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Caricature drawing of William Archer, by Max Beerbohm, showing Archer with a butterfly net and wheel in reference to Henry Arthur Jones' version of Ibsen's play A Doll's House entitled Breaking the Butterfly, dated 18 December 1900.
Caricature drawing of William Archer and Arthur Wing Pinero, by Max Beerbohm, showing Archer placing a laurel wreath on Pinero's shoulders, ca.1900.
Carcicature drawing of William Archer, by Max Beerbohm, showing Archer as a mermaid, dated 20th January 1899.
Caricature of C.P.Little by Sir Max Beerbohm
Sir Max Beerbohm. Original drawing for caricature portrait appearing in "The Sketch", volume 22, 18 May 1898. Mr. Robert Hichens [sic], illustration on page 136 of "The Sketch", reproduced as Plate 27 in "Max's Nineties", London, 1958. On the back, two portrait sketches. Pen and ink.
Sir Max Beerbohm. Original drawing for caricature portrait appearing in "The Sketch", volume 22, 18 May 1898. Mr J. Richepin, the author of "Ragged Robin".
Print, caricatures (20) of poets and their coteries by Sir Max Beerbohm. Colour process engravings published by William Heinemann Ltd., 1904.
Dinner suit consisting of a jacket, waistcoat and trousers of barathea, England, 1928
Pair of spats
Costume designed in 1929 by George Sheringham for Phyllis in Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera Iolanthe, performed by D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.
M, 1882, English; Honeysuckle wood, silver rondel, metale ferrule; owned by Max Beerbohm.
Man's top hat, grey silk plush, with a woollen band and satin lining, made by Lock & Co., London, England, ca. 1930s-1960s
Design for the stage setting of the light opera Midsummer Madness by Clifford Bax, George Sheringham, 1924
Bust of Ivor Novello as Lord George Hell in The Happy Hypocrite by Clemence Dane and Richard Addinsell, from the story by Max Beerbohm, His Majesty's Theatre, April 8th 1936. Bronze casting.
Caricature of Aubrey Beardsley by Max Beerbohm, c.1894
The Insurgence of Youth by Max Beerbohm, pencil and watercolour, Britain, 1924.
Caricature of Professor Rothenstein by Sir Max Beerbohm, Britain, 1924.
Poster, 'Modern Society' by Max Beerbohm, British.
Lounge suit consisting of a jacket, trousers, waistcoat of tweed, and flower, Great Britain, 1918-1920