Nothing is known of this work but it may well have been part of a decorative scheme depicting the four seasons. It is in Grant’s most fluent, painterly manner and can be dated to circa 1928-30. It bears a strong resemblance to the decorations he carried out, with Vanessa Bell, for Lady Dorothy Wellesley at her house Penns in the Rocks, East Sussex.
Presumably this work is Figure with Basket of Flowers (49 x 24 in.), listed in Vanessa Bell’s 1951 inventory of paintings at Charleston.