Evie Hone

The Crucifixion

1948

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Artist
Evie Hone 1894–1955
Medium
Leaded glass
Dimensions
Unconfirmed: 394 x 508 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition
Presented by Derek Hill 1948, accessioned 1981
Reference
T03238

Not on display

Catalogue entry

T03238 THE CRUCIFIXION 1948

Not inscribed.

Stained glass, 15 1/2×20 (39×51).
Presented by Derek Hill 1948.
Coll: Purchased by the donor from the Dawson Gallery, Dublin, 1948.
Exh: Arts Council, University College, Dublin, July–September 1958 (91, repr. pl.5); Arts Council Gallery, January 1959 (15, repr. pl.3).

The composition may have been suggested by drawings of sixteenth-century carved stones at Cashel made by the artist about 1941 and included in the Arts Council exhibition, 1959 (85 and 89). Two preparatory sketches in gouache for ‘The Crucifixion’ belong to Derek Hill and Dr R. R. Woods (the latter lent to the 1959 Arts Council exhibition, No.62).

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

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