Philip Wilson SteerChepstow Castle 1905

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Artist
Philip Wilson Steer (1860‑1942)
Title
Chepstow Castle
Date 1905
MediumOil paint on canvas
Dimensionssupport: 765 x 918 mm frame: 985 x 1135 x 115 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Presented by Miss Mary Hoadley Dodge 1909
Reference
N02473
Not on display

Catalogue entry

N02473 CHEPSTOW CASTLE 1905

Inscr. ‘P W Steer 1905’ b.l.
Canvas, 30 1/8×36 1/8 (76·5×91·5).
Presented by Miss Mary Hoadley Dodge 1909.
Exh: N.E.A.C., summer 1909 (25); Tate Gallery, April–July 1929 (183); National Gallery, June–August 1943 (61); Tate Gallery, November–December 1960 (48, repr. pl.13).
Lit: MacColl in Artwork, No.17, 1929, p.16; MacColl, 1945, pp.51, 206, repr. pl.30b.
Repr: Ironside, 1943, pl.46.

MacColl records that it was J. S. Sargent who prompted his compatriot Miss Dodge to present the painting, the first by Steer to enter the collection. The view should be compared with that chosen by J. M. W. Turner in his Liber Studiorum (repr. MacColl, 1945, pl.30a), which Steer always carried with him on his excursions… (read more)

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