- Dame Barbara Hepworth 1903–1975
- Oil paint, watercolour, crayon and graphite on paper
- Unconfirmed: 464 x 590 mm
- Accepted by HM Government in lieu of inheritance tax 2010 and allocated to Tate 2012
Not on display
Catalogue entryProjects for Waterloo Bridge 1947
Oil, crayon and pencil on paper
Each 464 x 590 (18 1/4 x 23 1/4)
On loan from the artist's estate to the Barbara Hepworth Museum, St Ives
J.P. Hodin, 'Portrait of the Artist, No. 27: Barbara Hepworth', Art News and Review, vol.2, no.1, 11 Feb. 1950, p.6
Herbert Read, Barbara Hepworth: Carvings and Drawings, 1952 section 5, unpag.
Alan Bowness, Barbara Hepworth: Drawings from a Sculptor's Landscape, 1966, p.21
Sally Festing, Barbara Hepworth: A Life of Forms, 1995, p.176
Displayed in the artist's studio, Barbara Hepworth Museum, St Ives
This is one of three drawings submitted by Hepworth for a competition for the commission of sculptures for the four corners of Waterloo Bridge in London. The circumstances of their production, their intended locations and their position within the artist's work are discussed at length under Project for Waterloo Bridge 1947 (Tate Gallery L00948).
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