London, South Kensington
13 September 2009
JOHN MINTON (BRITISH, 1917-1957)
lithograph in colours, 1948, on wove paper, signed and numbered 14/50 in pencil, overall with fading and acidification to the sheet, unexamined out of the frame
L. 350 x 475 mm.
with The Redfern Gallery, 9 December 1948, from where purchased by Robert Harling.
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London, The Redfern Gallery, Original colour-prints by the Society of London Painter-Printers, 30 November - 31 December 1948, no. 31.
The present lithograph is a printed variation on Minton's painting Rotherhithe from Wapping of 1946, in the Collection of the Southampton Art Gallery.
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