Alan L. Durst

Design for figures of two angels and the Virgin and Child, north side of chancel, St Alphege’s Church, Solihull, Warwickshire

23 December 1949

In Tate Britain

Created by
Alan L. Durst 1883–1970
Title
Design for figures of two angels and the Virgin and Child, north side of chancel, St Alphege’s Church, Solihull, Warwickshire
Date
23 December 1949
Medium
Ink and graphite on paper
Dimensions
247 × 505 mm
Description
Inscribed in ink beneath the left hand figure: 'Opposite - Angel in red vestments, gold wings - holding silver censer'
Beneath the middle figure: 'Opposite - Angel in blue vestments, silver wings - holding gold Paten'
Beneath the right hand figure: 'Opposite - S. side S. Alphege (see separate drawing).'
'Alan Durst, Sc[ul]ptor 23 Dec 1949'
Format
Artwork - on paper, unique
Collection
Tate Archive
Acquisition
Presented by David Durst, 1972
Reference
TGA 729/3/89

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