Painting - "Poor Sick Billiken" watercolor
Painting - "Poor Sick Billiken" watercolor

Painting - "Poor Sick Billiken" watercolor

From Madison Historical Society

Date manufactured/created
circa 1915
Date manufactured/created
Curatorial Description
Doll with hat in front of an empty soda glass & medicine bottle titled "poor sick Billiken" & signed Urquart Wilcox.
One of three original, signed watercolors painted by Urquhart Wilcox to amuse his daughter Ethel (4/24/1905 -10/4/1944) when she was ill with pneumonia as a small child.  All three pictures are of her dolls. Upon her recovery she gave the pictures to her physician, Dr. Milo P. Rindge.
Urquhart was a nephew of George Augusta Willcox and the son of Daniel Hand Wilcox.
c. 1915,

H: 13 3/4" W: 9 3/4" sight; H: 14 3/4" W: 10 3/4" in frame.
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Measurement Types: Item (Overall)
Credit Line
signed Urquart Wilcox Donated by Dr. Mila Rindge
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