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Figural Work, 1904 - 1921

 Sub-Series — Multiple Containers

Scope and Contents

Figural Work is organized into five groups: Family Members; Caricature and Portraiture; Full-length Figures; Faces and Heads; Nudes; and Scenes with Figures. Family Members chiefly consists of members of Fraser's immediate family. Caricature and Portraiture contains caricatures and portraits of Fraser's contemporaries and historic persons. Faces and Heads and Full-length Figures contain studies of people and costumes, including six silhouettes of women in nineteenth century dress that may be by Fraser or his mother. Nudes contain both portraits and general studies of nudes. Scenes with Figures contains groups of figures in an environment which usually include a caption.


  • Creation: 1904 - 1921

Conditions Governing Access

The Claud Lovat Fraser and Grace Crawford Fraser collection is the physical property of Special Collections Department, Bryn Mawr College Library. Copyright belongs to Bryn Mawr College.

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