A Portrait of the Author, Charles Lamb, in his Study
by E H Shepard

Medium – Pen and Indian ink on artist’s board

Dimensions – 25.4 x 17.8cm (h x w)
Unframed

This drawing was an illustration for ‘Everybody’s Lamb’, ed. A C Ward, published 1933 by G Bell & Sons. It is signed below and inscribed on verso with the address and ‘Everybody’s Lamb, tailpiece’.

£1,500

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    Product Description

    Ernest Howard Shepard MC OBE (1879-1976) is familiar to all as the illustrator of A A Milne’s ‘Winnie the Pooh’ (1926), ‘When We Were Very Young’ (1924) and Kenneth Grahame’s ‘The Wind in the Willows’ (1931). He was a prolific illustrator for many other publications and also a witty political cartoonist for ‘Punch’. Born in St John’s Wood, he studied at St Paul’s School, Heatherley’s School of Art and the Royal Academy Schools. He served in the Royal Artillery throughout the First World War and was awarded the Military Cross in 1917. He was awarded an OBE in 1972 and died at Midhurst, Sussex in 1976.

    Additional Information

    Weight 0.5 kg
    Dimensions 178 x 254 mm
    About the artist

    Ernest Howard Shepard MC OBE (1879-1976) is familiar to all as the illustrator of A A Milne’s ‘Winnie the Pooh’ (1926), “When We Were Very Young’ (1924) and Kenneth Grahame’s ‘The Wind in the Willows’ (1931). He was a prolific illustrator for many other publications and also a witty political cartoonist for ‘Punch’.

    Born in St John’s Wood, he studied at St Paul’s School, Heatherley’s School of Art and the Royal Academy Schools. He served in the Royal Artillery thoughout the First World War and was awarded the Military Cross in 1917. He was awarded an OBE in 1972 and died at Midhurst, Sussex in 1976.

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