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Saturday Night in the Vale, 1928-9. Artist: Henry Tonks Featured Image

Saturday Night in the Vale, 1928-9. Artist: Henry Tonks

Saturday Night in the Vale, 1928-9. Also known as ?An Evening in the Vale?. We see George Moore (1852-1933), in the foreground reading aloud from his manuscript of Aphrodite in Aulis, a novel which he published in 1930. The audience consists of, from left to right, St John Hutchinson (1884?1942) Philip Wilson Steer (1860-1942) (in the arm-chair), Tonks (standing by the mantel- piece) and Mrs Mary St John Hutchinson (1889-1977). The painting is held in the Tate, London. From The Studio Volume 105. [The Offices of the Studio Ltd. London, 1933]

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The Newhaven Packet, 1885, (c1902). Creator: Unknown Featured Image

The Newhaven Packet, 1885, (c1902). Creator: Unknown

The Newhaven Packet, 1885, (c1902). After a painting in the Birmingham Museums Trust collection. Packet boat travelling out of Newhaven on the south coast, with a steamship on the horizon. From The Nation's Pictures. A selection from the finest modern paintings in the public picture galleries of Great Britain, reproduced in colour. [Cassell and Company Ltd, London, c1902]

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Lieut. General Sir John Moore, K.B. c1809 (1909). Artist: Charles Turner Featured Image

Lieut. General Sir John Moore, K.B. c1809 (1909). Artist: Charles Turner

Lieut. General Sir John Moore, K.B. c1809 (1909). After Thomas Lawrence (1769-1830). General Sir John Moore (1761-1809) commanded the British forces at the Battle of Corunna (La Coruna), Peninsular War, Spain 16 January 1809. Retreating from a much larger French army commanded by Marshal Soult, the British were able to hold the French off long enough to be evacuated by sea. Moore was mortally wounded in the battle. He was the subject of Charles Wolfe's poem The Burial of Sir John Moore, published in 1817. From British Military Prints, by Ralph Nevill. [The Connoisseur, London, 1909]

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