Julian Trevelyan

Leningrad

1961

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Medium
Aquatint on paper
Dimensions
Image: 492 x 394 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition
Bequeathed by Mrs Cynthia Shepley 1980
Reference
P11004

Catalogue entry

P11004 LENINGRAD 1961

Inscribed ‘Julian Trevelyan’ bottom right and ‘16/50’ and ‘Leningrad’
Aquatint, printed by John Brunsdon, published by the artist, 19 1/2×15 5/8 (49.5× 39.7)
Bequeathed by Mrs Cynthia Shepley 1980

One of a group of paintings and prints of Russian subjects made in 1961, after a visit to the Soviet Union. Trevelyan worked directly on the steel plate; after proofing by the artist this plate was editioned by the etcher, John Brunsdon, in his studio at Digswell House, Welwyn Garden City.

Published in:
The Tate Gallery 1980-82: Illustrated Catalogue of Acquisitions, London 1984