Study of a Young Woman
Henry Holiday (1839-1927)
chalk on paper
10.25 x 7.5 inches
signed, inscribed 'Miss Lichfield'
The Maas Gallery, London
Henry Holiday was a socialist and a Pre-Raphaelite, a friend of Morris and Rossetti’s. After Burne-Jones left Powell’s glassworks to work for Morris, Holiday became the chief designer of stained glass there. He was a delicate draughtsman in red chalks.
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