Hodgkins, Frances Mary, 1869-1947 :Diagram showing that two of a family are not necessarily alike. [ca 1893]
- 1892 - 1894
- Hodgkins, Frances Mary, 1869-1947
Humorous portrait of two women, probably intended to be the artist and her sister Isabel, showing a tall thin woman and a short fat woman, both in their street clothes, with umbrellas
In his 'Portrait of Frances Hodgkins', Eric McCormick reproduces this picture (p.20) with a commentary from a letter by Frances' sister Isabel saying 'Poor Fan' had the idea she was too fat and had decided to 'bant' [go on a diet]. 'It is rather absurd one sister trying all she can to get stout & the other trying to get thin'
Quantity: 1 drawing(s).
Physical Description: Pencil 201 x 119 mm
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- Hodgkins, Frances Mary, 1869-1947 :[Sketchbook. ca 1890]
- 1 drawing(s), Works of art, Pencil works, Portraits, Self-portraits, Pencil 201 x 119 mm
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