- Created by
- Graham Sutherland OM 1903–1980
- Sketchbook 3
- Bound volume - sketchbook
- Tate Archive
- Presented by Mrs Kathleen Sutherland, the artist's widow, in 1981.
- TGA 812/3
Graphite, ink, wax crayon, and watercolour on paper, 11 pages, stubs of 20 pages, back cover mising, 217 × 140 mm
This sketchbook was started in the early part of 1940 and includes a provisional list of works for the one man exhibition at the Leicester Galleries in May that year. All but two of the drawings seem to be of Pembrokeshire themes; some were probably made in preparation for this exhibition, others during further visits to Pembrokeshire in August and September - October that year. They include sketches of the hill known as Carnllidi which later served as the basis for his painting 'Red Landscape' of 1942. They are among the last Pembrokeshire studies made before he began to devote most of his time to work as an Official War Artist.
- Collection of forty sketchbooks and fragments of sketchbooks TGA 812 (40)
- Sketchbook 3 TGA 812/3
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