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Claude Allin Shepperson (1867-1921) - Pen & Ink Drawing, John Hodge


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A satirical illustration of the labour politician John Hodge (1855-1937). Signed with initials and inscribed to the reverse. On laid.


The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration.


22.8 x 36.9cm (9" x 14.5")
Sheet: 25.8 x 40.2cm (10.2" x 15.8")

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Artist Biography

Painter, etcher and illustrator, born in Beckenham, Kent. He started out intending to be a lawyer but changed to art and attended Heatherley's furthering his studies for two years in Paris where he shared lodgings with Giffard Lenfesty. He soon began to exhibit landscapes and social scenes in a variety of media at leading societies in London and provincial centres. Later, he concentrated on etching and lithography and illustrated books and periodical. Most of his humorous work appeared in Punch, during the period 1905-20, with an increasing emphasis on elegant members of high society. His work was also reproduced in the magazine Black & White. A member of the London Sketch Club and the Langham Sketch Club, he acted as a tutor for Percy Bradshaw’s Press Art School.

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Code rf938
Artist Claude Allin Shepperson (1867-1921)
Date Late 19th Century
Dimensions 22.8 x 36.9cm
Medium Pen and Ink
Style Illustration Art
Subject Illustration
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