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Parkin Gallery NII (Japan) ISNI Library of Congress/NACO Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute] National Library of Australia National Library of Ireland

Parkin Gallery (London) German National Library

VIAF ID: 130158143 (Corporate)


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The Artists of the Yellow book & the circle of Oscar Wilde : 5 October to 4 November 1983. National Library of Ireland Library of Congress/NACO
The Café Royalists; an exhibition of Café Royal artists, Parkin Gallery, September 20-October 14, 1972 [and] The Café Royal, October 18-November 8, 1972. Library of Congress/NACO
Charles Mahoney : a tribute on the occasion of a memorial exhibition 1st-25 October 1975 at the Parkin Gallery, 11 Motcomb Street, London, S.W. 1 ... and 6th November-7th December 1975, the Ashmolean Museum Oxford Library of Congress/NACO
Four for Whistler: an exhibition of works by the pupils of James Abbott McNeill Whistler: Mortimer Menpes, Walter Richard Sickert, and Henry Walter Greaves, April 26 until May 31, 1972, Parkin Gallery. Library of Congress/NACO
Lowes Dalbiac Luard, 1872-1944 : [catalogue of an exhibition held] 17 February-19 March 1977, [at the Parkin Gallery]. Library of Congress/NACO
The mark of Whistler : James McNeill Whistler's influence on graphics : an exhibition of etchings and lithographs, Michael Parkin Fine Art Ltd., 5th April-12th May 1979. Library of Congress/NACO
More cats of fame and promise; an exhibition, Parkin Gallery, December 4th until 29th, 1973. Library of Congress/NACO
A Salute to Marcel Boulestin and Jean-Emile Laboureur : an exhibition of artists associated with the Restaurant Boulestin at the Restaurant Boulestin, 25 Southampton Street, London WC2, May 20-June 5, at the Parkin Gallery, 11 Motcomb Street, London SW1, June 10-July 3. Library of Congress/NACO
The Sickert women and the Sickert girls: Walter Sickert with Thérèse Lessore, Sylvia Gosse, Wendela Boreel, Marjorie Lilly [and] Christiana Cutter Library of Congress/NACO
Three on holiday at Rye 1913 : a group of post impressionists, Lucien Pissarro, James Bolivar Manson, James Brown, 19th March to 19th April 1980, Parkin Gallery ... London, and a representative selection, 3rd May to 8th June, 1980, Rye Art Gallery ... Rye (079733218) Library of Congress/NACO
Walter Bayes, 1869-1956 : [catalogue of an exhibition of paintings, water-colours and drawings, held] 16 March-9 April 1978 [at] Michael Parkin Fine Art Ltd., 11 Motcomb Street, London S.W. 1. Library of Congress/NACO
Walter Greaves, 1846-1930, & the Goupil Gallery : paintings, drawings, & etchings : 18 January-17 February, 1984. Library of Congress/NACO
Walter Sickert, c1992: National Library of Ireland Library of Congress/NACO

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