c1909. Colour lithograph, text with monogram in image lower left, title in lower margin, 24.4 x 45.9cm. Slight creases, missing portions, stain and minor tears to margins. Text reads South China Morning Post.
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c1920s. Colour lithograph, publisher’s line above image, signed in image lower right, 28.7 x 65cm. Repaired tears lower left, minor creases to margins, old mount burn. Publisher’s line reads “No. 131. Copyright Lawrence & Jellicoe Ltd. 34 Henrietta St, Covent Garden, Lond., WC. J.L. Goffart, Printer, Brussels.”.....
c1920s. Drypoint, artist’s blind stamp and titled in ink in lower margin, 7.5 x 11.1cm. Blind stamp reads “Original drypoint etching by J. Francis Smith.”.
c1930. Colour linocut, annotated “no. 30”, titled and signed in pencil in lower margin, 19.1 x 22.7cm.
1966. Charcoal, pen and ink, watercolour and gold paint, title and date “Feb. 1966” in Chinese with artist’s stamp lower left, 39.3 x 34.8cm. Slight foxing, mount burn.
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c1920s. Hand-coloured woodcut, initialled in block centre right, titled and signed in pencil in lower margin, 18.6 x 47.7cm. Soiling to margins. During the interwar period from 1919 to 1925, a Danish humanitarian committee was involved in relocating approximately 20,000 to 30,000 children from Vienna to Denmark to help disadvantaged...
1936. Colour woodcut, artist’s chop in block lower right, titled in Japanese in ink in right margin, dated in pencil verso, 16.2 x 26.2cm.