|Publisher:||C. Arthur Pearson, Limited|
|Tags:||magic, non-fiction, performance arts|
The author describes simple 'magic' tricks that can be done with water. [Suggest a different description.]
|Comments:||part of the Art Latcham Memorial collection on Magic|
Author Bio for Pain, Arthur Wellesley
Arthur Wellesley Odell Pain (1871-1940) who wrote using the pseudonym, Arthur Ainslie, was an English magician. Pain was a follower and admirer of David Devant, a renowned illusionist. He favoured smaller tricks which he could perform with pet cats and dogs. His show was family-oriented and directed most of his act towards children. He published a book on his tricks, "Water Wizardry" (1922) and was a ghost writer for several other magicians popular in the early 20th century. He wrote a column in 'Magic Monthly' where he would propose a trick and then challenge his readers to accomplish the feat. (Magictricks.com)
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