Marion Adnams

ARTIST

Adnams, Marion

1898 – 1995

Napoleon III disliked the portrait of him drawn by Gill. In December 1867, La Lune was censored. “La Lune will have to undergo an eclipse,” an authority commented to Editor Francis Polo when the ban was instituted, unwittingly dubbing Polo’s subsequent publication: L’ƒclipse, which made its first appearance on 9 August 1868. Gill would contribute caricatures to this successor of La Lune as well.

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Marion Adnams

ARTIST

Adnams, Marion

1898 – 1995

Napoleon III disliked the portrait of him drawn by Gill. In December 1867, La Lune was censored. “La Lune will have to undergo an eclipse,” an authority commented to Editor Francis Polo when the ban was instituted, unwittingly dubbing Polo’s subsequent publication: L’ƒclipse, which made its first appearance on 9 August 1868. Gill would contribute caricatures to this successor of La Lune as well.

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A two part design for a Nautical Mural, 1930’s
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Study for The Twins, 1955
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Study of a variagated croton leaf, early 1930’s
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Medusa Grown Old, 1947

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Study of Lilies, 1930’s
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Study of Morning Glory (Ipomoea species), circa 1930
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Fishing Gear, Sark, 1953