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  • Harry Sneed

    Art, posters and prints of a woman or women reading repinned by

  • Cluisanna

    fleurdulys: “Ursula Bloom on the Promenade at Walton-on-the-Naze - Charles Buchel 1932 ”

  • Barbara Ford

    Ursula Bloom on the Promenade at Walton-on-the-Naze (1932). Charles Buchel (British, 1872-1950). Buchel is best remembered for having painted many of the stage stars of his era, including Lily Langtry, Henry Irving and George Alexander. Ursula Bloom (1892-1984). Writer of romantic novels. Published over 500 books in her lifetime. Her first book, Tiger, privately printed, was written when she was 7 years old. She was encouraged to write by a well-known author of the time Marie Corelli.

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