PEACOCK, Ralph, letters, autographs, documents, manuscripts

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PEACOCK, Ralph (1868-1946). Painter.
Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs Holman Hunt, 2 pages 8vo (slight tear in the fold), 32 Holland Park Road, 21 August 1928. Suggesting that another sitting is not required ('I might go further with it and fare worse'), and suggesting that 'the Cambridge Professor' might be called upon to give a neutral opinion.
Paul professed his high religious principles throughout his career, even after his conviction for fraud and sentence to penal servitude (never served).
 Kensal Green was the most fashionable burial ground in Victorian England. Based on Pere La Ch

£65 [No: 24475]
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