James Dickson Innes

Bozouls, near Rodez

1908

Medium
Graphite and watercolour on paper
Dimensions
Support: 349 x 457 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition
Purchased 1922
Reference
N03660

Catalogue entry

N03660 BOZOULS, NEAR RODEZ 1908
 
Inscr. ‘J D Innes 08’ b.l.
Pen and bistre wash on two pieces of paper, originally 10 3/4×15 (27×38); enlarged on left and below to 13 3/4×18 (35×45·5).
Purchased from Mrs Innes (Duveen Drawings Fund) 1922.
Exh: (?) N.E.A.C., summer 1910 (60), as ‘Church at Bozouls’; Tate Gallery, November 1921 (35), as ‘Bozouls near Rodez, South of France (1908).’

Another drawing of the apse of the church seen from the ravine farther round to the left belonged to Lady Pollock. See also N03468.

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

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