T03482 Pregnant Woman 1912
Plaster, coated with shellac 25 1/4 × 5 3/4 × 5 (642 × 146 × 122)
Inscribed ‘13’ under base in red paint
Presented by the Lipchitz Foundation 1982
Lit: Bert van Bork, Jacques Lipchitz. The Artist at Work, 1966, p.88; Lipchitz 1972, p.11 and repr.fig.6 (bronze); Stott 1975, pp.186 and 256 (2, bronze)
The artist associated this sculpture with the ‘Woman with Gazelles’ group of the same year, although it was an independent sculpture.
There is no record of a bronze cast before the reproduction in Lipchitz's autobiography. The figure's hair appears to have been remodelled at some time before its reproduction in Bert van Bork's book of 1966, but otherwise this is presumably an original plaster of 1912.
[For T03397 and T03479 to T03534 the foundry inscriptions, and reproductions of casts in other materials in the books listed below, are recorded. Abbreviations used:
Arnason 1969 H.H. Arnason, Jacques Lipchitz: Sketches in Bronze, 1969
Lipchitz 1972 Jacques Lipchitz, My Life in Sculpture, 1972
Stott 1975 Deborah A. Stott, Jacques Lipchitz and Cubism, 1975 (reprinted 1978)
Otterlo 1977 A.M. Hammacher, Lipchitz in Otterlo, Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo, 1977
Centre Pompidou 1978 Nicole Barbier, Lipchitz: oeuvres de Jacques Lipchitz (1891–1973) dans les collections du Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris, 1978
Arizona 1982 Jacques Lipchitz. Sketches and Models in the collection of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona. Introduction and catalogue by Peter Bermingham, 1982]
The Tate Gallery 1982-84: Illustrated Catalogue of Acquisitions, London 1986