Josef Herman

Study for ‘South Wales’ (Notes from a Welsh Diary)

[c.1951]

In Tate Britain
Created by
Josef Herman 1911–2000
Title
Study for ‘South Wales’ (Notes from a Welsh Diary)
Date
[c.1951]
Medium
Ink on paper
Dimensions
180 x 232 mm
Description
Inscribed 'This was a study for the large painting I did in 1951 for the Arts Council Exhibition '60 Paintings'. The painting was called 'South Wales'. It was destroyed by the rain coming into the studio while I was abroad. Two fragments were saved. The right hand Miner, at present in the Port Elizabeth Museum, S.Africa and the 'Mother and Child' at present in a private coll in Canada'.
Format
Artwork - on paper, unique
Collection
Tate Archive
Acquisition
Presented to the Archive by Josef Herman, March 1983.
Reference
TGA 835/106

You might like

Explore