The Sketch a Victorian Society Magazine - Theatrical, Music Hall, Sport, Opera, Arts etc.
Original Victorian Magazine
Mr H. B. Irving and Miss Emery at The Comedy Theatre - full front page photograph by Alfred Ellis of Upper Baker Street NW.
The Serious Side of Nature: The Domestic Labour Movement - Kitchen Debating Society, Charles in the Chair - Full page sketch by Melton Prior.
The Author of A Yellow Astor: Mrs Mannignton Caffyn (Iota ) - info. Kathleen Mannington Caffyn.
The Anarchist Drawn: Vive L'Anarchi - full page sketch By Phil May.
Bury Victor Chief Five Years Old, The Winner of the Hundred Guinea Challenge Cup at The Shire Horse Show at Islington - from a drawing by Cecil Aldin.
Miss Esme Beringer.
Mister A. H. Ripley The Racing Jockey.
Last Weeks Paris - a full page sketch by Villedebois; plus article (opposite page) looks at news from Paris and this one includes Monte Carlo and The Anarchists.
Mr R. T. Coryndon from South Africa: Matabele Soldier with Tuft of Jays Feathers and Long Cranes Feather (small engr.) - Captured Matabele Boy (small engr.)
Sir Edward Clarke QC MP - small caricature signed by Grip - info. possibly John Wilson Bengough born Whitby; Grip was a Canadian weekly humour magazine founded by Bengough of which he also illustrated.
Mid Lent in Paris - full page Sketch by MARS.
The Seamstress - full page from a drawing by Sauber.
Mr William Archer the Author.
A Novel in a Nutshell by Nora Wynne illustrated jeffrey loght by James Greig.
Mr A. R. Ropes Adrian Ross - lyricist Arthur Reed Ropes better known under the pseudonym Adrian Ross, was a prolific writer of lyrics, contributing songs to many British musicals.
Dr Frank Osmond Carr - info. Frank Osmond Carr was an English composer who wrote the music for several Victorian burlesques and then later turning to the new genere of Edwardian musical comedy, and comic operas.
Miss Violet Vanbrugh in As You Like It.
Miss Irene and Miss Violet Vanbrugh - full page photograph by Walery of Regent Street W. London.
Miss Angela Vanbrugh - Miss Violet Vanbrugh - Miss Irene Vanbrugh in The Tempter - Miss Irene Vanbrugh.
Mr Tree as Philip Woodville in the Charlatan - full page photograph by Hills and Saunders of Sloane Street SW. - info. Herbert Beerbohm Tree.
Mrs Tree as Isabel Arlington in The Charlatan - full page as above. info. nee Helen Maud Holt.
Shyok River and the Entrance to The Nubra Valley Western Tibet: The Caravan en Route for The Vanguard pass, The Earl of Dunmore - at The Fine Art Society Gallery.
July - Painting by A. Aublet Exhibited at The Grafton Gallery - nude ladies bathing at a riverside.
The Missing Boats by Frank Massey at Galer of RSBA.
Cattle in a Storm by Alfred Verwee at the Grafton Gallery.
Streatley a Painting by Max Ludby - bridge over river at Streatley Berks.
Elizabeth Farnese by Jean Ranc.
Portrait of a Boy by Sir Thomas Lawrence.
Portrait of a Lady in A Yellow Dress by Sir Peter Lely - not col.
Portrait of Mrs Clive by Allan Ramsay RA.
Perversity by Herman Richir.
Portrait of a Lady by Florence Marks.
On The Track of the Exile by Robert Morley: Wolves.
The Light Side of Nature: Otherwise Known as Uncles - full page sketch by Ernest Goodwins.
Full page sketch by E. F. Skinner.
A Gallant Capture - Full page cartoon by Rene Bull featuring policemen capturing a thief.
Full page comical sketch by Phil May.
At The Fancy Dress Ball by Stewart Browne - Full page.
Full page showing x3 adverts:
Carbolic Smoke Ball Reward - ¼page.
Lanoline; and Hindes Hair Curlers.
Wilson and Gill Jewellers - hp showing various items incl. Pearl brooch; Gold twist bangle; Owl brooch pin; Swallow brooch etc.
Plus adverts on the reverse: Hieratica writing paper - Howard Interiors - Mappin and Webb Plat Chest.
Scenes At An Irish Fair from Photographs by J. H. C. Chute of Ballinasloe - x8 photos on a full page.
A. F. Hill, Cardiff Football Club - info. Algernon Frank Hill a rugby player.
A drawing by Fannie Moody of a poodle and three other dogs for Ellimans Embrocation with endorsements by E. Dent Esq. of Short Hutt Tower at Belsay - Sir Marteine Lloyd of the Bronwydd Beagles J. C. Thornton Jagger Esq. Master of the Vale of Llangollen Beagles - E. H. Humphrey Esq. Master of the North Worcestershire Beagles - Reive - advert.
John Brinsmead and Sons Pianos - hp advert.
Mr J. Thackray Bunce JP of The Birmingham Daily Post.
Miss Elsie Irving as Germaine Miel in Les Cloches De Corneville.
The Fisher Farkoa Duettists - a drawing of the duo - info. Maurice Farkoa also Fysher.
Bovril Gives Strength - hp advert showing a man fighting a lion.
Adopted by John Bull - full page Brookes Soap Monkey Brand advert; John Bull with the monkey (holding a frying pan) on his knee.
Battersea's Varsity, A new Polytechnic: The Reading Room; The Electrical Laboratory - x2photos.
Full page of adverts: EtonSuits at Peter Robinson - Bensons Watches - Parisian Diamond Company - and more.
Hovis Bread £50 Reward - ¾page advert; along with Day and Martin polish; Scrubbs Ammonia; and smaller ads.
Our Ladies Page by Florence Fenwick Miller: Fashion, A Pretty Tea Jacket an Original Dinner Gown - Smart Walking Costume.
Invalids Reclining Chair - Wicker Bathe Chair - Adjustable Cane Lounge - The Canoe Perambulator.
A Talk with the Author of "Yellow Aster" - Mrs Mannington Caffyn.
Miss Esme Beringer.
Explanatory - Poem by MS.
Racing Notes by Captain Coe.
Through The Matabele War - a Chat With Mr R. T. Coryndon.
The Book and its Story - The Theatrical Work by William Archer.
A Novel in a Nutshell Lost Kisses, A Fragment - Short Story By Nora Vynne.
A Chat with The Misses Vanbrugh.
Hypnotism in Criminal Investigation by TH.
A Last Adieu - Play style short story by STS.
The Fisher Farkoa Duettists.
The World of Sport by Olympian - Football - Cricket - Cross Country.
Journals and Journalists of Today - Mr J. Thackray Bunce of the Birmingham Daily Post.
Playwright and Poet - Miss E. Nesbit - Edith Nesbit or Bland.
Our Ladies pages by Florence - info Florence Fenwick Miller was a Victorian journalist, feminist, educator, and suffragist.
Ref. sleekburnc. 2802
The Sketch was a British illustrated weekly magazine with a high photographic content, published between February 1893 and June 1959, by the Illustrated London News Company. It was primarily a Victorian society magazine with regular features on royalty and the aristocracy, theatre, sports and arts.
Twenty eight pages (56 sides). It measures 360 x 250 mm (14.25 x 9.75 "). The orig. Red bordered advertising wrap/cover is missing. The front page (frontispiece) is intact. The spine has binding witness marks where once bound. There is some age yellowing with some spotting. Some of the pages may be loose, and have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. The engravings/images vary in size. The images are in black and white unless otherwise stated. This item will be packaged in a tube. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.
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