- Charles Conder 1868–1909
- Oil paint on canvas
- Support: 457 x 610 mm
frame: 592 x 752 x 43 mm
- Presented by Mrs Jessop in memory of W.H. Jessop 1928
Not on display
N04411 SWANAGE BAY c. 1901
Inscr. ‘Conder’ b.l.
Canvas, 18×24 (46×61).
Presented by Mrs Jessop in memory of W. H. Jessop 1928.
Coll: As for No.4407.
Lit: Gibson, 1914, p.49, repr. pl.26; Rothenstein, 1938, p.259, repr. facing p.129.
A view of the bay looking out towards Bournemouth.
A ‘Swanage Bay’ was lent by Charles H. Moore to the Twenty Years of British Art exhibition held at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, 1910. Two paintings entitled ‘Swanage Bay’ were lent to the Tate Gallery retrospective exhibition, 1927. One belonged to Morton H. Sands (No.88, 14 3/4×19 3/4 in.), the other to Geoffrey Blackwell (No.93, 19 1/2×23 1/2 in.).
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, I
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