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Doe and fawn (1930)

Elsie Marian Henderson

colour lithograph in beige, grey, green and dark green, on oriental paper

Prints and Drawings Department, British Museum, London

Doe and fawn (1930)

Photo credit: Trustees of the British Museum





Oriental paper

Physical Object Description:

Two deer lying on grass beneath foliage. Colour lithograph in beige, grey, green and dark green, on oriental paper, 1930. Signed, dated, titled and numbered 3/12.




21.5 x 31.5 cm

Accession Number:



Presented by the Contemporary Art Society, 1933

Ownership history:

Purchased by Campbell Dodgson (1867-1948) for the Contemporary Art Society, 1930; presented to the Prints and Drawings Department, British Museum, London, 1933


Animals (farm)
Elsie Marian Henderson, later Baroness de Coudenhove, studied at the South Kensington Schools (which later became the Royal College of Art) before studying at the Slade School of Fine Art (1903-1905). She continued her art education in Paris, between 1908 and 1912, attending the Académie Moderne, the Académie Colarossi and at Cercle Russe. In 1912 Henderson studied with Othon Friesz (1879-1949) before spending 1913 in Italy and then enrolled at the Chelsea Polytechnic, London (now Chelsea College of Arts) in 1916 where she was taught lithography by Francis Ernest Jackson (1872-1945). She became a frequent visitor to the London Zoo and animal drawings and paintings became a major theme of her work.

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