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THE FIVE-SHILLING MAN AS VISUALISED BY G. E. STUDDY

... THE FIVE-SHILLING MAN AS VISUALISED BY G. E. STUDDY The following, according to Dr. Thomas Lawson, are all the ingredients of the body of an average man of 10 stone Ten gallons of ivater enough fat for seven bars of soap; carbon for 9,000 lead pencils; ...

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... ANTI-CLIMAX-- by DENNIS MALLET. FISHING FOR STARS --by UNK WHITE. IDIOT'S DELIGHT-- by G. E. STUDDY. V! SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS-- by G. E. STUDDY. OUR STORIES. If COME AND DINE WITH ME by MARGUERITE STEEN, Author of Matador, Who Would Have ...

Published: Friday 25 November 1938
Newspaper: The Sketch
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 455 | Page: 12 | Tags: Illustrations  Other 

A LITERARY LETTER: Some Letters of Thackeray

... Lucky Dip. Illustrated and mixed by G. E. Studdy. The Bran. By George Jellicoe. 2s. 6d. net. Puppy Tails. Drawn by G. E. Studdy. Told by George Jellicoe. 2s. 6d. net. A Box of Tricks. Invented a d drawn by G. E. Studdy. Explained by George Jellicoe. 2s. 6d ...

Published: Saturday 22 March 1924
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2356 | Page: 30 | Tags: Illustrations  Review 

A ROSE OF DECEMBER

... and White. Among the Artists represented are John Hassall, Lewis Baumer, Lawson Wood, Harry Rountree, L. A. Barribal, G. E. Studdy, Frank Gillett, Philip Baynes, H. C. Sandys, George Morrow, Norman Morrow, A. K. Macdonald, and Chas. Crombie. DRAMATIC AND ...

Published: Saturday 25 December 1909
Newspaper: Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 131 | Page: 26 | Tags: Illustrations 

FRUITY FABLES

... FRUITY FABLES. NO. II.-- MAJOR RADISH TROTS OUT A FEW. DRAWN BY G. E. STUDDY. FRUITY FABLES. NO I. MISS PINEAPPLE ANNOUNCES HER ENGAGEMENT TO MR. CHUNK. DRAWN BY G. E. STUDDY. ...

Published: Thursday 01 December 1938
Newspaper: The Sketch
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 32 | Page: 36, 37 | Tags: Graphic  Illustrations 

The Studdy of the Studdy Dogs

... The Studdy of the Studdy Dogs. THE ARTIST WHO HAS MADE THE WORLD LAUGH MR. G. E. STUDDY, A PORTFOLIO OF WHOSE DOG STUDIES THE SKETCH PUBLISHES ON MAY 18. Sketches by G. E. Studdy. Portrait Study by Bertram Park rea Studdy is the artist whose genius has helped ...

Motley Notes

... ARTIST AS THE GUEST OF HONOUR OF THE SOCIETY OF JEWISH ARTISTS MR. G. E. STUDDY-- AND BONZO. Bonzo recently made an appearance at the Society of Jewish Artists, for Mr. G. E. Studdy was the guest of honour. Our snapshot shows the popular Sketch artist ...

HOLLY LEAVES

... Craft, Sir drawn by Scott Orr Learner's Repose by G. E. Studdy In Praise of Ale 17th-century verses illus trated by J. Turner Famous Women in History by Will Owen Mistletoe Make-up by G. E. Studdy The Milk Bar in the Hunting Field by Frank R. Grey Coaches ...

Published: Wednesday 08 December 1937
Newspaper: The Sketch
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 292 | Page: 62 | Tags: Illustrations 

ANGLING: THE HUMOUR OF IT

... work of Mr. H. T. Sheringham, assisted with Symptoms from the pencil of Bonzo-- I beg pardon, I should have said Mr. G. E. Studdy. But I take immediate exception to the title. Despite Mr. Studdy s delicious drawing of the infant gazing at the bowl of ...

The Clubman: The Care of Sir Claude

... hostess. NEICMO!tOME TO TNE Mbb! BOUND FOR THE LONDON SKETCH CLUB BALL ON FEBRUARY 24 TWO JOLLY YOUNG STUDDY DOGS. Mr. G. E. Studdy, the famous dog artist, whose work appears each week in The Sketch, is this year's President of the London Sketch Club, ...

Published: Wednesday 08 February 1922
Newspaper: The Sketch
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1429 | Page: 14 | Tags: Illustrations 

SOME OF THE CHRISTMAS NUMBERS FOR 1912

... bright scheme of a boy with toys in the centre. Here also we have much admirable colour-print ing from such artists as G. E. Studdy, Gilbert Holiday, Harold C. Earnshaw, and a very fine double-page entitled High Stakes by Francis Barraud. Among the stories ...

Published: Saturday 14 December 1912
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1056 | Page: 38 | Tags: Illustrations 

PICTURES IN THE FIRE

... not have any room for talking huntin' this week. The printer has put down the portcullis THEY'LL NEVER BELIEVE ME By G. E. Studdy in Winter's Pie The Christmas Number of Printers' Pie, which is happily called Winter's Pie, is in every way up to the ...