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Acquired by Margaret Gardiner direct from the sculptor, and by descent.
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF MARGARET GARDINER, O.B.E.
W. Gibson, Barbara Hepworth, London, 1946, p. 6, pl. 21.
H. Read, Barbara Hepworth, Carvings and Drawings, London, 1952, pl. 33b.
J.P. Hodin, Barbara Hepworth, London, 1961, pp. 19, 163, no. 57, illustrated.
C. Harrison, English Art and Modernism 1900-1939, New Haven, 1994, p. 267.
S. Festing, Barbara Hepworth: A Life in Forms, London, 1995, pl. 2.
Exhibition catalogue, A Retrospective, Liverpool, Tate Gallery, 1994, pp. 43, 47, 50, illustrated.
D. Thistlewood (ed.), Barbara Hepworth Reconsidered, Liverpool, 1996, pp. 48, 65, 166, pl. 9.
Exhibition catalogue, Barbara Hepworth, Valencia, Institut Valencia d'Art Modern, 2004, p. 36, illustrated.
A. Wagner, Mother Stone: The Vitality of Modern British Sculpture, Yale, 2006, p. 164, pl. 138.
Probably, London, Chesterfield House, 34 Gallery, April - May 1934, no. 28, as 'Whitehills'.
London, Tate Gallery, Barbara Hepworth, April - May 1968, no. 21.
Liverpool, Tate Gallery, A Retrospective, September - December 1994, no. 16: this exhibition travelled to New Haven, Yale Centre for British Art, February - April 1995; Toronto, Art Gallery of Ontario, May - August 1995.
Chichester, Pallant House Gallery, The Model Modern Art Gallery: Modern British Art in Miniature, August - October 1997, no. 28, as 'Whitehills'.