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    Arthur Wardle, The Lure of the North, 1912

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    • Molly Ledbetter

      Arthur Wardle painted a variety of animal subjects with equal skill but his work may be divided into two categories, domestic and exotic; animals from overseas including leopards, polar bears and tigers such as The Deer-Stealer (1915) were painted from sketches that he made atLondon Zoo.

    • Amy Davis

      The Lure of the North by Arthur Wardle. Mermaid and polar bears?!?!? Oh no you didn't! Love!

    • Ceanna Pins

      Arthur Wardle - Lure of the North - 1912 - Private Collection

    • Archibald Borges

      Arthur Wardle (English, 1860-1949). The Lure of the North

    • Iain

      The Lure Of The North, 1912 by Arthur Wardle (1864-1949)

    • Rebecca Greenwood

      The Lure Of The North by Arthur Wardle, Oil on canvas

    • Raevyn Wolfe

      Melusina Mermaid: Sedna, Inuit Goddess of the Sea

    • Andreea Filip

      Arthur Wardle - On the Lure of the North - 1912

    • Medieval Muse

      The Lure of The North, 1912 ~ Arthur Wardle

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