
Pen and ink. Faded. Signed and indistinctly inscribed.
9.5x14 inches. Framed: 17.5x21.25 inches.
SEARLE Ronald (1920-2011) ‘Vranduk,/ Jugoslavia’ (Bosnia). Chalk. Signed, inscribed and dated August 21, 1947. Searle was invited to record the reconstruction of Yugoslavia in 1947. 12.5x6.75 inches. Framed: 20x13.5 inches.