7 October 2016
Gillian Carnegie (b. 1971)
signed and dated ‘Gillian Carnegie 2005’ (on the reverse); signed, titled and dated ‘Gillian Carnegie ‘Blue’ 2005’ (on the stretcher)
oil on board
9 x 13 1/8in. (23 x 33.3cm.)
Painted in 2005
Cabinet Gallery, London.
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2005.
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A. Renton (ed.), Cranford Collection, vol. 02, Guernsey 2009, p. 139 (illustrated in
colour, p. 102).
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