Grosvenor House, July 25th, 1916 : III Arts Womens' Employment Fund / by us, Philip Burne-Jones, Hassall.
- Additional Title(s):
III Arts Womens' Employment Fund
Three Arts Womens' Employment Fund
- London : St. Martin's Press ..., 1916.
- Physical Description:
-  pages : illustrations ; 15 x 25 cm
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsD638.G7 T4 1916+ OversizeAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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Souvenir produced for the luncheon of the Three Arts Women's Employment Fund held at Grosvenor House on July 25, 1916. The fund was created to provide work for artists unemployed as a consequence of war and was sufficiently worthy to attract attendance by Queen Alexandra that day.
With lighthearted illustrations and verse (in most cases, both) describing contemporary British notables, including a number of actors. The first two illustrations are signed by Burne-Jones; the rest by Hassall. The verse is apparently by Burne-Jones.
- Subject Terms:
- Artists -- Great Britain.Charities -- Great Britain.Grosvenor House (London, England)Three Arts Women's Employment Fund.World War, 1914-1918.
- Lady Paget
- Miss Elizabeth Asquith
- The Duke of Somerset
- Miss Lena Ashwell
- Mr. Henry Ainley
- Miss Gladys Cooper
- Lady Cunard
- Mme. Clara Butt
- Lady Tree --The Earl of Derby, K.G.
- The Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George, M.P.
- Miss Ethel Levey
- Mr. William Gillett
- Mrs. Lavery
- Sir George Frampton, R.A.
- Miss Lilian Braithwaite
- Mrs. Duggan
- Mr. Raymond Hitchcock
- Mr. Nelson Keys
- Mrs. Charles Hunter
- Miss Louise Dale
- Mr. Douglas Straight
- The Brothers Bru"US"h Censored