Frank 'Pat' Patterson (b:1871 - d:1952)

Illustrator, artist & cyclist he worked for Temple Press Ltd from 1893 on publications such as Light Car, Cycling and from 1925 the Cycling Touring Club Gazette

An original pen & ink drawing titled

 

'Down in Devon Now'

 

by

Frank Patterson

dated 3rd of September 1948 and used in the October edition of the 'Light Car Magazine'.

The drawing features scenes from around Devon such as Salcombe, Inner Hope, Blackpool Forest and Thurlestone together with a coastline map.

Beautifully drawn and capturing the post war period with charm and skill.

 

priced at £325.00 inclusive of accompanying 1st Edition book

'The Art of Frank Patterson'

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'Leicestershire'

by

Frank 'Pat' Patterson

 

An original pen and ink drawing used in the May 1935 edition of

'Light Car Magazine'.

 

Marks as to time of submission and other details shown as discovered when the picture was dismantled for cleaning.

 

The picture features rider and horse together with automobile on 'Barnwick Hill in Market Harborough' and also a view of 'Charnwood Forest'.

 

Priced at £175.00

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Details of date, day and time the drawing was submitted prior to publication.

This first edition copy of

'The Art of Frank Patterson'

 

is included in the sale of the drawing above titled

'Down in Devon now'

 

It is signed and dedicated by the author Jim Willis and carries a note showing the provenance of the drawing together with inscription of the previous owner.

It has 150 sketches and drawings done by Frank Patterson and complied by Jim & Janet Willis for publication by the Cyclists Touring Club.

Details of the publication timetable, department responsible for payment

'Charge to Light Car Editorial'.

Date :  3/9/48

T.P.Ltd  (Temple Press Limited )

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Image size: width 12" x height 17.25"  ( 30cms x 44cms )

Frame size: width 17" x height 23.5"  ( 43cms x 60cms )

Image size: width 9" x height 12.5" ( 23cms x 32cms )

Frame size: width 13.75" x height 18" ( 35cms x 46cms )

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