26 June 2015
Lynn Chadwick, R.A. (1914-2003)
Sitting Couple in Robes III
signed with monogram and numbered '791S 2/9' (on the back of the female figure's cloak)
bronze with a dark brown and polished patina
15 ¾ in. (40 cm.) wide
Conceived in 1980.
Purchased by the present owner circa 1980.
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will be held at South Kensington
D. Farr and E. Chadwick, Lynn Chadwick Sculptor, Farnham, 2014, p. 342, no. 791S, another cast illustrated.
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