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The Dairymaids by Alexander M. Thompson & Robert Courtneidge Featured John Hassall Print

The Dairymaids by Alexander M. Thompson & Robert Courtneidge

The Dairymaids by Alexander M. Thompson (9 May 1861- 25 March 1948)and Robert Courtneidge (29 June 1859 - 06 April 1939), with music by Paul Rubens and Arthur Frank Tours. First produced at the Apollo Theatre on 14th April 1906. The illustration shows the sailor Joe Mivens, a comic character, driving a car that is tied to a post so is unable to move. The caption below reads The Dairymaids Have Caught On'. This flyer is a souvenir of the 1250th performance show by the artist John Hassall. Robert Macdonalds Co. touring to the Opera House in Tunbridge Wells on 26th August 1907. Date: 1907

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

John Hassall Correspondence Art School brochure Featured John Hassall Print

John Hassall Correspondence Art School brochure

Front cover of a brochure for The John Hassall Correspondence Art School. Hassall was a leading illustrator and poster artist who established an art school in Kensington in the 1900s. It closed during the First World War but re-emerged as a correspondence school, based in St. Albans. Frequently advertised in magazines during the Great War promoting illustration as not only a way to earn some money, but as a relaxing pastime, especially for serving soldiers. Date: c.1920

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Suffragette Give Me a Vote Ceramic Featured John Hassall Print

Suffragette Give Me a Vote Ceramic

A wild-eyed suffragette dressed in the colours of the W.S.P.U - purple, white and green, waves a flag which reads, I Want a Vote'. The inscription on the base reads, Give me a Vote and See What I'll Do!'. Based on a design by John Hassall who was commisioned by the National League for Opposing Women's Suffrage in 1912 to produce posters and postcards for propaganda purposes. This ceramic figure was made by the enterprising firm of Schafer & Vater in Germany. Height 13cm. Date: circa 1912

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library