Liss Llewellyn Fine Art - William Nicholson: Lord Kitchener, circa 1900

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William Nicholson:
Lord Kitchener, circa 1900

Unmounted (ref: 2622)

Lithographic reproduction of a hand-coloured woodcut, 10 x 9 1/8 in. (25.4 x 23 cm.)

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Published by William Heinemann
1900 (February)

This portrait may have been engraved in 1898, at the time of Kitchener's Sudan campaign. However, it does not seem to have been offered for sale until February 1900. Thirty or more impressions were taken from the block on which the portrait was engraved, and these were mounted on card and signed and dated 'William Nicholson 1900'. Advertisements for these hand-coloured woodcuts have not yet been traced, but the cuts were probably offered to members of the public at the same time as the lithographic reproductions (i.e., in February 1900).
The Lord Kitchener was reissued in Twelve Portraits (second series) in 1902.
An impression was shown at the Company of the Butterfly exhibition in November 1900 (no. 94).

Lithographic reproduction of a hand-coloured woodcut
Published by William Heinemann 1900 (February)

Lithographic reproductions of the Lord Kitchener cut, mounted on card, were advertised in the 24 February 1900 issue of the Athenaeum at 2s 6d each (6 shillings framed). The advertisement was repeated throughout March 1900.
The Lord Kitchener was reissued in Twelve Portraits (second series) in 1902.


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