26 June 2015
Graham Sutherland, O.M. (1903-1980)
Study for Form in Estuary
signed 'Sutherland' (lower right)
pencil, ink, black crayon, watercolour and gouache
22 x 30 in. (55.9 x 76.2 cm.)
Executed in 1968.
with Lefevre Gallery, London, 1975.
with Piccadilly Gallery, London.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 11 November 1988, lot 554.
with Fischer Fine Art, London.
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will be held at South Kensington
Exhibition catalogue, Graham Sutherland, London, Bernard Jacobson Gallery, 1993, no. 28, illustrated.
London, Bernard Jacobson Gallery, Graham Sutherland, October 1993, no. 28.
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