Documents associated with: social events
Record 11 of 87
System Number: 13341
Author: [JW, Walter Greaves et al]
Repository: Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow
Call Number: GLAHA 46028
Document Type: Ms/AD
For a drawing
If I will if you will
Well good night
then sighed again
He's a damn liar
[p. 2] [drawing]
Dated from JW's association with Walter and Alice Greaves (see below).
2. [JW, Walter Greaves et al]
This appears to be partly a list and partly a game of consequences, with each phrase or sentence separated by folds. The writers, who appear to have been rather drunk, included JW ('If I will if you will') and Walter Greaves (1846-1930), boatman and painter [more]. The document may have been acquired with other work from Greaves by William Stephen Marchant (1868-1925), art dealer [more], and it was given to the Hunterian Art Gallery by Mrs Marchant.
Studies of a man's head and a crouching woman (M.360). These pencil sketches may have been by JW or Greaves, being similar to drawings by JW of Alice ('Tinnie') Fay Greaves (b. 1852), model [more], which are related to The Three Girls (YMSM 88).