- Ambrose McEvoy 1878–1927
- Oil paint on canvas
- Support: 730 x 483 mm
- Purchased 1929
Not on display
N04447 EUPHEMIA 1909
Canvas, 28 3/4×19 (73×48·5).
Purchased from the artist's widow (Grant-in-Aid) 1929.
Exh: N.E.A.C., summer 1909 (36), when part of ‘The Ferry’, N04496 below; R.A., Late Members, winter 1928 (572), as painted in 1909.
Repr: National Gallery, Millbank [Tate Gallery], Review of the Acquisitions, 1927–29, 1930, p.48.
This painting was originally the right-hand portion of ‘The Ferry’, N04496; the canvas was subsequently cut in half to form two separate compositions, this portion being entitled ‘Euphemia’ after the model Euphemia Lamb (see Epstein, N03187); at this time there was a small amount of repainting. The original composition is reproduced in Studio, XLVII, 1909, p.187.
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, II