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A01071 [from] MISCELLANEOUS DRAWINGS, MOSTLY SKETCHES FOR ‘WUTHERING HEIGHTS’ [A01064-A01073]
Presented by Mrs F. Samuel, Mrs E. Bishop and Michel H. Salaman through the Contemporary Art Society 1941.
Coll: As for N05418.
(viii) Recto: CATHERINE THE YOUNGER AND HARETON
Verso: STUDY OF COWS
Verso inscr. ‘No.22’ t.l.
Recto in pen, blue ink and brown wash, 9×6 7/8 (23×17·5); verso in pencil.
An illustration to Chapter 30. Hareton is taking down books for Catherine, who holds out her dress to receive them. Another study of her figure is reproduced in The Slade, 1893–1907, ed. by John Fothergill, 1907, pl.37.
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, I