Sir William Rothenstein Arthur Clutton-Brock 1919

Artwork details

Artist
Title
Arthur Clutton-Brock
Date 1919
Medium Chalk on paper
Dimensions Support: 343 x 229 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Presented by the artist's friends 1924
Reference
N03887
Not on display

Catalogue entry

N03887 ARTHUR CLUTTON-BROCK 1919

Inscr. ‘W.R. 1919’ b.r.
Red, black and white chalk on pink paper, 13 1/2×9 (34×23).
Presented by friends of the artist 1924.
Exh: Alpine Club Gallery, February 1921 (58).
Lit: John Rothenstein, The Portrait Drawings of William Rothenstein, 1926, p.56.
Repr: William Rothenstein, Twenty-Four Portraits, First Series, 1920 (unnumbered).

Arthur Clutton-Brock (1868–1924), essayist and critic, is best known for his life of William Morris, 1914. He was art critic to The Times 1908–24, and wrote also on religion and a variety of other subjects. Two earlier drawings, one of them dated 1916, are listed in Portrait Drawings, pp.40 and 56.

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

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