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Heads of two girls of contrasting appearance. Drawing by M. Bishop, 1967.

  • Bishop, Mary, active approximately 1955-1975.
Date
Aug. 67 [August 1967]
Reference
2871566i
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Description

Clementine has her hair in ringlets and has a pointed chin, while Mary has straight hair and a round face

Publication/Creation

[Netherne, Surrey], Aug. 67 [August 1967]

Physical description

1 drawing : pencil ; sheet 55.7 x 45.7 cm

Lettering

Clementine and me aged about 10. Clementine was very beautiful, was descended from Charles II, had everything, was given everything. I was Pam Plain, and was isolated, trampled, or tormented and tortured. I was good, she was bad, but I was punished. Bishop Aug. 67

Creator/production credits

Executed by Mary Bishop at Netherne Hospital in Surrey, with support from Edward Adamson

Lettering note

The subject, the name of the artist and the date are inscribed by Edward Adamson on the verso

Reference

Adamson Collection/Wellcome Library no. 2871566i

Notes

This work is untitled; the title has been supplied by the cataloguer for identification purposes.

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  • English


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