Untitled, 1892, pencil and crayon drawings, 7 x 9 in (17.8 x 22.9 cm), ART NOTATION: Image #1 is a drawing and letter framed on the verso and letter dated March 28th, 1892 is from Camille Pissaro, in Paris to his son Felix referencing Luciens' illness and progress. It is presumed that Felix and his wife were living in England at the time.
The drawing that appear on the front (image #2) the lower left of the letter is by Pissaro and quite possibly by the artist himself, In the framed image (Image #2) there 4 drawings and a letter. Upper left of Kew Gardens, England with the famed Palm house in the background. Pissaro makes reference in his letter to Felix where he asks Felix if he is" going to Kew " The lower left drawing is of" West Brompton Station, 3:00 . One of the images shown is a translation of Pissaro's letter.
The upper right drawing is in blue colored pencil and portrays the head of a child a child. The lower left is a portrait of an older man with glasses and long beard with two columns of numbers on the left side. PROVENANCE: From a private collection Philadephia, PA