KEENE Charles (1823-1891) The helmsman. Watercolour, gum Arabic and gouache. Inscribed beneath the mount in the ‘by Charles Keene’ (Click Here) and verso ‘This picture was given by Charles Keene to Edward Plumpton’ (Click Here). (Inscriptions by Plumpton?). 11.5x11.5 inches. Framed: 16.75x16.75 inches.
KEENE Charles (1823-1891) ‘Portrait of Mrs Heseltine’ (Chesson 2) in her drawing-room papered with Morris’s ‘Venetian Blue’’, Montpelier Square. Etching. Printed in an edition of 150 by Frederick Goulding in 1903. No.1 in Twenty-One Etchings by Charles Keene …Introduction by M H Spielmann. 5x3.25 inches.
KEENE Charles (1823-1891) ‘Allopathy’: ‘Paddy’ begging a stronger prescription for a ‘poor motherless child…’. Pen and ink. Signed. Mounted to show the legend (Click Here). 6.5x4 inches.
KEENE Charles (1823-1891) The Cabman’s Shelter – Enter Mrs Caroline Giacometti Prodgers, a rich American and scourge of overcharging cabmen. Pen and ink for Punch, 6th March, 1875. Exhibited: For the Love of Drawing: Drawings from an Oxfordshire Collection, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 2002. 4.25x7 inches. Framed:11.5x13.75 inches.
KEENE Charles (1823-1891) ‘Legislation. Alderman Gustle M.P. (reading Paper at his midday snack) “Oh I dessay! Go down to the ‘Ouse at two o’clock! Indeed! Why it wouldn’t give me no time for luncheon! Oh I shall vote against that! ...” Pen and ink for Punch, March 13th 1886. Signed. Exhibited: Royal Academy Winter Exhibition, 1901. 4.25x6.75 inches.
KEENE Charles (1823-1891) Man in a bowler, with satchel and umbrella. Pen and ink, probably study for a ‘Punch’ cartoon. Verso: Same man but in plus fours. Pencil. Exhibited: Christopher Powney. 7x4 inches. Verso