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Frank Craig (New York/England, 1874-1918) pencil, watercolor and ink on paper New York street scene illustration titled "To fight physically is part of the daily round of the average fragile pale indomitable New York woman". Signed and dated "1912" (partially covered) lower right margin, title, lower left margin. Max Rutherson London gallery label en verso. Housed in an ebonzied wood frame. Sight – 16" H x 9 1/2" W. Framed – 26 1/2" H x 20" W. Provenance: The Living Estate of Rita Whittle, Maryville, TN. Note: This illustration appeared with Arnold Bennett's "Your United States" in Harper's Monthly Magazine, April-November 1912. Biography: Frank Craig is known for magazine illustration, watercolor figure in landscape and portrait painting. CONDITION: MInor scattered foxing. Date partially covered by matte. Overall good condition.