Dugald Sutherland Maccoll

Wilmington Barn

1917

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Medium
Watercolour and graphite on board
Dimensions
Support: 248 x 346 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition
Presented by Geoffrey Blackwell 1919
Reference
N03522

Catalogue entry

N03522 WILMINGTON BARN 1917

Inscr. ‘DSM’ b.l. and, on back of mount, ‘D S MacColl A Barn (Wilmington Priory) 1917’.
Pencil and watercolour on cardboard, 9 3/4×13 5/8 (25×34·5).
Presented by Sir Robert Witt through the National Art-Collections Fund 1920.
Exh: (?) N.E.A.C., winter 1917–18 (214), as ‘A Barn’, or (190), as ‘Wilmington Priory’; Tate Gallery, August 1950.

The cardboard has been discoloured to a rich brown where exposed to the light. Another drawing of ‘The Barn at Wilmington’ was exhibited at the Grosvenor Galleries, winter 1923 (119). Wilmington is near Eastbourne.

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