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Notes : This drawing shows Holmes disguised as an Italian priest. Willy Werby from John Howell Books in Notes : Re-matted and re-framed for the owner. Description : Original wash and pencil on board dimensions unknown. No details available on caption, but probably initialed "SP" by the artist in the lower right corner.

History : Owned by the Paget family in Purchased by the current owner many years ago. Notes : This scene is described in the matching leaf from the Hound of the Baskervilles manuscript H Illustration also used in The Hound of the Baskervilles , London , p. PAGET" in the lower left corner and captioned by the artist in pencil as " a hound it was, an enormous hound [illegible] Baskerville. There is also an arrow pointing from right to left, and the text "Frontes. History : E. Guymon, Jr. The official donation of the painting is recorded as Notes : Framed with a clear glass backing in order to see Paget's instructions on the back of the drawing.

Photo courtesy of Occidental College. Paget children of Sidney Paget, sold by J. Description : Original watercolor approx. History : Purchased by the current owner in from Douglas Wilmer. Notes : Unlike other Holmes illustrations, the caption is based on a chapter title rather than text from a story. History : Edgar W. Constantine Rossakis purchased in Notes : A desperate client interrupts Holmes and Watson at their breakfast able in B.

Drawing details based only on published reports. Initialed "SP" by the artist in the lower left portion, with "Three students 2 'with his neck craned' " written in pencil script at the right base of the drawing. Constantine Rossakis purchased in May via Peter L. Stern as agent. Description : Original wash drawing 10 x 9 inches. No details available on a caption, but initialed "SP" by the artist at lower left.


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Notes : The owner describes this drawing as "more painterly than most of his [Paget's] illustrations. Marginal notes of " Wh? Description : Original ink and wash drawing, heightened with white 6 x 8 in. Notes : One of three known Paget portraits of Holmes that were not published with a Holmes story, this drawing was reportedly torn in half by the artist and the top portion recovered by his wife from a waste-paper basket. Photo courtesy of Sidney Paget's granddaughter.

History : Norman L. Constantine Rossakis from Sotheby's December Notes : Description based only on published reports. One of three known Holmes portraits by Paget that were not published with a Holmes story. The drawing appears as the frontispiece to all three volumes of The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes , and that might be the first reproduction outside of a dealer or auction catalog. Not published with any Holmes story. Dictionary of Literary Biography , v. Mounted, framed, and glazed. Notes : One of three known Holmes portraits by Paget that were not published with a Holmes story see above.

Hime first reproduced this drawing in his catalog, and this was reprinted in the Dictionary of Literary Biography: British Mystery Writers, Hime's catalog describes the drawing as framed in oak, with velvet matting and an engraved plate. That seems to match its appearance when owned by Green, with the plate identifying the drawing as "Sidney Paget Portrait of Sherlock Holmes While Paget is best-known for his Holmes drawings, he also created illustrations for a number of other stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Unless noted, images are from the first publication and NOT the original drawing. Please contact me with any additions, corrections or suggestions. Initialed "SP" by the artist in the lower right corner, with no caption or marginalia on front. Upper left corner blank with ink border on two edges to accommodate Strand Magazine text block.

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Pencil notes on back suggest it was mounted for Conan Doyle while he lived at Undershaw , and include possible inventory or accession numbers as " — 57 76 — 87 — Notes : Not in the London or Philadelphia first editions. No details available on any caption, but signed by the artist as "S. Original drawing by Sidney Paget," but this is probably not Conan Doyle's handwriting. Kittle circa Notes : Reported as glazed and in a black frame in , but not framed nor matted in Description : Original wash and pencil drawing, signed "S.

Paget was a prolific illustrator, and his work appeared in many periodicals, including The Strand Magazine , the Sphere , the Graphic , the Illustrated London News , and the Pall Mall Magazine as well as for many of Cassell's publications. PAGET" by the artist in the lower left corner.

Published caption if any unknown; image description from Ted Schulz. Not in the London book edition. Photo courtesy of Ted Schulz.

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Description : Original wash drawing. PAGET" by the artist in the lower right quadrant. Notes : Matted and held in a simple wooden frame with glass front. The subjects match the drawing above and this one was probably also done for Terence. Bold caption from writing on drawing; published caption TBD.

PAGET" by the artist in the lower left portion. Notes : Please contact me if you know the location of this drawing. Description based only on published reports [not seen]. Probably appeared serially in or Bold caption from book edition. Reproduced in Terence , London , p. This image is from the second edition. Description : Wash drawing approximately 14 x 10 inches of a police constable with a lantern finding a body sprawled across stairs.

Notes : For The Red Triangle bibliographical details, see the notes below with the first confirmed drawing for that story. Photo from catalog. This drawing is captioned "The Red Triangle," and the chapter "The Affair of Samuel's Diamonds" includes the passage "just before midnight last night, near the York column, where a police-constable found the dead body of a man lying on the stone steps," which matches the drawing's subject as shown above.

However, the illustration does not appear in several different bound volumes that I've checked of the Harmsworth London Magazine. I think this drawing served as the frontispiece for the November issue on an un-numbered page that often got discarded with advertising front-matter when bound. If you have access to a copy of the November issue Vol.

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Besides immediately before the beginning of the story, it might have appeared across from that issue's table of contents or even at some other place among the advertisements. Please contact me to help clear up a few points. And if you have an original unbound copy of this issue, send me email even if you cannot find the illustration since this would conclusively disprove my tentative identification. The [Harmsworth] London Magazine , November , p. Description : Original pencil, ink and wash approx.

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History : Purchased by the current owner in from Douglas Wilmer. Notes : Unlike other Holmes illustrations, the caption is based on a chapter title rather than text from a story. History : Edgar W. Constantine Rossakis purchased in Notes : A desperate client interrupts Holmes and Watson at their breakfast able in B.

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Drawing details based only on published reports. Initialed "SP" by the artist in the lower left portion, with "Three students 2 'with his neck craned' " written in pencil script at the right base of the drawing. Constantine Rossakis purchased in May via Peter L. Stern as agent. Description : Original wash drawing 10 x 9 inches. No details available on a caption, but initialed "SP" by the artist at lower left.

Notes : The owner describes this drawing as "more painterly than most of his [Paget's] illustrations. Marginal notes of " Wh?