Artist
Dame Laura Knight (1877‑1970)
Title
The Gypsy
Date exhibited 1939
MediumOil paint on canvas
Dimensionssupport: 610 x 406 mm frame: 810 x 610 x 85 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Presented by the Trustees of the Chantrey Bequest 1939
Reference
N05330
Image credit© Tate
On loan to Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery (Plymouth, UK)
Dame Laura Knight, 'The Gypsy, exhibited 1939
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Dame Laura Knight,
'The Gypsy', exhibited 1939
Thomas Gainsborough,
'Gypsy Encampment, Sunset', c.1778-80
Paul Nash,
'Sketch for 'Lavengro and Isopel in the Dingle'', c.1911-12
Thomas Gainsborough,
'Landscape with Gipsies', c.1753-4
Augustus John OM,
'Washing Day', c.1915
Paul Nash,
'Lavengro and Isopel in the Dingle', 1912-13
Augustus John OM,
'Dorelia Standing before a Fence', c.1903-4
Sir Alfred Munnings,
'Epsom Downs - City and Suburban Day', 1919
David Bomberg,
'Vigilante', 1955
Sir Jacob Epstein,
'Nan', 1909
Sir David Wilkie,
'The Parish Beadle', 1820-1823
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Sketch of a Bank, with Gipsies', ? exhibited 1809
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'A Beech Wood with Gypsies round a Campfire', c.1799-1801
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'A Beech Wood with Gypsies Seated in the Distance', c.1799-1801
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Gipsy Camp', c.1807
British School 18th century,
'Oak Trees and Gipsies', 1796
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'The Gipsy, for Rogers's 'Poems'', c.1830-2
William Roberts,
'Study for 'The Gipsies'', c.1942
A. Neville Lewis,
'Charlie, a Little Gipsy Boy', exhibited 1923
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Sandbank and Gypsies'date not known