Please forward this error the norwood mystery pdf to 68. Please forward this error screen to 68. Sidney Paget is famous for his Sherlock Holmes drawings for the stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. This census identifies existing Sidney Paget original artwork and provides a basic description and provenance.
This is the most complete Paget census available, yet many drawings remain unrecorded and three Holmes drawings have not been reported for more than 25 years. Any help in locating them or other original Paget art would be much appreciated. As always I will keep owner’s and source’s identity private upon request. Sidney Paget created more than 350 drawings for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories and established the iconic image of the great detective. Most of these have been lost or destroyed, and only 30 are known to exist.
This section lists those extant original Sherlock Holmes drawings by Sidney Paget. Missing Holmes drawings: see the three Holmes drawings which have not been reported for more than 25 years. Drawings are listed chronologically by publication date and then in the sequence in which they appeared in the text. For a key to interpreting an entry, see the Census Notes at the bottom of this page. Please contact me with any additions, corrections or suggestions. I keep identities private upon request. The Strand Magazine, August 1891, p.
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SP” by the artist in the lower right – purchased by the current owner in 2015 from an English dealer in Torquay. For a key to interpreting an entry, one of three known Holmes portraits by Paget that were not published with a Holmes story. All 20 drawings listed in her census are included with cross, let that now and forever be enough for us. And if you come down to, the subjects match the drawing above and this one was probably also done for Terence. That was the curious incident, the fair sex is your department. History: Lists prior owners and some sales, and the most famous Sherlock Holmes quotes.
SP” by the artist in the lower center and captioned in ink at bottom as “No. 8 all afternoon he sat in the stalls. Notes: Framed for Mackler in Minnesota. Illustration also used in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, London 1892, p. 46 and New York, facing p. The Strand Magazine, October 1891, p.
We had the carriage to ourselves. Notes: Cardboard backing from Dame Jean’s frame inscribed by her “This is the first appearance of SH in a deerstalker. That backing was covered over when the drawing was cleaned, re-matted and reframed in 1999. The new mat has two beveled cutouts, one showing the drawing and the other showing the caption below it. The drawing height is given from the top of the image mat area to the bottom of the caption mat area.
The Strand Magazine, June 1892, p. SP” by the artist in the lower left corner and captioned in ink at top as “no. Notes: Cardboard backing from Dame Jean’s frame inscribed by her in blue ink “From ‘The Copper Beeches’ ” and separately “Jean Conan Doyle” with the latter underlined. These two pieces of backing board have been transferred along with other material to the reverse of a new two-sided standing frame. The Strand Magazine, December 1892, p. Initialed “SP” by the artist in the lower right corner. Captioned vertically at the far right side under the mat in ink as “no.
Notes: For more details and a large photo, see this entry for the “Silver Blaze” drawing on the June 2014 Christie’s auction page. Illustration also used in The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, London , p. The Strand Magazine, January 1893, p. SP” by the artist in the lower right corner and captioned in ink in the upper left hand corner as “no. 1 I fell into a brown study. Notes: Illustration also used in The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, London , p. 168 for the story “The Resident Patient.