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Design by Charles Buchel for a poster for Herbert Beerbohm Tree's production of Oliver Twist, signed and dated 1905
Design by Charles Buchel for a poster for Herbert Beerbohm Tree's production of Drake, signed, ca.1912
Sepia photograph of Herbert Beerbohm Tree in the role of Shylock in The Merchant of Venice. F.W.Burford. Circa 1908.
Costume design by E.W. Godwin for Jabez Greene in Storm-Beaten, 1883
Poster advertising Colonel Newcome at His Majesty's Theatre, London, 1906
Poster advertising Macbeth at His Majesty's Theatre, 1911, starring Herbert Beerbohm Tree and Violet Vanbrugh
Print entitled 'His Majesty's' depicting Herbert Beerbohm Tree, taken from Vanity Fair, 1911, Harry Beard Collection.
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.
French paste shoe buckle, Given originally to Miss Marie Lohr by Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree
glass lens mounted on a long handle, used by Beerbohm Tree in the title role of Nero, by Stephen Phillips, His Majesty's Theatre, 1906, given by Barry Jones and Maurice Colburne
Ivory fan with narrow widely spaced sticks, 'trompe-l'oeil' lace in ground and Rococo pastoral scenes, with unusual beading inset in guardsticks, given to Marie Lohr by Beerbohm Tree, probably French, possibly 1750s-60s
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".
Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree as Zakkuri, a Japanese Minister of State in 'The Darling of the Gods' by David Belasco and J. Luther Long, produced at His Majesty’s Theatre, London. Probably a design for a poster advertising the production. Charcoal and chinese white. Signed. By Charles Buchel. Great Britain. 1903.
Portrait sketches (from a set of 17 on 6 sheets) of John Lawrence Toole and Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree made during the sessions of the Parnell Special Commission at the Royal Courts of Justice, pencil drawing by Frederick Pegram, 1889.
Print, caricatures (20) of poets and their coteries by Sir Max Beerbohm. Colour process engravings published by William Heinemann Ltd., 1904.
Pair of spats
M, 1882, English; Honeysuckle wood, silver rondel, metale ferrule; owned by Max Beerbohm.
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.
Oil painting, Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree rehearsing 'Henry VIII' by William Shakespeare at His Majesty's Theatre, painted by Clare Atwood, 1910
Caricature of Aubrey Beardsley by Max Beerbohm, c.1894
Ring worn by Herbert Beerbohm Tree (1852-1917) as King John and Richard III. Metal and glass. Given by Barry Jones.
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.
Painting entitled "Herbert Beerbohm Tree as Othello in Othello by William Shakespeare", Charles Buchel, 1914.
Painting entitled "Herbert Beerbohm Tree as Shylock in The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare", Charles Buchel, 1914.
Herbert Beerbohm Tree (1853-1917) in the title role of Macbeth by William Shakespeare, His Majesty's Theatre 5 September 1911, oil on canvas 1914, by Charles Buchel (1872-1950).
Painting by Charles Buchel entitled "Herbert Beerbohm Tree as Mark Antony in Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare", 1914
Painting entitled "The 'Revenge' Leaving Plymouth to Meet the Armada" from Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree's production of 'Drake', Norman Wilkinson, 1912.
Painting entitled 'Herbert Beerbohm Tree as King John in King John by William Shakespeare'. Oil on canvas, framed and glazed. Charles Buchel, 1900.