Head Of Stephen Granger: Full Face. Augustus John, 1878–1961 British.
Head Of Stephen Granger: Full Face
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Head Of Stephen Granger: Full Face

c1906. Etching and drypoint, signed in plate centre right, signed in pencil below image, titled “Head of Granger” and annotated in ink and pencil in various hands in lower margin, 12.8 x 11.5cm. Slight foxing to margins, old mount burn.

Annotations include “Plate no. 71.” Ref: Dodgson #15. Variant image held at the National Gallery of Art (USA), with publication date “1906.”

Former students of the London Slade School of Art, Augustus John and Stephen Granger were members of The New English Art Club, which was founded in 1886 by “former Royal Academicians, such as John Singer Sargent,…as a reaction against the restrictive and parochial attitude of the Royal Academy. The New English Art Club, which was the first of many independent exhibiting societies, contributed to the introduction of French studio practices of life drawing and modified plein-air techniques…and is still in existence.” Ref: Tate (extract from Windsor, Handbook of Modern Painting, 1900-1980).

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Item #CL202-19

Price (AUD): $1,650.00  other currencies

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