Watercolour by Reg Carter, The Squall
Watercolour by Reg Carter (1886-1949), freelance commercial artist, entitled The Squall, probably painted at Southwold, Suffolk, where he had his studio in the High Street. He gave painting lessons to the young Harold Auerbach when the latter was in Southwold on holiday.
© The Patricia Aubrey Collection / Mary Evans
1900s, 1908, Anglia, Art, Artist, Artists, Arts, Boat, Boats, Brown, Carter, Commercial, East, Edwardian, Freelance, Grey, Handwriting, Painted, Painting, Rain, Raining, Reg, Sailing, Sea, Signature, Signed, Southwold, Squall, Storm, Suffolk, Transport, Visual, Water, Watercolour, Weather, Wet, Windy
Palestinian Arabic Scribe in London
Palestinian Arabic Scribe at the 'Palestine in London' Exhibition held at the Royal Agricultural Hall (now the Business Design Centre) in Islington, London - June, 1907. A real hand-written example of his writing is on the card, probably handed out or purchased directly at the show. Date: 1907
© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection
Book plate in Latin, Trinity College, Dublin
Book plate in Latin, Trinity College, Dublin, confirming high achievement in an examination. The handwriting suggests a recipient named Charles Lambart, possibly a member of the Anglo-Irish royalist family (Earls of Cavan).
© Mary Evans Picture Library
1760s, 1764, 18th, Achievement, Anglo, Arms, Book, Brown, Carolo, Cavan, Century, Charles, Coat, College, Dublin, Earls, Education, Exam, Examination, Family, Handwriting, High, Higher, Ink, Ireland, Irish, Lambart, Latin, Peerage, Plate, Royalist, Trinity, University