Catalogue entry

T00241 HALF-FIGURE 1932

Not inscribed.
Armenian marble, 27×15×11 (68·5×38×28).
Bequeathed by E. C. Gregory 1959.
Coll: E. C. Gregory, purchased from the artist through the Leicester Galleries 1933.
Exh: Leicester Galleries, November 1933 (12), as ‘Woman’; Temple Newsam, Leeds, July–August 1941 (12); New York, Chicago and San Francisco, 1946–7 (20, repr. p.25); British Council tour, Australia, 1947–8 (3); Wakefield and Manchester, April–July 1949 (24); British Council, Brussels, Paris (repr.), Amsterdam (repr.), Hamburg (repr.), Düsseldorf (repr.) and Berne (repr.), 1949–50 (18); C.A.S., Seventeen Collectors, Tate Gallery, March–April 1952 (81); (?) British Council tour, Germany, 1953–4 (2), as 84 cm. high; Twentieth Century Paintings and Sculptures, I.C.A., June–July 1955 (21).
Lit: Read and Sylvester, I, 1957, p.8, No.117, repr. p.68; Grohmann, 1960, p.29, repr. pl.12.
Repr: Read, 1934, pls.25–6; Sweeney, 1946, p.25; Tate Gallery Report 1959–60, 1960.

Cf. N06078 with the more abstract carvings of the same period, T00240 and T00385.

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