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Barrie Collection

Background imageBarrie Collection: Peter Pan & Wendy Flying

Peter Pan & Wendy Flying
Peter Pan and Wendy float away over the city

Background imageBarrie Collection: Pan & Wendy Fly / Postcard

Pan & Wendy Fly / Postcard
Peter Pan and Wendy fly to Never-Never Land

Background imageBarrie Collection: Peter Pan / Theatre Poster

Peter Pan / Theatre Poster
Peter Pan and Wendy fly over the rooftops in a poster to advertise the stage show

Background imageBarrie Collection: Peter Pan Statue

Peter Pan Statue
The Peter Pan monument was erected on 1 May 1912 in Kensington Gardens and sculpted by George Frampton. Peter Pan entered London along the Serpentine in the story

Background imageBarrie Collection: Peter Pan / Michael & Nana

Peter Pan / Michael & Nana
Michael rides on the back of the dog Nana

Background imageBarrie Collection: Peter Pan & Wendy

Peter Pan & Wendy
Peter being kissed gently on the cheek by Wendy. Date: First published: 1904

Background imageBarrie Collection: Ladies Playing Cards / C20

Ladies Playing Cards / C20
The ladies playing cards

Background imageBarrie Collection: Book / Peter Pan Dances

Book / Peter Pan Dances
Peter Pan dances with his shadow

Background imageBarrie Collection: Peter Pan

Peter Pan

Background imageBarrie Collection: Peter Pan Statue

Peter Pan Statue
Happy children dancing in a fairy ring around Sir George Framptons statue of Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, which was erected on 1 May 1912

Background imageBarrie Collection: Peter Pan Statue

Peter Pan Statue
The Peter Pan statue was erected on 1 May 1912 in Kensington Gardens and sculpted by George Frampton. Peter Pan entered London along the Serpentine in the story

Background imageBarrie Collection: Walker, London, the successful comedy by J M Barrie at the Theatre Royal, Eastbourne

Walker, London, the successful comedy by J M Barrie at the Theatre Royal, Eastbourne, by Sydney Paxton and Company, from Tooles Theatre, London Date: early 20th century

Background imageBarrie Collection: Mary Casson - Sir Gerald du Maurier in Barries Dear Brutus

Mary Casson - Sir Gerald du Maurier in Barries Dear Brutus
J. M. Barries fantasy, Dear Brutus - 1929 performance - Mary Casson (1914-2009) in the role of Margaret, about to have her portrait painted by Sir Gerald du Maurier (1873-1934)

Background imageBarrie Collection: Characters of Peter Pan by H. M. Brock

Characters of Peter Pan by H. M. Brock
Wendy and Peter heading the procession of characters in J. M. Barries famous childrens play, Peter Pan, as imagined by H. M. Brock in an illustration specially drawn for The Sphere. Date: 1920

Background imageBarrie Collection: Pan / Woodward / Cptn Hook

Pan / Woodward / Cptn Hook
Peter Pan and Captain Hook fight

Background imageBarrie Collection: Fay Compton as Mary Rose

Fay Compton as Mary Rose
Fay Compton (1894-1978) in the title role of Mary Rose, a play by J M Barrie, in production at the Haymarket Theatre, London. 1920

Background imageBarrie Collection: Angus Ogilvy with J. M. Barrie

Angus Ogilvy with J. M. Barrie
The Hon. Angus Ogilvey, (1928 - 2004), second son of the Earl of Airlie, and husband of Princess Alexandra of Kent pictured as a small child with his godfather, the author and playwright, J. M

Background imageBarrie Collection: Fairies, Kensington Gdns

Fairies, Kensington Gdns
The fairies are exquisite dancers... Date: First published: 1904

Background imageBarrie Collection: Peter Pan & Solomon Caw

Peter Pan & Solomon Caw
Peter Pan and Solomon Caw. Date: First published: 1904

Background imageBarrie Collection: Pan / Woodward / Wendy Hse

Pan / Woodward / Wendy Hse
Peter Pan and Wendy sit on the doorstep of the wendy house

Background imageBarrie Collection: Pan / Woodward / Hook& Croc

Pan / Woodward / Hook& Croc
Captain Hook falls into the jaws of the crocodile

Background imageBarrie Collection: Peter Pan Children Childrens Literature Story

Peter Pan Children Childrens Literature Story
peter, pan, children, childrens, literature, story, fantasy, english, illustration, arthur, rackham, barrie, kensington, gardens, 1906, 1900s, edwardian, touching, sight, two, tombstones, tombstone

Background imageBarrie Collection: The Darling family in the children's nursery. Date: 1907

The Darling family in the children's nursery. Date: 1907

Background imageBarrie Collection: Gerald du Maurier in A Kiss for Cinderella, a fancy in three acts by J M Barrie

Gerald du Maurier in A Kiss for Cinderella, a fancy in three acts by J M Barrie, at Wyndhams Theatre, London. Date: circa 1916

Background imageBarrie Collection: A portrait of the American dancer Barrie Oliver, 1929

A portrait of the American dancer Barrie Oliver, 1929 appearing in Charlots revue in London Date: 1929

Background imageBarrie Collection: Scene from J. M. Barries Peter Pan at the Duke of Yorks Theatre in 1905

Scene from J. M. Barries Peter Pan at the Duke of Yorks Theatre in 1905
Scene from J.M. Barries Peter Pan at the Duke of Yorks Theatre in 1905, showing Peter saving his band from the pirates,

Background imageBarrie Collection: Illustration, Wendy sewing on Peter Pans shadow

Illustration, Wendy sewing on Peter Pans shadow. Date: 1950s

Background imageBarrie Collection: Statue of Peter Pan, Kensington Gardens, London

Statue of Peter Pan, Kensington Gardens, London
The Peter Pan statue is a bronze sculpture of J. M. Barries character Peter Pan. It was commissioned by Barrie and made by Sir George Frampton

Background imageBarrie Collection: Wendy Barrie, English actress

Wendy Barrie, English actress. Date: 1934

Background imageBarrie Collection: J M Barrie, Scottish novelist and playwright

J M Barrie, Scottish novelist and playwright
Caricature, J M Barrie, Scottish novelist and playwright. 1893

Background imageBarrie Collection: Peter Pan statue, Kensington Gardens, London

Peter Pan statue, Kensington Gardens, London
A little girl stands by the Peter Pan statue in Kensington Gardens, London. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageBarrie Collection: Duchess of York and Sir James Barrie - Theatre Royal

Duchess of York and Sir James Barrie - Theatre Royal
Duchess of York and Sir James Barrie at a performance of " What Every Woman Knows" at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London in aid of the funds of TocH

Background imageBarrie Collection: Matania as consultant on the film, Susie in the Bath

Matania as consultant on the film, Susie in the Bath
The Italian-born artist, Fortunino Matania, leading illustrator for The Sphere magazine, pictured giving professional hints to actor Gene Gerrard on the set of the new John Stafford film

Background imageBarrie Collection: Photo of Miss Billie Shaw and Mr Barrie Oliver

Photo of Miss Billie Shaw and Mr Barrie Oliver
Black and white photo in the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News of 24th October 1925 of Miss Billie Shaw and Mr Barrie Oliver who were appearing at the Cafe de Paris in London in a revue

Background imageBarrie Collection: Illustration, Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

Illustration, Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, by Arthur Rackham -- An elderberry hobbled across the walk, and stood chatting with some young quinces. A curious group of humanised trees. Date: 1906

Background imageBarrie Collection: British art nouveau brooches and pendants in

British art nouveau brooches and pendants in gold, silver and enamel.. By David Veazey, Dorothy Hart, B.J. Barrie, E. Larcombe, Annie McLeish, Minnie McLeish, N. Evers-Swindell and M. Alabaster

Background imageBarrie Collection: British art nouveau hair combs by BJ Barrie

British art nouveau hair combs by BJ Barrie
British art nouveau hair combs by B.J. Barrie, David Veazey and Kate Allen.. Color plate from Charles Holmes Modern Design in Jewellery and Fans, published by the Studio 1902

Background imageBarrie Collection: Sir George Frampton in studio with Peter Pan statue

Sir George Frampton in studio with Peter Pan statue
Sir George Frampton pictured in his studio with a sculpture of Peter Pan, the famous fictional creation of J. M. Barrie. The sculpture was erected in Kensington Gardens on 1 May 1912

Background imageBarrie Collection: Aladdin, Winter Gardens Theatre, Morecambe

Aladdin, Winter Gardens Theatre, Morecambe
Aladdin at the Winter Gardens Theatre, Morecambe. 2 January 1939. The centre pages contain photos of the leading performers, including Violet Barrie as Aladdin (The Ideal Boy)

Background imageBarrie Collection: Sketch of the actor Barrie Oliver perfoming in cabaret at Un

Sketch of the actor Barrie Oliver perfoming in cabaret at Uncles Club, London, 1926 Date: 1926

Background imageBarrie Collection: Misfitz - Peter Pan

Misfitz - Peter Pan. early 20th century

Background imageBarrie Collection: In Peter Pans Garden, bys B Pearse

In Peter Pans Garden, bys B Pearse
Children in Peter Pans Garden in Kensington Gardens, London, during winter. Nannies with prams oversee small children who are wrapped up against the cold. circa 1928

Background imageBarrie Collection: Lady & her Maid / Street

Lady & her Maid / Street
The maid holds up the umbrella to protect her mistress from the snow. Date: First published: 1913

Background imageBarrie Collection: Sir James Matthew Barrie, caricature in Punch

Sir James Matthew Barrie, caricature in Punch
SIR JAMES MATTHEW BARRIE (1860 - 1937) Scottish novelist and dramatist, best known for writing Peter Pan, satirised in Punch Date: 1897

Background imageBarrie Collection: Pauline Chase

Pauline Chase (1885 - 1962), actress, notable for playing the part of Barries Peter Pan

Background imageBarrie Collection: Quality Street by J M Barrie

Quality Street by J M Barrie
Promotional postcard for Quality Street by J M Barrie. First produced at the Vaudeville Theatre, 17th September 1902. Quality Street is a comedy in four acts by J. M

Background imageBarrie Collection: Pantaloon by J M Barrie

Pantaloon by J M Barrie
Promotional flyer for Pantaloon by J. M. Barrie. First produced at the Duke of Yorks Theatre, 5th April 1905. Inside pages of a 4-page touring flyer

Background imageBarrie Collection: A Kiss for Cinderella by J M Barrie

A Kiss for Cinderella by J M Barrie
Promotional postcard for A Kiss for Cinderella by J. M. Barrie. First produced at the Wyndhams Theatre, 16th March 1916. The heroine dreams of herself as Cinderella because she has been given that



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