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MARKS, Henry Stacy (1829-1898). Artist.
Autograph Letter Signed to Millias (possibly John Guille, son of John Everett), 1 page 8vo (traces of former mounting), 17 Hamilton Terrace, St John's Wood, 13 April 1892. Praising Millais' verses.
'... did you choose to turn your thoughts in another direction, you could be as good a poet as you are a painter! "Nay do not think I flatter" ...'
On the back is a page of poetry in pencil ?in Millais's hand.
'... In birth & death & death & birth
and marriages between this
The living who upon the EarthWhat is, & what has been, & is...'

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