Two Cat Drawings by Steven Spurrier


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Date Unknown, Steven Spurrier 

Edition Number: n/a

One of the two drawings is signed.

A pair of charcoal drawings by Steven Spurrier (1878 – 1961). Cat licking its paw, the drawing on the left was exhibited at Louis Wain and the Summer Cat Show in 1999. Big Black Cat on the right, was exhibited in the same exhibition, and both these prints were sold by Chris Beetles gallery, and the labels are included on the back of the new frame.

Spurrier trained as a silversmith, but by 1900 he had retrained as an illustrator and worked for many magazines including The Graphic and The Radio Times. He first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1912 and became a full member in 1952.

The drawings are charcoal on tissue paper and have had conservation cleaning. They are in good condition, but show signs of their age. Both drawings are mounted in a single recondition frame, which has some light wear, but is in good condition and ready to hang.

Availability: In stock

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The frame is restored and as such has some imperfections. However, it is in good overall condition and ready to hang.

Image Size

Paper Size

Mount Window Size

158 x 107 mm

6.2 x 4.2 inches

Frame Size

522 x 254 mm

20.5 x 10.0 inches


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