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Sketchbook, 1911

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  • Sketchbook, 1911. Raverat, Jacques Pierre (British, 1885-1925). Coverboards covered with white linen. Off-white paper. Collocation: five gatherings containing the following numbers of leaves: eight (one attached to front cover); six; eight; six; six (one attached to back cover). Sweeping landscapes, often across two pages and with grid lines. Full length clothed figure studies and nude partial figure studies Also back page taken up with 'dart board' type design with smaller versions at all four corners, two similar overleaf, all show dents/small holes with traces of ink as if pens dropped nib-first onto them to 'score'. Graphite, grey wash, black and brown Conté crayon on paper, height, sheet size, 305 mm, width, sheet size, 204 mm; height, coverboards, 304 mm, width, coverboards, 207 mm, 1911.
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