- Julio González 1876–1942
- Original title
- Personnage fantastique
- Graphite, ink, watercolour and crayon on paper
- Support: 327 x 254 mm
- Presented by Mme Roberta Gonzalez-Richard, the artist's niece 1972
T01613 Personnage fantastique
(Fantastic Figure) 1937
Inscribed 'J.G. | 1937 | 31-12' b.l. (the initials and year in ink, '31-12' in pencil)
Pencil, ink, watercolour and crayon on cream paper, 12 7/8 x 10 (32.6 x 25.4)
Presented by Roberta González 1972
Exh: Espagña Libre, Rimini, Florence, Ferrara, Reggio Emilia and Venice, August 1964-May 1965 (works not numbered); 2. Internationale der Zeichnung, Mathildehöhe, Darmstadt, July-September 1967 (167, repr.); Julio González: Drawings and Sculpture, Museum of Modern Art, New York, touring exhibition, November 1968-January 1971 (27) as 'Standing Figure'
Lit: Josette Gibert, Julio González Dessins: Projets pour Sculptures: Personnages (Paris 1975), p.61 repr.
Repr: Ronald Alley, The González Gift to the Tate Gallery (London 1974), p.34
[All the drawings by Julio González given to the Tate are authenticated on the back by his daughter Roberta González and inscribed with a title and date, or approximate date. The titles are used in the catalogue entries, but the dating has been made more precise wherever possible. (Julio González's drawings are usually dated from about 1934 onwards, but the great majority of the early drawings are undated).]
Ronald Alley, Catalogue of the Tate Gallery's Collection of Modern Art other than Works by British Artists, Tate Gallery and Sotheby Parke-Bernet, London 1981, p.319, reproduced p.319