28 November 2002
THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN
A WILLIAM AND MARY CEDAR CUPBOARD
17th Century and later
The foliage-carved bolection-moulded cornice above a pair of quadruple- fielded panelled doors enclosing a later brass hanging-rail and four pegs, with double-panelled sides, on later bun feet below a later moulding, remade
76 in. (193 cm.) high; 38 in. (96.5 cm.) wide; 20½ in. (52 cm.) deep
Bought from Mallet in 1946 for £350.
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London, National Portrait Gallery, Pepys Exhibition, 1970.
Offered to benefit a new scholarship initiative from Bennington College, this work distils the unique form of abstraction for which the artist would become famous
Ahead of the sale of portraits of four different muses, we focus on the women the artist came to depend on so passionately