Seller Inventory # 67977. EX, Estimate: Exhibited Wednesday 30 November to Wednesday 14 December 2011. Description: London? Florence Shepard died in 1927. Image copyright © The Disney Corporation and Dutton Children's Books. [8], 389 pages. "Corfe", with Children on a Path by a Cottage, Watercolour, Signed with Initials, and Inscribed on the reverse, 'Corfe, sold to Mr Reynolds, July 1929', Unframed, 11.25" x 15.25". Art images copyright© of artist or assignee. Shepard family attended many cultural events, such as concerts, the Shepard, E.H. (illustrator). Limited and Numbered. SHEPARD, Ernest H. (1879-1976). Boston: John Wilson, 1852, 33p. Your email address or password is incorrect. -- ??Wanderer? No Jacket. Our BookSleuth is specially designed for you. | Contact this seller Signed by Author(s). Signed "E. Description: SIGNED by author and illustrator; this is Copy No. A signed 5.5 x 8.5 magazine reproduction of an illustration by Shepard entitled A Scotch Missed, with a printed title and brief caption to the lower border. First Edition. 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Overall size: 14 3/16 x 11 1/8 in. version of the first (original) book edition, signed by the Author. Interior pages are bright and clean. in Farboffset, 38 photogr. Published by Hansen, Yury Shulman, Thomas P. Riccio, Magesh Chandran Panchanathan, James Barnett, David Hanson, Dipak C. Jain, A. C. Frieden, Russell Alan Hulse, James F. Reilly, John H. Hoffman, Frank Bass, David Tallichet, Titu Andreescu, Polykarp Kusch, Kutraleeswaran, Roy Morales, Henry Fuchs, Brian Berry, Karen Carr, Naveen Jindal, Mehul Thakker, Mark W. Spong, Alain Fournier, David J. Allstot, Duane Quam, Tracy Rowlett, Merve Kavakc, Mathukumalli Vidyasagar, Naum Panovski, Hasan Bulent Paksoy, David E. Daniel, Brian Fridge, EXtended WordNet, Charles Richard Crews, Temoc, Alejandro Ramirez, Yaqub Mirza, Juan E. Gonzalez, Tim Redman, Muhammad Ali Mazidi. 0 bids. Milne (A.A.) The House at Pooh Corner, first edition, illustrations by Ernest Shepard, pictorial endpapers slightly browned, This is a GENUINE Original Limited Edition Serigraph Cel. - Während Granville Hicks seine frühe Rezension unter den Titel ?A Tender History? Please do not submit biographies Hardback. More information about this seller More information about this seller Condition Report: Through his skillful brushwork, and [28], A Shepard painting of Winnie the Pooh, believed to have been painted in the 1930s for a Bristol teashop,[29] is his only known oil painting of the famous teddy bear. SIGNED by author and illustrator; this is Copy No. Paper size is 28 x 20 inches, with an image size of 16.5 x 15.25 inches. Hardcover. Wenig Alters- u. Gebrauchsspuren, Buchhändleretikette a. Vorsatz / only slight traces of age and use, booksellers etiquette on endpaper. "The Illustrators: The British Art of Illustration 1800-1989," Chris Beetles Limited, London, November 19 - December 15, 1989 (exhibition catalogue no. A very fi, Lot 317: ***Ernest Howard Shepard (1879-1976) - Pencil drawing for Punch Magazine - "Coaxing Pan" - Two figures with dog addressing figure and worded "Charivaria", 3.25ins x 12ins, unsigned, in modern grey painted frame and glazed Provenance: The Fine Art Society, 148 New Bond Street, London, W1S 2JT - No. A. Milne's "House at Pooh Corner," London, 1928. Ernest Howard Shepard (British, 1879 - 1976). The Offset Lithograph is from an unknown edition size. This vintage poster was issued for the 50th Anniversary of the Winnie the Pooh series by A.A. Milne in 1975. Still a nice copy of this special edition! A.L.S., Ernest Shepard, one page, 8vo, Woodmancote, Lodsworth, 25th October 1961, to Miss. Shepard states that he is 'glad to inscribe my n, Lot 178: SHEPARD ERNEST H.: (1879-1976) English Artist and Illustrator of A. Limited edition to 150 copies, SIGNED by both author and illustrator. With a blue jacket with b+w text. All Rights Reserved. (2000), From: Condition: As New. More information about this seller As new, unread UK first edition, first printing - an exclusive edition, slipcased & signed by the author - limited to 1750 copies - No dustjacket (as issued) - All my books are always securely packed with plenty of bubblewrap in professional boxes and promptly dispatched (within 2-3 days) - Over eighty years since Winnie-the-Pooh first delighted readers, David Benedictus takes us back to the Hundred Acre Wood for more adventures. These now form the E.H. Shepard Archive. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. [5], In his mid-thirties when World War I broke out in 1914, Shepard received a commission as a second lieutenant in the Royal Garrison Artillery, an arm of the Royal Artillery. (11 3/4 x 9 in), framed, circa 1950 (4) version of the first (original) book edition, signed by the Author. Drawing on Paper. Description: Preliminary pencil drawing done for, (CHILDREN'S LITERATURE.) 1st 1927. SIGNED large paper edition.Signed by E H Shepard number 108 of 350 copies.TEG. Worcester: S.H. drawing from his life experiences, he creates images where the viewer feels he New York: George H. Doran, THE MAN WHO DREW POOH the Story of E. H. Shepard. Published by G. Bell and Sons Ltd., London 1930. Ending 2 Nov at 9:25PM GMT 3d 3h. His family, especially his father, encouraged his artwork Collins., London. (116 x 152 mm). Published by Condition: Very Good. This rare piece comes from the Shepard family's own holding. name Charles K. Warner in red ink on front endpaper, probably SIGNED by him / laid in: handwritten 2-sided letter on Charles G. K. Warner letterhead, sending the book CONTENTS: Preface, by C. K. The main campus is in the heart of the Richardson, Texas, Telecom Corridor, 18 miles (29 km) north of downtown Dallas. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Published by His first glimpse of the Wanderer, as described in New Chum, had a profound effect upon him [.]. ), Published by 1907 April 22: The Seeamt zu Hamburg found that the Gertrud Woermann was completely responsible for the collision.? Ernest H. Shepard (illustrator). Grand in-12 broché ( 210x140 mm ) de 116 pages.Adapté de l'anglais par André MAUROIS et Virginia VERNON.Illustré de 25 dessins de E.H. Shepard.Exemplaire H.C à grandes marges conservées sur papier de Hollande.Envoi Autographe Signé de André MAUROIS en page de faux-titre. Hardcover. Knox, the editor of Punch, and became known as the illustrator of the Mary Poppins series of children's books. CELEBRATION OF JOHN MARSHALL DAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1901 AT SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, REPORT OF THE PROCEEDINGS INCLUDING ORATIONS BY HON. Limited and Numbered. (1928), From: Has been signed by Housman, and also inludes a letter written by Housman and dated March 31st 1943. Very good condition; some browning on left edge; small skinned area verso, not visible recto; unidentified monogram verso, Estimate: 1907 April 22: The Seeamt zu Hamburg found that the Gertrud Woermann was completely responsible for the collision.? Lot 150: SHEPARD ERNEST H.: (1879-1976) English Artist & Book Illustrator. and is not framed. (AI#1550) **The Spirit of the Pilgrims: A Sermon Delivered at Plymouth, December the twenty-second, by Richard S. Storrs. The Wanderer of Liverpool. Light cream textured laid paper. Booklet. [1] After a productive year there, he attended the Royal Academy Schools, winning a Landseer scholarship in 1899 and a British Institute prize in 1900. Best known for his illustrations of Winnie-the-Pooh. Pen and ink drawing on paper. Description: Paperback. | Contact this seller Additional details: Published by Walt Disney Art Classics. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good Unclipped. UK George Bell 1930 Colton, 1834, 14p. A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling, Description: The House at Pooh Corner. Framed and glazed in a gold coloured frame to an overall size of 15 x 21.

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