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Hail Britannia. Peter Melonas Peter Melonas
   
Sherlock Holmes is mentioned smoking a clay pipe sometimes, it's referred to as a'black'clay pipe. Doyle has Holmes smoking the clay most often; six stories have him puffing away, when in a pensive mood. While there were, pipes made of black clay, it is likely his pipe was originally white clay, and became blackened with heavy use. Holmes uses a piece of hot coal from the fireplace to light the pipe which could be expected to darken a white pipe. He smoked a black clay pipe and an old English briar pipe. Arthur Conan Doyle's writings mentions Holmes smoking three kinds of pipes: a black or dirty, oily clay pipe; an old briar; and a long Cherrywood. A curved pipe for Holmes because it allows one to speak while smoking the pipe, as the leverage is better: a straight-stemmed pipe puts strain on the teeth, making clear speech on the stage nearly impossible and requires the hands to move toward the face to hold it.
Hail Britannia
Art by Independent Artists,  Digital Art,  Digital Prints
Author: Peter Melonas
27.9 x  43.2 cm  /   11 x  17 in
Themes: Books, Comics  /   Origin: Arts of North America  /   Genre: Pop Art  /   Authenticity / Provenance: Reproduction, Copy  /   Artists types: Independant artists  /   Period: Contemporary  /  
 
Posted: july 4, 2020 / Modified: july 5, 2020
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Peter Melonas
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Cordova, United States
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