Emilie Mediz-Pelikan

Karl Mediz in Ethnic Costume,


pencil and crayon drawing


Emilie Mediz-Pelikan (Vöcklabruck, Austria 1861-1908 Dresden)

The Artist's Husband, Karl Mediz, in Ethnic Costume


pencil and red crayon drawing 

45 x 36 cm (17½ x 14 in.)

dated and indistinctly inscribed lower right: "25 April 1906"


The Estate of the late David Fyfe-Jamieson (1954-2020)

David Fyfe-Jamieson (1954-2020) was educated at Radley College. With his friend Henry Wyndham, later chair of Sotheby's in London, he enrolled at the Sorbonne to learn French.  After a short spell in Australia, Fyfe-Jamieson went to South Africa where he worked for Wildenstein, eventually returning to London where he joined the Old Master Paintings Department of Sotheby's. He subsequently worked for Artemis Fine Art, a leading Old Master Art Consultancy. He eventually set up on his own in Dover Street, London, but closed it in 2000. He went on to reinvent himself as a cabinet maker in Shropshire, where he lived until he died in 2020.

The Daulton Collection