The collection contains prints of engravings by Margaret Bryan. The prints survive in varioussizes and mountings, some of which bear identifying marks and addresses on the back. The subjectsare: 'The Three Witches "Macbeth" 5/20' (MS 440/1); 'Fisherman 7/31' (MS 440/2); 'People watching astorm 7/20' (MS 440/3); 'Buildings and wasteland 1/12' (MS 440/4); 'Puppet 2/20' (MS 440/5); 'TheThree Witches "Macbeth" 5/20' (MS 440/6); 'Horse and Rider 2/12' (MS 440/7); 'The Agony in theGarden 1/50' (MS 440/8); untitled image of two people dancing (MS 440/9); 'Rainy Evening 2/12' (MS440/10); 'Three Masks 5/20' (MS 440/11); 'Actor and Masks 8/20' (MS 440/12); 'The Flight into Egypt6/20' (MS 440/13); 'The Deluge (detail) 5/21' (MS 440/14); 'Decorative Figure from the ceiling ofthe Sistine Chapel' after Michelangelo (MS 440/15); and 'The Crucifixion' 1/30 after El Greco (MS440/16). The date and history of the work is unknown.
Engravings by Margaret Bryan (1903-1988), artist, c.1930
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- ReferenceGB 159 MS 440
- Dates of Creation1930
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description1 portfolio
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Administrative / Biographical History
Margaret Bryan was an engraver who at times lived in Castle Road and Lucknow Avenue, MapperleyPark, Nottingham.
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The collection was acquired by The University of Nottingham's Department of Manuscripts in April1986.