The Artist's Estate; Arthur Tooth & Sons, London
Note: Unlike many of Sickert's other followers and friends, Drummond was not an inhabitant of the Camden Town area, preferring to live and work further south in Chelsea. He shared his studio with his wife and fellow artist, Zina Ogilvie (1887-1931), who is best remembered for her woodcut illustrations to A General History of the Pirates (1925), edited by Sylvia Gosse's brother, Philip. She was also a talented musician and concert pianist, performing at the Wigmore Hall. Several portraits of her by Drummond are known and Sickert also depicted her in an informal sketch which he presented to Clive Bell who was known to have admired her.