Mr Bennett, Sheffield, by whom purchased at the 1932 exhibition, and given to Sir Edward Wayne, circa 1935, thence by descent to the present owner.
THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN
R.H. Wilenski, The Meaning of Modern Sculpture, London, 1930, p.130, pl.5a opposite p.84.
J.P. Hodin, Barbara Hepworth, London, 1960, no.19, p.161.
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P. Curtis, Early Hepworth: New Images for Old, Burlington Magazine, CXXXVII, December 1995, p.846.
London, Arthur Tooth & Son, Barbara Hepworth and John Skeaping, October 1930, no.36.
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Liverpool, Tate Gallery, Barbara Hepworth A Retrospective, September-December 1994, no.5, p.20 (illustrated in colour): this exhibition travelled to New Haven, Yale Center for British Art (February to April 1995); and Toronto, Art Gallery of Ontario (May-August 1995).