Sketches and notes of Bernard Meninsky

[c.1926–51]

collection owner: Nora Meninsky, ‘Sketches and notes of Bernard Meninsky’ [c.1926–51]

This collection features a series of sketches and artworks by Bernard Meninsky which were donated to Tate by his second wife, Nora. The majority of this collection, which features sketches of landscapes, still-life drawings, portrait and profile view sketches of male and female figures, and sketches of the female form, with annotations by the artist, is now available to view online.

Further details on this collection are available on the archive catalogue.

Collection Owner
Nora Meninsky
Collection
Tate Archive
Acquisition
Presented to Tate Archive by the Contemporary Art Society in memory of Cecily Lowenthal, 1997.
Reference
TGA 9715

204 objects in this collection

Title
Sketches and notes of Bernard Meninsky
Date
[c.1926–51]
Description
This collection features a series of sketches and artworks by Bernard Meninsky which were donated to Tate by his second wife, Nora. The majority of this collection, which features sketches of landscapes, still-life drawings, portrait and profile view sketches of male and female figures, and sketches of the female form, with annotations by the artist, is now available to view online.

Further details on this collection are available on the archive catalogue.
Reference
TGA 9715

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Bernard Meninsky Sketch of the back of a female nude

date not known

Bernard Meninsky Sketch of a standing female nude

date not known

Bernard Meninsky Sketch of the back of a female nude

date not known

Bernard Meninsky Sketches of three female nudes

date not known

Bernard Meninsky Sketch of a woman in a dress

date not known

Bernard Meninsky Sketch of two male faces

[c.1927]

Bernard Meninsky Sketch of a partially drawn child’s head

date not known

Bernard Meninsky Sketch of a standing female nude

date not known

Bernard Meninsky Sketch of a profile of a man’s head

date not known

Bernard Meninsky Sketch of a sitting female figure

[c.1933]