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|Title:||Studies [art print]|
|Author:||Miles, Frank, 1852-1891.|
|Publisher:||London : Mansell, [not before 1875]|
|Abstract:||Nine female portraits. Some portraits illustrate verses of poetry: "I’ve been roaming" (Anonymous), "The gardener’s daughter" (Alfred Tennyson), "She has two eyes ..." (W.H. Longfellow) Frank (also known as Francis) Miles was a popular painter of the late 19th century. He was best known for his drawings of Lily Langtry, and was a friend and companion of Oscar Wilde. In 1880 Miles was appointed artist-in-chief of Life, which ran a series of his portraits of prominent society figures. Scanned from the original held in Rare Books & Special Collections, Barr Smith Library.|
Lithography, English 19th century.
|Description:||Scanned from the original held in Rare Books & Special Collections, Barr Smith Library.|
|Call number:||Rare Books 74 M64|
|Appears in Collections:||Rare Books: texts|
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