- Bronze on limestone base
- Object: 410 x 250 x 295 mm
- Presented by the Contemporary Art Society 1929
N04437 HEAD OF A GIRL 1925
Bronze, 12×9 1/2×10 (30×24×25).
Presented by the Contemporary Art Society 1929.
Coll: Purchased by the C.A.S. from the artist 1925.
Repr: C.A.S. Report 1925, 1926, frontispiece; Mortimer, 1926, pl.15 (the plaster); Tate Gallery Illustrations, 1928, pl.127; Earp, 1945, pl.10a, as ‘Cornucopia, Study’, 1926 (the plaster).
A study for the figure ‘Cornucopia’, a stone carving which belonged to Lord Ivor Spencer Churchill (repr. Earp, 1945, pl.11); the finished work is much more stylized. Another cast of N04437 was exhibited at the Leicester Galleries, March–April 1927 (20).
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, I