Archibald Standish Hartrick

Toulouse-Lautrec

c.1933

Medium
Graphite, ink, charcoal and chalk on paper
Dimensions
Support: 248 x 190 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition
Purchased 1951
Reference
N05973

Catalogue entry

N05973 TOULOUSE-LAUTREC c. 1933
 
Inscr. ‘Henri de Toulouse de Lautrec-Monfa’ t.r.
Pencil and watercolour, 9 3/4×7 1/2 (25×19).
Purchased from Philip Connard (Grant-in-Aid) 1951.
Coll: Purchased by Philip Connard from the R.W.S. 1933.
Exh: R.W.S., winter 1933 (62); R.W.S., autumn 1950 (212).

The drawing was done from memory or from small sketches in the artist's notebook used in Paris and now owned by Vincent Lines. Another similar drawing signed ‘A. S. Hartrick’ is reproduced in the artist's autobiography A Painter's Pilgrimage..., 1939, facing p.92. Toulouse-Lautrec also figures in a drawing based on a contemporary photograph of the Atelier Cormon (where the two artists met) reproduced, loc. cit., facing p.48. Drawings done from memory of Gauguin and Van Gogh are reproduced in The Old Water-Colour Society's Club, XXI, 1943, pl.25.

Published in:
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, I

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