15 December 2010
John William Godward, R.B.A. (1861-1922)
Study of a girl's head
signed and dated 'J. W. Godward/99' (upper right)
oil on canvas
18 x 16 in. (45.7 x 40.6 cm.)
with Thomas McLean, London, 1899.
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Dated 13th September 1899 in McLean's letter with sketch to Godward, now in the Milo-Turner Collection.
Vern Swanson, John William Godward, London, 1988, p.201, no.14 (the pen and ink sketch illustrated).
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