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Background imageGeoffrey Collection: I Make Myself Known to My Aunt. Etching from David Copperfield, c1840-1880, (1923)

I Make Myself Known to My Aunt. Etching from David Copperfield, c1840-1880, (1923). Artist: Hablot Knight Browne
I Make Myself Known to My Aunt. Etching from David Copperfield, 1840-1880, (1923). David Copperfield is the eighth novel by Charles Dickens

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Crane Company. - The Bathroom, 1940

Crane Company. - The Bathroom, 1940. Newvogue Receptor Bath with glass spray shield, walls in yellow ground Salubra wallpaper with grey and silver pattern, wainscoting in grey tiles

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Wet Evening, Oxford Street, 1919. Artist: CRW Nevinson

Wet Evening, Oxford Street, 1919. Artist: CRW Nevinson
Wet Evening, Oxford Street, 1919. From Modern Woodcuts and Lithographs by British and French Artists, by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, Paris, New York, 1919]

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: The Elephant and Castle on the Brighton Road, 1826, (1920)

The Elephant and Castle on the Brighton Road, 1826, (1920)
The Elephant and Castle on the Brighton Road, 1826, 1920. From Londoners Then and Now As Pictured By Their Contemporaries, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, 1920]

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Representation of the enamel effigy of Geoffrey V on his tomb at Le Mans Cathedral, 1849

Representation of the enamel effigy of Geoffrey V on his tomb at Le Mans Cathedral, 1849. Artist: Lemercier
Representation of the enamel effigy of Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou (1113-1151), on his tomb at Le Mans Cathedral, Le Mans, France, 1849

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Lorry-Jumpers, 1919. Artist: CRW Nevinson

Lorry-Jumpers, 1919. Artist: CRW Nevinson
Lorry-Jumpers, 1919. From Modern Woodcuts and Lithographs by British and French Artists, by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, Paris, New York, 1919]

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Gondolas by the Piazzetta, c1904, (1925). Creator: John Singer Sargent

Gondolas by the Piazzetta, c1904, (1925). Creator: John Singer Sargent
Gondolas by the Piazzetta, c1904, (1925). Boats on the canal by the Piazzetta di San Marco, Venice, Italy. Drawing in the Tate Gallery, London

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Chaucers tomb, Westminster Abbey, London, 1912. Artist: Frederick Adcock

Chaucers tomb, Westminster Abbey, London, 1912. Artist: Frederick Adcock
Chaucers tomb, Westminster Abbey, London, 1912. The tomb of Geoffrey Chaucer (1343-1400), author of The Canterbury Tales. Many famous writers and poets are buried in the Abbey

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: A kitchen arranged and equipped by Heal & Son, Ltd. of London, 1942

A kitchen arranged and equipped by Heal & Son, Ltd. of London, 1942. Timber fitted cupboards and dresser. From Decorative Art 1942 - The Studio Year Book, edited by C. G. Holme. [The Studio Ltd

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: The Canterbury Pilgrimage, late 15th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

The Canterbury Pilgrimage, late 15th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
The Canterbury Pilgrimage, late 15th century, (1843). A 19th-century version of Chaucers pilgrims from a manuscript of Lydgates Storie of Thebes

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Major-General Barton, C. B. 1901. Creator: Debenham & Smith

Major-General Barton, C. B. 1901. Creator: Debenham & Smith
Major-General Barton, C.B. 1901. Major General Sir Geoffrey Barton (1844- 1922) served the British Army from 1862 until 1904 commanded the 6th Brigade of the South Natal Field Force in the Relief of

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Himalayan Balsam: Impatiens Glandulifera, 1840, (1944). Creator: Unknown

Himalayan Balsam: Impatiens Glandulifera, 1840, (1944). Creator: Unknown
Himalayan Balsam: Impatiens Glandulifera, 1840, (1944). Botanical illustration from " Edwardss Botanical Register" edited by John Lindley

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: View of the Dogana, 1702, (1925). Creator: Peter Schenk

View of the Dogana, 1702, (1925). Creator: Peter Schenk
View of the Dogana, 1702, (1925). 18th century view of the Punta della Dogana, old customs building in Venice, Italy. On the right is the pillar with a winged lion, symbol of the city

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: The Bath Room, 1940

The Bath Room, 1940
Kenneth Cheesman for Pilkington Bros. Ltd - The Bath Room, 1940. Decorated almost entirely in Vitrolite and Vitroflex or some other form of glass - ivory and white with skirting of wedgwood blue

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Eve, 1919. Artist: Marcel Roux

Eve, 1919. Artist: Marcel Roux
E ve, 1919. From Modern Woodcuts and Lithographs by British and French Artists, by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, Paris, New York, 1919]

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: The gazebo and swimming pool at Biddesden House, Wiltshire, 1933

The gazebo and swimming pool at Biddesden House, Wiltshire, 1933. Architects: G. L. Kennedy & F. B. Nightingale, F.R.I.B.A. From Decorative Art 1933 - Year-Book of The Studio, edited by C. G. Holme

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: The Coke and Perkin (The Cooks Tale, Chaucers Canterbury Tales), late 18th century

The Coke and Perkin (The Cooks Tale, Chaucers Canterbury Tales), late 18th century. After John Hamilton Mortimer

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Fluellen Making Pistol Eat the Leek (Shakespeare, Henry V, Act 5, Scene 1), August 1

Fluellen Making Pistol Eat the Leek (Shakespeare, Henry V, Act 5, Scene 1), August 1, 1795

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Falstaff at Justice Shallows Mustering His Recruits (Shakespeare, Henry IV, Part

Falstaff at Justice Shallows Mustering His Recruits (Shakespeare, Henry IV, Part II, Act 3, Scene 2), June 1, 1792

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Henry Bunbury Esq-r. Youngest Son of the late Sir William Bunbury, ca. 1769

Henry Bunbury Esq-r. Youngest Son of the late Sir William Bunbury, ca. 1769

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Henry William Bunbury Drawing his 'Long Minuet', 1789. 1789

Henry William Bunbury Drawing his "Long Minuet", 1789. 1789
Henry William Bunbury Drawing his " Long Minuet", 1789

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Primroses, 1840s, (1944). Creator: William Henry Hunt

Primroses, 1840s, (1944). Creator: William Henry Hunt
Primroses, 1840s, (1944). Detail from Primroses and Birds Nest, painting in the Tate Gallery, London. From " Wild Flowers in Britain", by Geoffrey Grigson. [Collins, London, 1944]

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Dog Rose, c1890-1908, (1944). Creator: Alfred William Parsons

Dog Rose, c1890-1908, (1944). Creator: Alfred William Parsons
Dog Rose, c1890-1908, (1944). Botanical illustration from " The Genus Rosa" by Ellen Willmott. [1910-1914]. Published in " Wild Flowers in Britain", by Geoffrey Grigson

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Monkey-Flower, 1812, (1944). Creator: Unknown

Monkey-Flower, 1812, (1944). Creator: Unknown
Monkey-Flower, 1812, (1944). Illustration from " Curtiss Botanical Magazine" founded by William Curtis. Published in " Wild Flowers in Britain", by Geoffrey Grigson

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Herb Paris, late 18th-early 19th century, (1944). Creator: Unknown

Herb Paris, late 18th-early 19th century, (1944). Creator: Unknown
Herb Paris, late 18th-early 19th century, (1944). Botanical illustration from " English Botany" by James Sowerby. Published in " Wild Flowers in Britain", by Geoffrey Grigson

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Rosebay Willowherb, late 18th-early 19th century, (1944). Creator: Unknown

Rosebay Willowherb, late 18th-early 19th century, (1944). Creator: Unknown
Rosebay Willowherb, late 18th-early 19th century, (1944). Botanical illustration from " English Botany" by James Sowerby

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Vipers Bugloss, late 18th-early 19th century, (1944). Creator: Unknown

Vipers Bugloss, late 18th-early 19th century, (1944). Creator: Unknown
Vipers Bugloss, late 18th-early 19th century, (1944). Botanical illustration from " English Botany" by James Sowerby. Published in " Wild Flowers in Britain", by Geoffrey Grigson

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Peacock, Smalll Tortoiseshell and Comma Butterflies... c1930s, (1945). Creator: Vere Temple

Peacock, Smalll Tortoiseshell and Comma Butterflies... c1930s, (1945). Creator: Vere Temple
Peacock, Smalll Tortoiseshell and Comma Butterflies - Vanessa io, Vanessa urticae and Vannessa c-album, c1930s, (1945). Aglais io, Aglais urticae and Polygonia c-album - chrysalises

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Group from the Forget-Me-Not Family, 1846, (1944). Creator: Unknown

Group from the Forget-Me-Not Family, 1846, (1944). Creator: Unknown
Group from the Forget-Me-Not Family, 1846, (1944). Evergreen Alkanet, Tuberous-Rooted Comfrey, Lungwort, Jacobs Ladder, Borage, Gromwell, Houndstongue, Bugloss

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Dragonflies, c1930s, (1945). Creator: Vere Temple

Dragonflies, c1930s, (1945). Creator: Vere Temple
Dragonflies, c1930s, (1945). Male and female of Agrion splendens, a type of damselfly; male Libellula fulva, the scarce chaser dragonfly; nymph case of Agrion splendens; Pimpla instigator

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Greater Celandine, 1839, (1944). Creator: Unknown

Greater Celandine, 1839, (1944). Creator: Unknown
Greater Celandine, 1839, (1944). Botanical illustration from " British Flowering Plants" by William Baxter. Published in " Wild Flowers in Britain", by Geoffrey Grigson

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Birch Weevils: Curculio betulae, 1794, (1945). Creator: Edward Donovan

Birch Weevils: Curculio betulae, 1794, (1945). Creator: Edward Donovan
Birch Weevils: Curculio betulae, 1794, (1945). Illustration by Edward Donovan from his " Natural History of British Insects". From " Insect Life in Britain, by Geoffrey Taylor

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Orpine, 1777, (1944). Creator: Unknown

Orpine, 1777, (1944). Creator: Unknown
Orpine, 1777, (1944). Botanical illustration from " Flora Londinensis" by Curtis. [1777]. Published in " Wild Flowers in Britain", by Geoffrey Grigson. [Collins, London, 1944]

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Anchor-Faced Wasp: Vespa rufa, 1839, (1945). Creator: John Curtis

Anchor-Faced Wasp: Vespa rufa, 1839, (1945). Creator: John Curtis
Anchor-Faced Wasp: Vespa rufa, 1839, (1945). The red wasp - Vespula rufa. Illustration by John Curtis from his " British Entomology". From " Insect Life in Britain, by Geoffrey Taylor

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Yellow Flag, 1808, (1944). Creator: Pierre-Joseph Redoute

Yellow Flag, 1808, (1944). Creator: Pierre-Joseph Redoute
Yellow Flag, 1808, (1944). Iris - botanical illustration from " Les Liliacees" [Liliaceae, plants of the lily family], written and illustrated by Pierre-Joseph Redoute

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Honeysuckle, 1777, (1944). Creator: William Kilburn

Honeysuckle, 1777, (1944). Creator: William Kilburn
Honeysuckle, 1777, (1944). Botanical illustration from " Flora Londinensis" by Curtis. [1777]. Published in " Wild Flowers in Britain", by Geoffrey Grigson. [Collins, London, 1944]

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Crane-Fly: Tipula longicornis, 1834, (1945). Creator: John Curtis

Crane-Fly: Tipula longicornis, 1834, (1945). Creator: John Curtis
Crane-Fly: Tipula longicornis, 1834, (1945). Tipula unca. Illustration by John Curtis from his " British Entomology". From " Insect Life in Britain, by Geoffrey Taylor

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Magpie or Currant Moth: Phalaena grossulariata, 1813, (1945). Creator: Edward Donovan

Magpie or Currant Moth: Phalaena grossulariata, 1813, (1945). Creator: Edward Donovan
Magpie or Currant Moth: Phalaena grossulariata, 1813, (1945). Illustration by Edward Donovan from his " Natural History of British Insects"

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Silver Stripe Hawk Moth: Sphinx celerio, 1797, (1945). Creator: Edward Donovan

Silver Stripe Hawk Moth: Sphinx celerio, 1797, (1945). Creator: Edward Donovan
Silver Stripe Hawk Moth: Sphinx celerio, 1797, (1945). The larvae of the silver-striped hawk-moth, now known as Hippotion celerio, typically feed on the leaves of plants such as the grape vine

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Ladybird and Daddy-Long-Legs: Coccinella and Tipula oleracea, 1720, (1945). Creator: Halett

Ladybird and Daddy-Long-Legs: Coccinella and Tipula oleracea, 1720, (1945). Creator: Halett
Ladybird and Daddy-Long-Legs: Coccinella and Tipula oleracea, 1720, (1945). Larva, pupa and adult forms of insects found in Britain

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: The First V. C. ever Won by a Territorial, 1916. Creator: Unknown

The First V. C. ever Won by a Territorial, 1916. Creator: Unknown
The First V.C. ever Won by a Territorial, 1916. Second-Lieut. G. H. Woolley s. defence of Hill 60 made him the first British Territorial Army officer to be awarded the Victoria Cross

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Chaucer, (1343-1400), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Chaucer, (1343-1400), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Chaucer, (1343-1400), 1830. Geoffrey Chaucer (1343-1400) English poet and author, best known for The Canterbury Tales, also a philosopher and astronomer

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Robert of Normandy at the Castle of the Count of Conversano, c1890. Creator: Unknown

Robert of Normandy at the Castle of the Count of Conversano, c1890. Creator: Unknown
Robert of Normandy at the Castle of the Count of Conversano, c1890. Robert Curthose (c1051-1134), negotiated his marriage to Sybilla of Conversano, daughter of Geoffrey of Brindisi

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: The De Havilland Tiger Moth, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The De Havilland Tiger Moth, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The De Havilland Tiger Moth, 1941. De Havilland DH82 Tiger Moth, British biplane designed by Geoffrey de Havilland in the 1930s

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Demolishing Devonshire House, 1927. Creator: William Walcot

Demolishing Devonshire House, 1927. Creator: William Walcot
Demolishing Devonshire House, 1927. From " Disappearing London", by E. Beresford Chancellor, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [" The Studio" Limited, London, 1927]

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Waterloo Bridge, 1927. Creator: Percy Robertson

Waterloo Bridge, 1927. Creator: Percy Robertson
Waterloo Bridge, 1927. From " Disappearing London", by E. Beresford Chancellor, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [" The Studio" Limited, London, 1927]

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Piccadilly Circus, 1927. Creator: William Walcot

Piccadilly Circus, 1927. Creator: William Walcot
Piccadilly Circus, 1927. From " Disappearing London", by E. Beresford Chancellor, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [" The Studio" Limited, London, 1927]

Background imageGeoffrey Collection: Piccadilly Circus, looking North, 1927. Creator: Randolph Schwabe

Piccadilly Circus, looking North, 1927. Creator: Randolph Schwabe
Piccadilly Circus, looking North, 1927. From " Disappearing London", by E. Beresford Chancellor, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [" The Studio" Limited, London, 1927]



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