Edward Lear in Public Collections & How Many Drawings Were There (Updated versions)

Edward Lear, Campagna di Roma (with swan and ruin), 1840. [Houghton Library]

Stephen Duckworth has kindly sent me updated versions of his two essays:

Edward Lear Works in Public Collections and in Other Collections Open to the Public (written with Rowena Fowler),

and

Edward Lear’s Landscape Drawings: How Many Were There?

We should also be looking forward to a new paper on Lear’s studio practice, to appear shortly.

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