- Henry Moore OM, CH 1898–1986
- Chalk and ink on paper
- Support: 559 x 241 mm
- Purchased 1950
Not on display
N05950 STANDING NUDE c. 1925
Inscr. ‘Moore’ t.r.
Pen and chalks, 22×9 1/2 (56×24).
Purchased from the Hanover Gallery (Grant-in-Aid) 1950.
Coll: (?) Arnold Haskell; R.E.A. Wilson, sold to K.J. Hewett, c. 1949; sold to Hanover Gallery 1950.
In a letter of 3 September 1957 the artist wrote that he thought the date of this drawing was 1925, though an earlier note in the Tate Gallery's files dates it 1923–4; it is similar in character to a number of drawings made in the later 1920s, e.g. T00059 (see also those repr. Read, 1944, pls. 113–15, and Read and Sylvester, I, 1957, pp.172–7).
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, II