Catalogue entry

N02266 DIANA WOUNDED c. 1907

Inscr. ‘MacKennal’ on left side of base.
Marble, 58×32 1/4×24 1/2 (147·5×82×62).
Chantrey Purchase from the artist 1908.
Exh: (?) R.A., 1907 (1841), as ‘Diana Wounded’; R.A., 1908 (1974), as ‘Diana’.
Lit: Eric G. Underwood, A Short History of English Sculpture, 1933, pp.125–6, repr.pl.33.
Repr: Art Journal, 1908, p.169; Royal Academy Pictures, 1908, p.141.

A small version in bronze was exhibited at the R.A., 1906 (1648), and again in the Summer Exhibition, Second Portion, New Gallery, 1909 (195); it is reproduced in Art Journal, 1909, p.255. The exhibit at the R.A. in 1907 was probably the plaster from which was made the marble exhibited the following year.

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