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July 1912

Lissie Caswell Smith's studio portrait of Michael Llewelyn Davies, dressed in fishing gear in anticipation of his forthcoming holiday in the Outer Hebrides, July, 1912. After Michael's death, Barrie had the photograph enlarged, with an idyllic Scottish background painted it. The resulting portrait was one of the most prominent features of Barrie's Adelphi study, and features in many photographs, as well as several portraits of Barrie in his inglenook. Retouched