A. E. Housman: A Sketch, Together with a List of His Writings and Indexes to His Classical Papers

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PORTRAITS
There is no painted portrait of Housman, though he appeared among the distinguished academic figures in Sir William Rothenstein's design for a memorial for members of the English Universities, exhibited at the Arts and Crafts Exhibition at Burlington House in 1916 (no. 542) but never executed. Seven drawings, however, were made of him. They are as follows.
i. By William Rothenstein 1906. Seated half-length, profile to R. National Portrait Gallery. ( The Portrait Drawings of William Rothenstein, no. 218. Repr.: W. Rothenstein, Men and Memories, ii p. 39.)
ii. By the same 1906. Head and shoulders, 3/4-face to R. Destroyed; see p. 23. (Ib. no. 219. Repr.: ib. plate xlvii.)
iii. By the same 1906. Seated half-length, profile to R. Trinity College, Cambridge. (Ib. no. 220.)
iv. By the same 1915. Head and shoulders, profile to L. Rutherston Collection, Manchester. (Ib. no. 403. Repr.: Twenty-four Portraits by William Rothenstein.)
v. By the same 1915. Head and shoulders, profile to L. Collection of Hugh Molson, Esq. (Ib. no. 464.)
vi. By R. M. Y. Gleadowe 1926. Head, 3/4-face to L. Trinity College, Cambridge.
vii. By Francis Dodd 1926. Seated 3/4-length to L. St John's College, Oxford. (Repr.: Frontispiece.)

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents xi
  • Plates xiii
  • A. E. H. 2
  • Portraits 58
  • Lectures 60
  • List of Writings 63
  • INDEXES TO THE CLASSICAL PAPERS 81
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