- Oil paint on canvas
- Support: 445 x 279 mm
frame: 539 x 371 x 55 mm
- Presented by the Contemporary Art Society 1917
N03173 NUDE GIRL
Canvas, 17 1/2×11 (44·5×28).
Presented by the Contemporary Art Society 1917.
Coll: An anonymous member of the C.A.S. Committee who presented it to the Society in 1911.
Exh: C.A.S., Loan Exhibition, Manchester, winter 1911 (225); C.A.S., First Public Exhibition in London, Goupil Gallery, April 1913 (66); C.A.S., Purchases and Gifts, 53 Grosvenor Street, June 1914 (9); C.A.S., Modern Paintings, Belfast, November 1914 (7); Matthiesen Gallery, September–October 1946 (40); Arts Council, Ethel Walker, Frances Hodgkins, Gwen John, Tate Gallery, May–June 1952 (103).
Repr: Burlington Magazine, LXXXI, 1942, p.239, pl.2a; The Listener, 10 October 1946, p.484.
Fenella Lovell, who used to pose for Gwen John in Paris, was probably the model for this and for another picture, showing her in the same pose but wearing a white dress; this was purchased by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 1958 (repr. Painting and Sculpture Acquisitions, 1958, p.6).
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, I
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